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Looking forward, it will be VERY difficult to attract high quality educators to Steamboat. The town is known for it's petty politics and Kangaroo Court management. The Town, School Board, Attorney and Superintendant need to engage in some much needed self analysis and take responsibility and ownership for the way in which they have handled themselves. This is not the first time and it would appear that if there aren't some major changes made, the pettiness and lack of professionalism will continue. Sadly, Steamboat's education issues and reputation are well known beyond the passes.
It's complete amateur hour here and an embarrassment - have any one these people worked in the real world where a certain level of professionalism is demanded? Wake up Steamboat!
Great story and great product - good luck!
Where are the Editors and proofreaders? This is an inexcusable grammmatical error!!!!
"Barlow cited recent bad news as additional motivation for HE and Brimmer's philanthropic efforts." UGH!
"Barlow cited recent bad news as additional motivation for his and Brimmer's philanthropic efforts."
This is terrific. Steamboat is finally under the leadership of professional and proven management. I wouldn't be surprised if there are a few major personnel changes locally at Steamboat in the next year.
Correcting a typo:
JSM talks about having taken a "Motorcycle Safety Course" in May - was she absent on the importance of wearing a helmet day? Nevermind that she has three kids, two very young! Sounds like a major mid-life crisis!
JSO talks about having taken a "Motorcycle Safety Course" in May - was she absent on the importance of wearing a helmet day? Nevermind that she has three kids, two very young! Sounds like a major mid-life crisis!
Shouldn't that read: three-tenths of a mile NORTH of the intersection of River and Mount Werner Roads?
No surprise, everyone knows that Tree Haus is going to slide down the hill. Look at its history and the many plagued building sites. The real truth can't be hidden.
Friendliest bunch of Postal Workers? You and I must be frequenting a different Post Office downtown. I'd love to know the other downtown location since the one on Lincoln has the most unpleasant and surly staff, not to mention a PostMaster who obviously can't be bothered with his staff or his clientele. I can only imagine that you must have had a horrific experience with a Post Office early in your life for you to believe that the downtown location is a welcome Post Office. You, the PostMaster and his staff should spend a few days at Sundance to experience a customer friendly and helpful environment.
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