Highway surface treatment set for US 160, Cortez to Mancos Hill —

The Colorado Department of Transportation and contractor United Companies from Grand Junction, CO will begin a project on Wednesday, May 29 following the Memorial Day holiday (not May 20 as previously announced). to provide maintenance surface treatments to US Highway 160 east of Cortez and to a short section of CO Highway 145. The project will enhance safety for the traveling public, providing a smoother surface for vehicles and a newly striped highway offering better visibility for drivers. These improvements are part of CDOT’s statewide initiate for Whole System. Whole Safety.   

Specifically, the work zone will stretch for approximately 22 miles on US 160 between mile point 40, near the junction with CO 145, and MP 61.85, at the top of Mancos Hill, the Montezuma/La Plata county line. This will include the ramps and bridge deck on the Mesa Verde interchange and the section through the town of Mancos. The work zone on CO 145 begins at MP 0, at the US 160 junction, and extends north to MP 1.34, to the end of the highway’s curb/gutter section.

— Read on www.codot.gov/news/2019/may/highway-surface-treatment-set-for-us-160-cortez-to-mancos-hill

I suggest detouring to Dolores in the meantime.

One-on-one meetings are underrated, whereas group meetings waste time | Smash Company

The lazy and undisciplined manager can improve their style of management by thinking hard about who they really need to talk to about a particular subject. They can then pursue one-on-one meetings with those people. The lazy and undisciplined manager finds it easier to simply order everyone to show up, and then they figure out who they actually need to hear from while the meeting is going on. This is efficient for the manager, but inefficient for everyone else, and therefore inefficient for the firm.
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