As the human resources director at Casey’s Pond Senior Living, I felt it was important to communicate a perspective on how the city’s recent decision about parking on Owl Hoot Trail will affect our employees, residents, guests and daily operations.
The Steamboat Springs City Council recently reviewed its rules for public comments at meetings and decided to stick with its policy of limiting citizens’ input to three minutes at the podium on a given subject. Council members also will continue the practice of listening to the comments but not engaging in a public debate about the stated concerns.
If you weren’t in Decker Park in Oak Creek on Sept. 20, you may very well wish you had been. Locals and out-of-towners alike were entertained by some great music, art, exhibits and games.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the entire community of Steamboat Springs and Routt County for being so welcoming and helpful over the last three years.
We believe the city of Steamboat Springs and Routt County were justified this month in restructuring the rules for expanding the city’s urban growth boundary. For many years, that boundary has prevented urban sprawl from taking place in the open spaces immediately surrounding the city.
In March 2013 our son Matt Dudley was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. He immediately started writing on www.caringbridge.com and a caring community was formed.
America has an employment problem. Yes, we also have an unemployment problem. But this is different.
Last week, the Steamboat Today reported on the Routt County commissioners' hesitation to invest in the community solar garden that is being constructed in Craig, and that response by the commission left us a little mystified.
Last spring, Mountain Montessori Charter School was established. Still in its toddler stages, it soon will grow into a full-blown working plan, and like our children, it will need your community and individual support to continue in its growth.
We urged the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association Board on July 5 to move swiftly in finding a successor to outgoing Chamber CEO Tom Kern, and that’s just what Chamber President Kerry Shea and his search committee accomplished with the Sept. 12 hiring of Jim Clark.
Environmental issues have been front and center in Colorado this year. No wonder: The state’s natural beauty is perhaps its greatest treasure.
In the article entitled “Winter air service plan program approved” in Wednesday’s Steamboat Today, readers should take note that Mr. Porter, LMD chairman, exclusively uses the term “seats” when referring to the rosy colored picture of the program.
I still think the most logical place for a new police station is the Iron Horse Inn.
I thought the opinion of the Steamboat Today that gave advice to Oak Creek was cavalier. Does any of your staff live in Oak Creek? When stating that “we urge, we think,” who actually is the we?
I think it would be helpful to explain to the town why you should drive all the way up to the merge point in construction zones.