October 28, 2010
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No historic preservation project is the same, just as no person is the same. Each project carries with it a sense of something honorable, something precious, and each project connects us with stories and experiences that bind us together.
We all have our own reasons for calling Routt County home. As different as these reasons may be, I bet we all agree that we are lucky to live in paradise. But what is it exactly that makes this place so special, how did it get this way and who is responsible for keeping it this way?
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.