"I am glad we have hardworking animal control officers who I think are doing a fantastic job." — Tinker Tiffany
"I argue that Steamboat Springs would not be the community it currently is without the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club and Howelsen Hill." — Susan Watson
"Before the vote on July 19, I urge council to take a close look at the animal control payroll, job duties and number of actual dangerous dog-human or dog-dog incidences." — Molly Waters
"Welcome to the world of folks who think that there is no safety in gun-free zones, and 'good guys with guns will stop ...' You have got to be kidding." — Ken Collins
"I will neither be voting for extending our president’s contract nor for additional compensation beyond what the faculty and staff is receiving." — Mary Ann Denomy
"The United States of America is the greatest country in the world because it was built on this concept. The United States has never waited on change." — Murphy Roberts
Of all the gifts Charlie has given me, this realization is my favorite — joy as the very condition of existence. I look back on his birth, and I should have celebrated the gift of his life and the joy it would bring me. I didn’t know that then, but I do now.
Five of our council members have blatantly shown us their priorities, which appear to be “grab what you can, line your pockets and the hardworking employees and volunteers of the city and the constituents can “eat cake!” — Michael Turner
"Why do we need large-capacity magazines in rapid-fire weapons like the AR-15?" — Brodie Farquhar
"Now you know what to do if you ever cross paths with a mountain lion and how to prevent trouble." — Soda Creek Elementary School first and fourth grades
"If pot is to be the designated whipping boy (again), let’s not pretend it’s because of pot overdoses." — Robert B. Stevenson
Gun violence can happen to anyone. That is why I will be participating in the Wear Orange campaign.
"In a community that focuses on sports involvement, important as well, we wish to acknowledge one teacher who has shaped the landscape of music education for our youth in Steamboat Springs for approximately 11 years — James Knapp." — Bill and Kathy Cox
"How we love Steamboat! We’ve lived here for 40 years, and people never cease to amaze us." — Sheri and Ben Steiner
"It takes a village to raise a child and having access to full-day kindergarten gives all children a chance to start school ready for lifelong success." — First Impressions Council