Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Sept. 3 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Tuesday, Sept. 3

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• The city of Steamboat Springs doesn’t use any kind words to describe the state of the highway medians that greet motorists on the south end the city. City to improve highway medians at south entrance of Steamboat Springs

• The budget would return some city employees to a 40-hour workweek and give several employees market-rate pay raises for the first time in years. Steamboat Springs City Council to start 2014 budget talks Tuesday

• The High Holy Days starts this week with Rosh Hashanah, which begins at the new moon Wednesday, and continues through Yom Kippur on Sept. 14. Steamboat’s Jewish community Har Mishpacha to celebrate High Holy Days

• Every year, the Leckenby and Larson Awards Committee associated with the Tread of Pioneers Museum looks for nominees for the Leckenby Pioneer Award and the Stanley L. Larson Award. The two awards honor people who have enriched the quality of life in Routt County. Tread of Pioneers Museum seeks nominees for 2013 Leckenby, Larson awards

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