Kevin Nerney

Kevin Nerney 6 days, 15 hours ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

Joe I don't want to put words in your mouth and answer for you but-----Chris --- Yes! It may come to that sooner rather then later, just look what happened down at the Bundy Ranch in Nevada. I'm not taking sides on that one just yet but it appears that there are an awful lot of pissed off people with weapons ready to stand up against the Feds. I don't think the Feds backed off I think they retreated to re-group and figure out their next move. It's beginning to look like a third world riot except the citizens won't be throwing rocks and bottles they will be armed to the teeth and spewing lead.

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Kevin Nerney 1 week ago on Our View: Upside-down salaries

Jerry, I agree and you beat me to the punch so I can't add anything. Ken, Why is the Sheriff an elected position anyway? Local Police Chief's are promoted from within and the Fire Chief is not an elected office.

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Kevin Nerney 1 week, 2 days ago on What could go where Staples is leaving?

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Kevin Nerney 1 week, 6 days ago on Brad Meeks: Statement on district policy

Well we paid Howell $270,000 to go away how much is it going to cost us for Meeks to follow in her footsteps? And I'll ask again how and when can I get a job that pays me a ton of money to leave,any employers want to step up and hire me?

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Kevin Nerney 3 weeks ago on Dagny McKinley: Any help for mothers?

Maybe the thought process should take place before they hop in the sack. Remember the 6 p's---Proper Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance. Way to many kids are an after thought today when kids are having kids and they don't realize that the baby they are bringing into the world will need to be taken care off for the next 20 yrs.

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Kevin Nerney 4 weeks, 1 day ago on New communications director comes to the Yampa Valley from Florida, stationed in Alaska while in Army

Thanks a lot Routt County. If you only had 12 applicants that means you only had to send out 11 rejection notices. Perhaps you're either saving money on paper and stamps or mine got lost in the mail.

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Kevin Nerney 1 month ago on Seasonal Steamboat Ski Area employees will no longer receive health insurance from Intrawest

Just curious, as I have not looked into ACA and don't plan on it. Why must locals buy into the Routt County plan and pay higher premiums when many of us drive to Denver for less expensive medical care now rather than pay the usury prices they charge up here. Cannot we sign up for Denver and then Denver becomes our "in network" and and just have to travel to see a Dr.?

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Kevin Nerney 1 month ago on Seasonal Steamboat Ski Area employees will no longer receive health insurance from Intrawest

Steve M Thanks for the link to the Hoover digest article. It was very informative and written in an easy to understand style. This is the kind of link I don't mind clicking on and I wish more information like this was available from the main st. media.

My take on the Ski corp issue is even if they give the employees a raise I bet it will not cover the cost of insurance. As an example a 10 dollar an hour employee may get a raise to $13. but after insurance costs may see a net of only $9.00 making that employee actually working for less. Think it's time for a revolt. This is the reason unions were originally formed although in their current state they (unions) are as corrupt as the politicians

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