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Steamboat Springs School Dis­trict Superintendent Shalee Cunningham (front) and South Routt School District Superintendent Scott Mader listen to questions during a forum about Proposition 101 and Amendments 60 and 61, which could impact local school districts if passes by Colorado voters this November.

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Analysis shows tax measures’ effects on Steamboat, schools

Routt County Manager Tom Sullivan, Steamboat Springs City Manager Jon Roberts, Steamboat Springs School Dis­trict Superintendent Shalee Cun­­ning­­ham and South Routt School District Super­­intendent Scott Mader all said their entities would lose revenue if three ballot measures are approved.

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