Do you think the state Legislature should increase funding to the Colorado Tourism Office? It’s currently funded at about $15 million annually, according to Director Al White.

Yes 128 votes

37.76%

No 211 votes

62.24%

339 total votes

Comments

steamboatsprings 2 years, 5 months ago

A no vote is a short sighted response from a town that rely's on tourism to keep it's people employed, city funded and the amenities we enjoy.

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kathy foos 2 years, 5 months ago

Now if the employers will hire locals before bringing in out of town workers,as the Visa Guest Worker Program is supposed to be for "extra needed workers",maybe the quality of life will get better for the locals?With such a high county unemployment rate for so long,this Visa worker situation has got to change.Even the federal government has admitted it has to change last week.How about it Steamboat Employers that hire out of town labor?

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