Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, March 11 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, March 11

Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services Executive Director is settling into her first year guiding her staff and adjusting for the future. Bollinger embraces 1st year and future challenges with NW BOCES

• The Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services will split its lone special education director role into two separate positions next school year to help facilitate the cooperative’s large geographical area. NW BOCES to split special ed director into 2 positions next year

• Routt County attorney John Merrill had recommended that the commissioners file a civil suit against Bill Terrill's business as a means of motivating him to bring his operations into compliance. Permit research in works for remote Routt County ranch with two-story outhouse

• While the first half of the retreat focused more on relationship building and procedural issues, such as whether it was appropriate for council members to eat at meetings or glance at their cell phones, Tuesday’s session is expected to focus more on setting the priorities of the council. Steamboat Springs City Council to set goals at retreat on Tuesday

• The National Weather Service was forecasting highs in the upper 30s during most of this work week before the high 40s return under sunny skies Friday through Sunday. Fresh snow in Steamboat’s forecast

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• Collections in the mountain district were up 20 percent, or $132,000, in January 2014 compared to January 2013. Steamboat Springs’ mountain area saw largest sales tax gains in January

• The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cross-country skiers wrapped up Junior Nationals during the weekend while the freestyle team looks toward its championships in April. SSWSC cross-country team wraps up Junior Nationals in Vermont

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