Intrawest CEO Bill Jensen replaced by Thomas Marano.
The change could be useful for some long term-downtown parkers especially when the city rolls out new license plate reading technology to improve parking enforcement or if parking meters are installed downtown.
The three-bedroom, three-bath 5,126-square-foot owners home has three fireplaces and includes a bell tower. Other residences on the property are a 4,000-square-foot, two-story log home designed for a ranch manager, two additional staff houses and three guest cabins.
Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties announced that Michael Taylor joined as the director of business development for offices serving Steamboat Springs and Vail.
Cynthia Pougiales' quest to park her new Greek food wagon at the base of Mount Werner has been so difficult in recent weeks, she and her friends have pondered the idea of instead having two donkeys pull the wagon around to make mobile sales.
Local entrepreneur Drew Koehler is hoping to tap into the state's lucrative recreational marijuana industry with his new vaporizer rental business. Koehler's sales pitch is that vaporizers are healthier to use than smoking marijuana. They also are more discreet.
Susan and Joshua Boles are hoping Routt County's active running community will be drawn to their new store, Twisted Trail Running Company, which they hope to open in Steamboat Springs later this month.
The parent company of Steamboat Ski Area announced Monday that its sales of season passes and frequency products for the upcoming ski season were up about 14 percent in volume and 20 percent in sales dollars through Nov. 2 compared to last year.
Real estate transactions
Events were busier. Sales tax collections reached historic levels. But there's still one big summer data point that still isn't going the direction city officials and the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association want it to.
Trent Jones said his Mountain Pine Manufacturing, which employs five people, has the potential to triple its sales next year, which could lead to him hiring 10 to 15 additional employees.
“Standing Tall: What do You Stand For?” is an inspirational, interactive morning workshop that will show participants the common sense principles of the old West.
The defeat of the tax measure sends downtown business leaders back to the drawing board to try and figure out how to secure more revenue for upkeep and improvements in a downtown area that just two years ago was scrambling to find money to save flower baskets on Lincoln Avenue. It also casts doubt on whether the Steamboat Springs City Council will continue to consider a proposal from the city to use tax increment financing under an urban renewal authority to fund things like sidewalks and pedestrian lighting downtown.
Sometime after 7 p.m. Tuesday, everyone will learn whether commercial property owners in the downtown BID will pay an extra property tax worth four mills that could be spent on things like wayfinding signage, trash and recycling collection and parking management.
On Friday evening, Yampa Valley Medical Center will be honored as the Business of the Year during the 2014 Navigator Awards ceremony at the Strings Music Pavilion.