City aims to refinance town hall loan

  The city of Ouray will hire an attorney to help the city save money on the loan it took out two years ago to pay off the expansion and renovation of the Hot Springs Pool. City councilors voted 4-1 Monday to hire Avon-based firm Garfield & Hecht to represent them in their efforts to refinance the two-year-old loan. Attorneys with the firm will be paid up to $25,000, plus an additional $1,000…

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