BLM relocation means no new buildings or flights

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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo — As more details of the Bureau of Land Management’s relocation of it’s headquarters to Grand Junction unfold, we begin to see the true impact this will have on the Western Slope.

Grand Junction city officials say the BLM will use vacant commercial buildings for it’s office space rather than build a new building.

A spokesperson with the Grand Junction Regional Airport adds their are currently no plans to add a flight to D.C., something which was originally believed to be a requirement for the move.

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