Stan Zuber

Stan Zuber 1 month, 1 week ago on David Ihde: Government should stay out of health care

Retirees should have a choice. Amendment 69 wants me to subsidize low income consumers, through taxation, which can go up at any time if needed. I'll be voting 'NO'


Stan Zuber 1 month, 2 weeks ago on Routt Commissioner candidates: renewables matter, but saving fossil fuels jobs are highest priority

Here is what help create some of Peabody's problem

Nature gas plants work better with wind and solar, because they can throttle up or down a lot quicker than coal. So you are paying for two systems, because when the wind is blowing and the sun is shinning, that gas plant plant is sitting there idling waiting for load changes or make up the difference.

I believe the coal plants in Hayden and Craig are some of the cleanest burning in the nation. I would like to think they will be around for awhile. There needs to be a certain balance to maintain our electrical needs.


Stan Zuber 2 months, 1 week ago on Mayling Simpson: Financial devastation with ColoradoCare?

Jeff is right, NO OPTION TO CHOOSE!. I don't need government to tell how to pay for my medical expenses, when I been taking care of it all my life. 69 is a cluster


Stan Zuber 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Chuck McConnell: Purposeful job destruction

Matthew, Do you have documentation backing up your statement. 6) Here in Routt, the Hayden power plant had over 25,000 clean air act violations between 2008 and 2011. Obviously there is a disconnect somewhere. You might be the one with the disconnect.


Stan Zuber 8 months, 1 week ago on Melanie Sturm: 2016's going to be a nightmare

Eric J.B, maybe you can elaborate on you upset with the columnist by writing your own column or at the least the way you see things.


Stan Zuber 3 years, 1 month ago on Yes on Amendment 66: The right choice for Colorado schools

How will more money "put effective teachers in the classroom"? How will more money " ensure all students have highly effective teachers"? I thought that would be a highly effective administrators job, and something that should have been going on for years. It has been mentioned that it will increase accountability. How will more money do that? You don't buy accountability. Read the Commentary by Bill Keller "An Industry of Mediocrity" in the Oct 24, Pilot. I do not mind supporting education and believe that the majority of teachers are effective. Throwing more money at some of the problems is not going to fix it.