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I understand it as a win/win relationship between Steamboat and Triple Crown.
I can understand the concern about traffic and fast cars on Pamela Lane, and wonder if there is a middle ground. If an officer was parked there during all Triple Crown events to manage traffic and locals safety, could the win/win relationship be expanded?
Thoughts are with both families
When compared to SW, no one whines to a level that is equivalent to SW.
SW "Not a whole of lot of reasons wanting to be located on the same campus with your competitors."
Car dealers feel much different. Across the country they build large sales lots side by side.
Lowes & HD feel different, they build across the street from each other
Walgreens and CVS feel different, they build across the street from each other
etc etc etc
How many of the chronic 2A complainers applied for seat? I would guess zero, because it is easier to sit on the sidelines than to jump into the middle to make make progress and have to deal with the complainers.
For the record, I support this effort but did not apply. I believe there are a lot of people in town / county that are more passionate about this effort than me and these people should be on the board.
SB, SW is the neighborhood dog that barks at everything and anything.
The neighbors can't reason with the barker, because it finds to much enjoyment in barking.
Bottom Line, until the master takes the barker into the house the barking won't stop.
Sorry if my post came across as complaining, I think the new lodge is great.
Competition would drive improvements in on time and price.
The question is, is there enough demand to provide year around competition.
Walt, I'm sure when Thunderhead was built some complained about seeing that building.
1 grow operation lost an owner reported $1M - there were no other reports of grow operations hit and no secondary reports confirming the value.
You obviously need to study WW 2 if you think "Big bullies destroying property and intimidating people" means Gestapo. The actions were carried out by a mix of federal, state and local police enforcing national laws that are over 75 years old and have been tested countless times in court.
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