beverly lemons

beverly lemons 4 months, 3 weeks ago on Kristin Bantle: Thank you, residents

So, you are one of the imperialist good old white boys who like to bully women? Pay your own share and grow up. You want to play tit for tat with me? I'm not some cowering child you can intimidate. How about you put your patriarchy and entitlement aside and pay your own way without trying to bully a woman into taking responsibility for your actions. You can also make your own sandwich and do your own laundry.


beverly lemons 4 months, 3 weeks ago on Kristin Bantle: Thank you, residents

Appreciate your integrity and moral conviction which resulted in your initial letter, along with the whistle blowing actions of other insiders. I agree, the council and the community is entitled to full disclosure of the report. Additionally, these issues generally originate from a rotten and corrupt top tier of leadership that can include numerous branches of government. I am confident a few more people in positions of power need to be kicked off their thrones. Good luck from here, you are entitled to take action to clear your name and recoup damages, I sincerely hope you do just that.


beverly lemons 9 months, 3 weeks ago on Steamboat Walmart welcomes new manager

The people who work at Wal-Mart are all good folks, it's corporate policy that makes the store such an undesirable place to shop. From purchasing sub standard slave manufuctured items from overseas, to very poor treatment of employees (even managers,) and putting profit above people and service, Wal-Mart is the epitome of capitalism at it's darkest.

I do occasionally shop at Wal-Mart, but not with any pleasure.

I mostly shop at Ace, and the grocery stores for what I need. Ace treats both it's customers and staff well, and our markets offer household goods. Ace does cost more, but their products are top of the line, and you will always be treated well and get quality customer service.

Welcome to the Boat Ms. Tiller, hopefully you can bring some positive change to the store.


beverly lemons 1 year, 1 month ago on Steamboat police chief, deputy chief put on paid administrative leave

I have a copy of the letter, I have shared it in certain circles. I will not paste it here, not only because the Pilot would pull it, but because I do not think that is what Dave Kleibert is after. I believe he was ethically and morally so disturbed by the actions of Joel Ray, and the complete lack of accountability to which he has been held by his superiors, that he felt this was the only venue to bring attention, and action, to what is a terrible and outrageous situation at the SSPD.

I am disappointed that our city manager and other officials have looked the other way for the last few years, in spite of ample evidence of some very serious ethical and professional issues with Joel Ray. These problems have been brought up before, but ignored.

I commend Dave Kleibert, and those officials who have chosen to take action with regard to this issue. It is my hope that we can remove Joel and others within the SSPD and start fresh with people of caliber and quality. Additionally, administrators who have acted in complicity with Ray, either by ignoring the situation or justifying any of numerous serious breaches of both legal and ethical behavior, need to be removed, and replaced with people who stand for the community as a whole.

Some have said no one is qualified to run the police department without Joel at the helm. Believe, me, it will run better with no leadership than with this man in place as it's head. Good riddance to rubbish.