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I didn't see the part that she used cocaine while employed as a police officer. That would be a definite no-no. But I wonder how much scrutiny any officers could stand. I agree with Scott about the "gal" language, as well. That doesn't exactly ooze professional respect.
Uh-huh, what do you say we go back through the jackets of all SSPD personnel -- every last one of them -- and see how many of them lied on their application. Excessive alcohol, marijuana, all of it. Me thinks this was a fishing expedition, and they did the best they could with what they caught. Doesn't seem fair, to say the least. Or are you gonna tell me some lies are worse than others?
Scott's point is also quite valid.
Makes you wonder.
Please. Are we a city full of people or a Whole Foods Market full of organic zombies? I'll tell ya, last time I went into one of those places I was scared.
"Come with me, and you can be this happy, too." Aaaaaaah!
I tried to strike up a conversation the other night with a couple from Telluride, but I felt like I was talking to a caricature, not a real person. God I hope I never have to wonder about that with anyone in this town.
Thanks for the info; most of it seems like common sense; but I'll be me. I can make people feel at home and give them the scoop without consulting my Steamboat Springs Customer Service Manual.
"The class is aimed at helping inmates build stronger relationships with their children."
Except for the slight detail that they won't be able to actually see each other face to face as long as they're inside.
Now to bring back those $50 Frontier flights.
Sure, it happens, but in most cases it doesn't happen that quickly.
I suppose now we'll see just how vital the city believes these projects are.
Well, it certainly mattered to you enough to tell Robert to wake up. And if you're worried about your kids, I should think that knowing which party is responsible for the greatest increases in debt would be important to you. The differences seem fairly significant to me; the fact that somehow the republicans are known as fiscal conservatives when they're clearly not, even more so.
The good part is, the younger crowd takes this issue seriously and wants to do what it can to mitigate it. That includes coming up with more efficient, cleaner ways to generate energy and move people and material.
I hope someone suggested using the police station money -- not because the police don't need a new facility, but because if they do, and all of council seems to think they do, it should be relatively easy to convince the voters of this and get a bond issued.
If the city went this route, the downtown improvements could begin immediately.
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