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Leash laws are incredibly important.. Without them it would be caotic with to many untrained off leashers. The occasional dog running through traffic or chasing an animal is just a small example. Even though Boulder has its reputation of vegan hippies, stange rules and codes, Boulder also does many things that make sense IMO. I have mentioned this before that one thing they do is allow ones pet to pass a test for off leash in some open space areas outside of the city. But I do not think they allow ones pet everywhere and I think that includes the city bike paths and parks. (anywhere that isnt a hiking trail outside the city). I could be wrong but thats how I always understood it. Maybe Stmbt could incorporate this into "Everything Town USA".
At least one doesnt wake up in the morning whith the craveing (addiction) for more.
I hope they vote in long time residents and not Newbees who have moved here in the last 10 yrs.
This is crazy... Its always been expensive here but how much is to much..$$$.. IMO, this is pure greed and nothing more. Come on Intrawest!!! How about giving back to a community that gives soo much to you by promoting for you and welcoming your guests with open arms and hospitality. That friendly charm is going to be a thing of the past if the community keeps getting reamed when buying a ski pass in our home town. The ski are wouldnt be what it is without the hard working community here.. Makes me wish the Japanese still owned it... I thought hey treated the community like part of the family and were well respected here..
Nice job Carrie.. Very informative.... If the city focused on the core trail like they did in the 90's its quite obvious there would be plenty warnings and tickets to hand out. (along with the growing "poop left behind probem")... Maybe Steamboat can adopt a program like Boulder has where the dog and owner take a test on commands and obedience and if pass, get a to have there dog off leash in open spaces and national forest areas..
The national statistic came out last month stateing that MJ use in schools are actualy down not up. So where did these folkes come up with this fact?? Hmmmm... sounds like a personal agenda in the works.
What I also find stupid about this article was the statement that MJ use is up among adults.. Well duh.., Its legal in Colorado so of course its going to be up in adult use.. I wonder what the increase was with alcohol use after prohabition. Way up I'm sure... The community here should focus on truly disturbing issues such as the consistent suicide or suicide attemps in a county that has some of the highest in the state..
Look out Stmbt. These are the kind of people who end up on our city council in 10 yrs mucking up everthing great about living here. (Like we are seeing now)... JUST SAY NO!! As of late , I hear many newbees talkIng about wanting things such as a target, home depot and other unappropriate mountain town nonsense they left behind when moving here. The fire work letter to the editor last week is a great example. Dont change what we got for your needs, just embrace it or dont move here..
Comparing numbers from pot sales to liquor sales IMO has no real correlation. Out of 3 MJ business's only 1 opened at the first of the year. The other two opened later in the year and one of those two just recently opened for rec 2 months ago.. RMR is the only one that opened at the beginning of the year.. There are also a dozen or so liquor stores in Stmbt to only 3 MJ buisness's.. (was that taken into account when looking at statistics)??.... Also, I would say that the majority of those who smoke, drink but those who drink dont neccesserly smoke..
Always has been in Routt County.... Sad that such a great place has this continuing problem...
Yes, yes and yes.!!!! THANK YOU STORM PEAK BREWNG...for bringing tasty beers to our local shelves..
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