December 19, 2013
The Steamboat Springs City Council deliberates during a meeting.
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By adding a monthly work session on specific topics ranging from bus routes to downtown parking, the council is hoping to arrive at more informed decisions.
All four seats are now contested, and six candidates are vying for district 1.
If a severance agreement advances and Hinsvark exits, it would be the third time since 2008 that the city's top employee has left amid a rocky relationship with some members of the Steamboat Springs City Council.
Council President Pro-Tem Scott Myller and councilman Kenny Reisman are term limited and can't run for another four years on the dais.
The results of Steamboat's first community survey in a decade reveal the community's opinion of a wide range of city services and policies.
From bus service cuts to a new police station, take a look back at the Steamboat City Council's biggest decisions of 2014
The council's approval of significant cuts to the city's bus system could be remembered as its most impactful decision of 2014.
It will be the first time in recent years the council has turned to a facilitator for help with such planning.