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This is the first of odd stories to be reported over the next several years
Scott, I understand your point but no lawyer would allow the county nor LMD to have the risk / liability of paying for a mechanic.
However, this requirement could become a stipulation in any rev guarantee contract or it could be used as a penalty (i.e. any flight delayed more than 15 minutes due to mechanical issues receive no rev $)
You forgot to mention this little bit of info from the Nixon Commission
"Recent research has not yet proven that marihuana use significantly impairs driving ability or performance. The Commission believes, nonetheless, that driving while under the influence of any psychoactive drug is a serious risk to public safety; the acute effects of marihuana intoxication, spatial and time distortion and slowed reflexes may impair driving performance. That the risk of injury may be greater for alcohol than for marihuana matters little. "
Another issue out of HDN this AM - friend trying to fly out on a CRJ by Skywest.
Went to de-ice and a mechanical issue pops up - once again a mechanic has to be called and this will take 2+ plus hours to determine if the flight will leave. Why are these so many mechanical issues with planes at HDN?
As a frequent flier who has endured the sudden mechanical issues at HDN many times, I can understand how the lack of reliability when combined with cost would force people to go to Denver.
Fred I realized you were missing a symbol in front of MENSA - it should be ~MENSA :)
Town Board members Josh Voorhis and Jenny Lewis have not submitted letters of intent to run again, and those two seats would be open after their terms expire.
Hummm who could run for one of the empty seats?
One thing I'm glad for at this moment is that I never had a job that required me to be in the public eye where every decision I made was open to public opinion if I did my job right or wrong.
David, I think the $98 round trip is the HDN-DEN-HDN portion of flight that has another destination from DEN.
Scott, did you look at the study before commenting?
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