August 1, 2006
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Officials say commitment to maintaining history remains
Towny Anderson, executive director of Historic Routt County, left to become Colorado Mountain College’s director of historic preservation based at the Leadville campus. And the city of Steamboat Springs recently eliminated the historic preservation coordinator position as part of $700,000 in personnel cuts for the 2011 budget.
Mainstreet Steamboat Springs announced today that Towny Anderson has been chosen as the 2010 Governor’s Award recipient of the Downtowner of the Year Award. He'll receive it at Downtown Colorado Inc.’s annual conference this week.
Our fledgling inclusionary zoning ordinance, as it will be applied to our ski base area, has brought disagreements within our community into sharper focus. Ironically, I see this as a remarkable opportunity to find common ground and bring our community together to define our future.