I was excited to learn about the upcoming bond issue and mill levy override to build new facilities for K-12 students. This is a great economical, cost-effective, economy-of-scale way to approach all the remodels, upgrades and new facilities needed here.
Before us in November is a ballot question asking us to approve a $92 million bond for a plan that includes constructing a new high school on a site three miles west of downtown. We are part of a pro-education group of parents, coaches, former teachers, former school board members and business owners who believe this is the wrong plan for our schools and our town.
It’s been more than seven weeks since Steamboat Pilot & Today reporter Matt Stensland filed a Colorado Open Records Act request for Reports 3 to 5 from the city of Steamboat Springs’ investigation into allegations of police department misconduct.
We need a new elementary school. Anyone disputing the need for more capacity within our district should tally the current enrollment numbers and then look at the projected growth.
Thanks to all who supported the free community cookout at the Routt County Courthouse to learn more about the programs that Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide provides to the greater Yampa Valley area. The music by Christensen and Friends was entertaining, the barbecue from the Excel Energy Power Smokers was mouth-watering and desserts from the Drunken Onion and Freshies topped it off.
At the end of September, we’ll say goodbye to Peter Perhac, vice president of Colorado Mountain College Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs. Earlier this month, Perhac, who has led the campus for the past seven years, announced he would be leaving his post and returning to his home in Las Vegas.
After reading Gary Kalow’s response, “Rob is right but wrong,” to Rob Douglas’ letter to the editor in Steamboat Today Aug. 25, I must agree that he is right. However, he is also wrong.
The community service officers who had the task of directing traffic during the four days of the USA Pro Challenge would like to thank the community and visitors for their patience and cooperation with the street closures and detours.
As I help my eldest color a picture, watch my middle child on the monitor during nap time and watch my baby master pre-crawling, I can’t help but think about the kids.
Whether or not we want to invest in our public schools is one of the most significant questions voters will be asked to answer this fall. To date, the public discussion has focused on the figures and their impact on taxpayers, but the bottom line should be about how this project will impact our children.
The Hayden Town Council took a bold step when it voted at its Aug. 5 meeting to allow licensed, commercial marijuana-growing operations to operate within the city limits. Now, that decision is being challenged by an unnamed resident who is seeking to override the ordinance passed by the council through a recall petition.
I agree with your concern about the value of the USA Pro Challenge biking races. I was excited to have them come to Steamboat again.
I agree with Rob in that Donald Trump would be a terrible GOP candidate for president. That said, for the Republican Party to exclude him from the field of candidates would be doing what liberal Democrats have been doing for years.
After 98 miles and some deceptively taxing hill climbs, the difference between first and 15th place in the opening circuit race of the 2015 USA Pro Challenge bicycle race here Aug. 17 could be measured in a handful of seconds. We think it’s time for the community of Steamboat Springs to scrutinize the measurable results — or “measurables,”
As I read Thursday’s Steamboat Today’s letter to the editor, “Statement needs proof,” written by Dave Peregoy in response to Jim Erickson’s previous letter, I had to reflect back on the original letter of Aug. 13.