August 9, 2011
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Come Aug. 6, Walter Magill, Kenny Reisman and Kevin Kaminski said they will start circulating petitions for their current seats along with any other residents who want a chance to serve the city.
The co-owner of B&K Distributing returns to the City Council to serve a two-year term with 60 percent of the vote.
I am not a politician. I am a businessman, and more important, I am a citizen of Steamboat Springs, just like you.
New council will decide whether to impose a fee, ban or something else
When the Steamboat Springs City Council considers action to impose a fee or even a ban on disposable shopping bags as early as next summer, some of its existing members won’t be making that decision. In Steamboat, eight candidates are vying for four seats in the November election, three of them contested.
D and C Medical Marijuana and Therapeutic Massage co-owner Daryl Levin will seek the two-year, at-large seat. The Old Town resident will oppose residents John Fielding and Kevin Kaminski.
The co-owner of B&K Distributing previously served on the council in 2005 and 2006. He'll run for the at-large seat and likely will face Rich Levy or John Fielding.