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Privatize and militarize.
Not much reason for any confidence.
Thank you Rob
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It's funny how we can talk all day long about stuff that kills people, like guns. But can't handle conversations about things that bring people pleasure.
It is deeply troubling that an offened father can punish Bantle as the Sheriff.
I have never seen a complaintant get to choose the consequences.
As you have said many times, Hinsvark is still in charge. Bantle stepped outside the "Blue wall of Silence" and that is unacceptable.
Ms. Hinsvark publicly displays her incompetence on a weekly basis. Hopefully she will learn that when someone does their job with excellence and represents the core values of our community, citizen come forward and defend that person against unjust allegations. Maybe she is still waiting for the "Bring Back Joel Rae Face Book Page"?
The meeting last night was well attended and informative. A big thanks to Lisa Schlichtman, Steamboat Today and staff for hosting the meeting. Thanks to the panelist Loui Antonucci, Paula Cooper Black, Cari Hermacinski and Jon Quinn for once again taking your time to serve the community.
"Bottom line, we feel like we're a partner in the community, and the last thing we want to be is the bully," City Manager Deb Hinsvark said after Tuesday's meeting with the county commissioners. "That's not where we want to be. We're the city who really has an obligation to protect the city's interests. That's our obligation. But at the same time, we like the partnerships we've created with the county and the school district, and we want them to continue."
Actions speak louder than words.
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