Was Scott Ford’s resignation from Yampa Valley Data Partners an appropriate result of his public opposition to the sale of the public safety building in downtown Steamboat Springs?

Yes, he blurred the line between his professional and personal opinions. 12 votes


No, he should be allowed to publicly express his personal opinions. 97 votes


I’m not sure. 6 votes


115 total votes


Scott Wedel 4 years, 3 months ago

Or how about the far more serious question: Should the interim city manager Hinsvark have told YVDP's Executive Director Nowak that their subcontractor's political activity in opposition to the city's plans created a problem?


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