October 11, 2007
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I feel I continue to have the energy and passion for continuing the process, supporting our staff, parents and community in educating our students and am able to continue to volunteer to do that.
The two candidates in Steamboat Springs’ only contested school board race have different opinions about Proposition 103, a tax initiative that would raise an estimated $2.9 billion for Colorado’s public schools over five years.
Several other residents picked up candidate packets Monday from the Steamboat Springs School District office. The deadline to apply is Friday.
Robin Crossan 1 of 34 plaintiffs in Taxpayers Bill of Right case
Steamboat Springs School Board President Robin Crossan is one of 34 plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, or TABOR. Crossan is identified as a member of the School Board in the lawsuit filed May 23 that seeks to void TABOR, which requires voter approval for tax increases.
Developers say they will split cost of $30M schools project
Steamboat Springs School District Superintendent Shalee Cunningham said attorneys for the district and Steamboat 700 developers were drafting the agreement to split the cost of a school that would be needed as a result of the proposed development seeking annexation into western Steamboat Springs.
The two candidates for the Steamboat Springs School Board's District 4 seat put their passion for education to work long before seeking election.