Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, May 21 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, May 21

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• As they look back at all of the proposals that were passed over that ranged from the revitaliztion of Yampa Street to the expansion of recreational facilities at Howelsen Hill, some council members are more willing than others to sign off on the lodging tax committee’s recommendation. After rigorous vetting process, Steamboat Springs City Council prepares to decide fate of lodging tax

• Routt County Environmental Health Director Mike Zopf said he would make a 2013 budget request that the county seek a cost-share with the city of Steamboat Springs for an ozone monitoring program. The program is estimated to cost $175,000 for three years. Shell’s preliminary ozone monitoring near Hayden detects no violation of federal standards

• The medical house call is making a resurgence in South Routt County. South Routt Medical Center starts new house call program

• Things will change drastically by midweek. After a forecast high in the mid-60s Monday, the daily high should rise to 75 degrees under mostly sunny skies Tuesday and touch 80 degrees Wednesday. Winter weather advisory issued for mountains surrounding Steamboat

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