Clay Ogden

Clay Ogden 1 week ago on Residents advised not to let strangers into homes

I had one show up at my house today. Beat a hasty retreat when I told I thought she was peddling a scam and pointed to the camera in my driveway recording her ...


Clay Ogden 1 month, 3 weeks ago on 2015-16 Steamboat district academic calendar drawing questions before vote

Here's the thing ... what's the point of asking for input if the decision doesn't factor that input into the decision. Mr. Meeks should know exactly what I am referring to.

If you already know what you are going to do then grow a backbone, make the decision and don't waste anyone else's time.


Clay Ogden 2 months ago on Room has power to change broadband access in Steamboat, Routt County

While there is some microwave bandwidth coming into Steamboat all of the fiber is CenturyLink only. That's what almost everyone (including Zirkel, Comcast ... and yes ... Mammoth) uses.

As good as this deal seems to be until dark fiber from the west is lit up by someone besides CenturyLink the valley will still suffer from a lack of real redundancy and competition. I'll believe EAGLE-Net will complete that circuit (and make it reliable) once I see the packets flow for a bunch of months.

This is a very interesting deal, no doubt ... but the REAL deal is another provider with their own fiber. That's where the Multiple Use Network and Beanpole failed despite huge amounts of tax payer money ... just like EAGLE-Net.

My two cents ... your mileage may vary.


Clay Ogden 4 months, 2 weeks ago on Man receives 18-year prison sentence for meth in Steamboat Springs

Mark ... my guess is was not the best choice of words but a typical secondary definition is "to bring into play" and "to bring into use" ... I can't imagine anyone believing or suggesting this would be the 1st introduction of meth into Steamboat.


Clay Ogden 4 months, 3 weeks ago on Omar M. Campbell: Immigration mess

Jerry ... "Immigration became a bad thing when the United States became overpopulated " ... what measure did you use to determine that the United States is over populated? I don't see any reasonable measure of population density that supports the statement the United States is over populated ... particularly when compare to Singapore, Hong Kong, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Mauritius, South Korea, Rwanda, Netherlands, Lebanon, India , Haiti, Belgium, Japan, Philippines and really all of Europe. Is the United States really over populated or just over populated with folks that, in some folks ethnocentric perspective, just ought not be here?

As to Omar ... good grief, crawl back in your hole or move to Arizona. You need to bone up on elasticity of demand and gain some understanding that the demand in the US is based on what's cheap ... including labor. Immigration, like drugs, is less a question of supply but demand.


Clay Ogden 6 months, 2 weeks ago on Barn fire in Bailey puts Comcast Internet out in Steamboat

Well ... the franchise agreement (which I think only applies to video, not telephone and Internet) should make Comcast's video delivery a city government issue because that agreement grants a local monopoly for cable video service.


Clay Ogden 6 months, 3 weeks ago on City of Steamboat Springs to enforce no smoking rule in bus shelters

Ouch ... 9 years after the ordinance is passed ... I have the impression it was never really enforced anywhere in Steamboat by local law enforcement ...only by local businesses.


Clay Ogden 6 months, 3 weeks ago on Former Steamboat chairman of the board Martin Hart dead at 77

I have to admit I find this to be the golden age of the ski area ... I'm sure because I moved here in 1982. Mr. Hart and Mr. Geier ... while not easy to work for ... set a high bar for excellence and vision ... mostly squandered during the ASC (Les 'Madoff') years.


Clay Ogden 7 months ago on Wyoming State Patrol warns marijuana possession still illegal north of the border

You know, Jerry, most PDs would prefer to have less of a case load ... not more. I agree with Bill ... I think Wyoming law enforcement would have something better to do.