via The Colorado Sun, dated September 26, 2019:
“An oh-by-the-way comment dropped into a recent Club 20 address by Gov. Jared Polis may—or may not — signal a significant economic development win for the Western Slope city of Grand Junction that has been wooing the aerospace industry.
Polis was speaking to the Western Slope coalition of counties at their annual fall meeting Saturday when he lauded the “recession-proof jobs” the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s new headquarters will bring to Grand Junction. Then, he mentioned that he has been working with aerospace giant Lockheed Martin to bring in more recession-proof jobs.
‘We hope to have announcements on that soon,’ he said before moving on to another topic.”
We are at the edge of our seats, same as you, waiting to learn more. In the meantime, here’s the rest of The Colorado Sun article.