Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, April 15

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• Cities including Steamboat see these URAs as an important tool to restore run-down or "blighted" areas, while some counties see them as an abused tool that has diverted millions of dollars' worth of property taxes away from counties, school districts and other entities. Bill would give Colorado counties more say in how cities form urban renewal authorities

• By mid-June, the commercial real estate at Pine Grove Road and Mid Valley Drive will be empty and in need of a tenant. What could go where Staples is leaving?

• The recorded high temperatures in Steamboat last week included: April 8, 59 degrees; April 9, 63 degrees; April 10, 57 degrees; April 11, 65 degrees and April 12, 63. Steamboat's flirtation with springlike weather comes to a frigid halt

• Heritage Christian School first- through sixth-graders are putting on a Western-themed play titled "Jonah's Druthers," which will be performed at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Heritage Christian students set to perform semi-annual musical

• The Steamboat Springs School Board listened to a presentation Monday night on strategic planning and how it could possibly affect the district's future. It also unanimously adopted its strategic anchors after a months-long discussion. Steamboat Springs School Board hears presentation on strategic planning

• Registration is open for the Oak Creek Summer Day Camp, which runs from June 2 to Aug. 15. Registration open for Oak Creek summer camp

• The deadline for early registration for the Y.E.S. Golf Tournament is quickly approaching. Y.E.S Golf Tournament offers early registration break, chance to help local students

• High Altitude club basketball in Steamboat partnered with the local recreation league to put on the city's first fifth- and sixth-grade basketball club tournament during the weekend. The program also is exploring girls AAU basketball. Steamboat AAU, rec program partner for inaugural tournament

Jimmy Westlake: A late Easter this year

Steamboat briefs: Earth Day Film Festival at library starts Tuesday

The Record for Sunday, April 13, 2014

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