Richard "Festus" Hagins

Richard Hagins 8 months ago on Lynn Kelley: Reverse 911 call uses

Friends of mine who live up the Cog, thought it was for them to evacuate until they heard the bike message. Makes me wonder, if the bike race and the city paid the county to send the message? Just another maketing ploy? The calls were probably set up on a computer to automatically call Saturday, by someone far away, just doing their job.

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Richard Hagins 10 months ago on Steamboat Today expands online partnership with Google

After answering the questions to read this article and I was leary about "One time every 24 hours." I decided to open all of the articles in new tabs.. The survey questions appeared in10 out of the 20 articles under "Latest News." There are still some bugs to work out. My browser is Firefox.

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Richard Hagins 11 months, 1 week ago on Gov. Hickenlooper signs 2 bills during Routt County visit

Interesting the only way the Governor can come to Hayden and West Routt is to sneak in and surround himself with friendlies and only the County Commissioners are the only local elected officials invited.

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Richard Hagins 1 year, 4 months ago on Hayden casino proponents not backing down

The Mayor and a Councilman's opinions on the casino doesn't make that Hayden supports it, there are 5 other council members that have a say in it also.Until the Town Council has this issue presented to us in a public meeting and the citizens of Hayden have spoken will there be a decision on the casino. Everyone outside of Hayden and West Routt can have their opinions, but in the end it is up to them and Council to decide on a casino, before it even goes to the Governor.

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Richard Hagins 1 year, 5 months ago on US Capitol tree rolling through Steamboat on Tuesday

You forgot that it will leave Meeker, go to Rangely on to Craig through Hayden then to Steamboat Springs. Ripple Creek Lodge is East of Meeker, South of Ripple Creek Pass near Trappers Lake.

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Richard Hagins 1 year, 6 months ago on Candidates for county commissioner, statehouse spar over government's role

Commissioner Mongers quote that the Road Graders use 100 gallons a day is very hard to believe, the current Motor Graders have more fuel efficient engines and hydraulic systems compared to the old motor graders. We use a larger machine that runs most of the time during the day under full load and it only uses around 60 gallons of fuel a day.

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