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Steamboat 700 gives campaign $75K

Let’s Vote committee opposing annexation raises $11K

Campaign finance reports

Let’s Vote

Reporting period: Dec. 10, 2009 – Feb. 11, 2010

Monetary contributions

Carol H. Atha, $200; Hill Blackett, $500; Joan Borden, $50; Ken Brenner, $100; Pam Brenner, $100; Richard Buccino, $10; Omar Campbell, $50; Sean Colgan, $100; Cindy Constantine, $83.34; Kevin Daly, $250; Garrettson Dulin Jr., $100; D.J. Edwards, $150; Elk River Gunsmithing Inc., $250; Bob Enever, $1,000; James Ficke, $50; William Forbes, $133.34; Marlow and Rochelle Good, $40; Matt Good, $60; Julie Green, $250; Kent Holt, $1,500; Rebecca Lamb, $50; Henry Laughlin III, $250; Betty Leipold, $100; Bill Moser, $1,416.65; George Ojdrovich, $50; Lyman Orton, $1,000; John Pietig, $50; Sue Rife, $25; Stuart Roberts, $2,000; Rick Russo, $50; Blake Sander, $20; Ron Smith, $100; Ken Solomon, $200; Paul Stettner, $150; James Turner, $50; Kirk Wolff, $100; Jim Zulevich, $50

Total: $10,638.33

Non-monetary contributions

Bill Moser, $52, blank checks; Tim Rowse, $721.97, yard signs and bumper stickers

Total: $773.97

Expenditures

$254.47, postage, USPS; $1,028.47, printing, Northwest Graphics; $5,592*, ads, Steamboat Pilot & Today; $817.50, Web & data development, Lisa Sculthorpe; $465, legal fees, Paul Sachs; $21.66, cell phone, Wal-Mart

Total: $8,179.10

Good For Steamboat

Reporting period: Dec. 24, 2009 – Feb. 11, 2010

Monetary contributions

Bryan Ayer, $20; Marion Ayer, $20; Katherine Kolbe, $50; Scott Lewer, $20; Steamboat 700 LLC, $100; Steamboat 700 LLC, $5,000

Total: $5,210

Non-monetary contributions

(All non-monetary contributions are from Steamboat 700 LLC)

$152.42*, Bagel Works; $136.54, Safeway; $1,500, consulting, Kinghorn Productions; $4,400, Web consulting, Wireboard; $2,325, video consulting, Altera Group; $7,426.96, consulting, Curtis Church; $4,224.30, consulting, Tarsha Ebbern; $5,746.50, office, overhead costs; $18,658.86, consulting, direct mail, Kenney Group; $174.96, Backcountry Provisions; $1,168.51, printing, copies, PostNet; $4,704.20, ads, Steamboat Pilot & Today; $145.09, Steamboat Discount Liquors; $427.99, City Market; $243.63, Central Park Liquor; $231.38, Winona’s; $353.53, Egg & I; $44.93, yard sign materials, Ace at the Curve; $125, yard sign materials, Butcher Ranch; $4,081.07 , Campaign Products of the Rockies; $201.88, Tequila’s; $497.54, Gondola Pub & Grill; $1,890, ads, NRC Broadcasting; $51.24, Ski Haus Liquors; $10,000, consulting, CWJ Inc.; $568.75, graphic design, Lombardi Design; $25.97, office supplies, Staples; $314, ads, Steamboat Local

Total: $69,820.25

(Good For Steamboat reported expenditures totaling $69,850.25, but its itemized list added up to the above total.)

Expenditures

$110, total monetary contributions returned to four donors

  • Indicates the total cost of multiple purchases or payments.

Source: Campaign finance reports filed with Steamboat Springs City Clerk Julie Franklin