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CITY CELEBRATES HISTORIC PRESERVATION MONTH
STEAMBOAT SRINGSMay is Colorado's Historic Preservation Month and the city of Steamboat Springs is doing its best to get into the spirit. A banner will be hung across Lincoln Ave. and numerous events will mark the month.
Historic Routt County will be honoring local buildings placed on historic registers on May 18 at the Mesa Schoolhouse from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
The Historic Preservation Advisory Commission will be offering a bike tour of historic properties downtown, though the group does not yet know the date(s) of the tour.
The city is also helping fund a restoration project for barns and sheds at the hay meadow on the Legacy Ranch. It will be completed by Leadership Steamboat on May 11, 12, and 19.
The events are supported by a grant from the State Historical Fund.

HAYDEN RESIDENT TO RECEIVE NEW 24-HOUR RECYCLIING AREA
HAYDENWaste Management is planning on setting up a 24-hour recycling drop-off area in Hayden on a trial basis.
The company plans on putting a container that is 22 feet long, 8 feet wide and 7 feet tall outside the Hayden Mercantile.
The setting up of a 24-hour drop-off bin in Hayden is a first for Waste Management, said Ken Bohney, a company representative.
"If the community takes to this, it will be a better way to recycle," Bohney said. "This will be a pilot operation."
Prior to the 24-hour drop-off center, Waste Management set up a satellite recycling center twice a month from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

CMC STUDENTS TO CAST BALLOTS FOR ADVISOR OF THE YEAR AWARD
For academic and club advisors at Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus that are feeling under appreciated, student government feels your pain.
On April 23 and April 24 the CMC student body will vote for the Advisor of the Year Award from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the cafeteria during lunch, and from 1 to 4 p.m. inside the entrance of Bristol Hall. Of the 10 advisors nominated for the award, only one will become Advisor of the Year.
Nominees for Advisor of the Year Award are as follows: Dan Schaffrick of the Student Government Association, Phi Theta Kappa; Pam Burwell of the International Club, Students for a Free Tibet; Chuck Hull of the International Club, Golf/Tennis Club; Bill Sawer of the Soccer Club; Steve Craig of Phi Theta Kappa, Broomball; Sandy Fortier of the Residence Hall Association, Powder Club, Mountain Bike Club; Tony Skusevich of the Volleyball Club; Bob Baker of the Climbing Club; Jimmy Westlake of the Sky Club; John Saunders of the Kayak Club; Gillian Pierce of the Student Activities Council and Powder Club.

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