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Rules have always been the same at CMC. NO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS ON CAMPUS PERIOD. (Age makes no difference) Ever since the drinking age was changed in the 80's to 21 it has been this way at every college or university I know of. The rules are there before you enroll so there is no excuse. As far as Medical goes, it is a very grey area when it come to posession and will take time for any college just like employers to accept it. Some colleges, universities and many employers will most likely never allow possession. As far as consumption you best take it off campus if you want to remain enrolled in college. I wouldnt expect CMC to change its policy except for maybe possesion for medical card holders only,, and thats a stretch.
Anyone can still go to waste mangement for free recycling drop off 5 days a week and most curb side is free now unless you buy their holding bins or roll out totes.
I think that western is the only one that still requires their customers to seperate cans, papers, plastics and bottles probably because they dont have a sorting machine.
But hey.. it is still a free service..
Thats a good point..
Its always full and I've noticed that people just dump there stuff on the outside for the wind and critters to get into. Basicaly littering..
Its becomeing a bit of a mess and I've noticed that the wind has taken some into Fish Creek..
Another bin needs to be dropped off..
If it's full take it backhome with you. Yah it sucks but its the right thing to do..
Steamboat has always had a bit of a parking problem except during down times. Every tourist town has this issue. Ever try to park on Pearl St. in Boulder during busy times? It is almost impossible. I Have always found a place to park during busy events like winter carnivale or New Years. Just have to walk a little bit.
Pd. parking is not the solution and will only cause more frustration amongst everyone.
Isnt it the employers responsibility to make sure that his or her employee is parking where they should be. The ski area is a good example. You better get your but up early if you want to park at the lower knolls lot otherwise your walking a bit.
As far as Pd parking in other towns, I have parked in Breckenridge 5 times in the last 2 months and never saw a parking meter. I parked down town on main st and on the side streets and there are no meters there.
I havent been TellurIde in a years so cant speak on that except to say it must have been recently and may have been because of the very large multi-day festivals like the Blue Grass Festival and others..
Mix alcohol with marijuana and we may get a Funky Skunky ~Town....
As of last week there were about 170 dispensaries that had applied for retail.. Only 6 would be ready for retail by the first of Jan. but that number has gone up a few.. One of the problems have been backed up applications by the state....The other is that many dispenseries have to remodel or open a seperate location in order to comply to state law..
Probably wont see to many open up until Feb~Mar..
...CHEERS!!! & MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
Congratulations Bobby. :-)
You are a great asset for the community and thank you for your hard work and dedication to our town....Welcome aboard!!!
This is a great Christmas gift for the O.C.......
......MERRY CHRISTMAS OAK CREEK!!!!!!
This is an old concept that can help. In Oak Creek we used to work as a team with Black Mnt, Big Tunas, Chelsies and the Colorado Bar. If someone was cut off at my establishment and vice versa, a phone call was made to Doug Diamond, the Benjamins or Jay & Becky to expect that person to show up down the street at their bar. And sure enough, they almost always would..
Oak Creek is small and most people know each other here so this worked ok..
Steamboats bar scene during the holidays are standing room only with most customers being from out of town. A large group may not be that difficult but it will be hard to notify other bars about a paticular person or two when a server is scrambling all night.
They need to focus more on nipping it in the but and cutting someone off before it becomes a problem. A lot of over serving is because of money, friends of a server or the server does not know how to handle it correctly and is not paying attention. Servers need costant reminders that they are now held resposible for overserving as well as the consequences of the customer after they leave the establishment. Ski towns have always been known as a place to go out and have a nice one and as sad as it is to see the Tugger closed down, dispatch calls to police will probably be cut back some.
Alpine taxi drivers are probably happy they dont have to deal with the drunken fiasco in ski time square this winter as well.. LOL..
I agree with everyone here.
This whole issue started in cities where peoples cars were being stolen outside their home in the early hours while waiting for their car to warm up.
First of all if you were to start up your car in this frigid weather and just taks off, your vehicle would probably make a not so plesant unhealthy noise and your widows would instantly fog up freezing your winshield from the inside. A vehicle needs to warm up a bit in these temperatures untill the engine is idling somewhat normal and some form of heat starts to circulate through it.
School buss's, construction equipment, semi trucks, police cars. Not to mention the city buss and shuttle buss's that idle at the transit center. The list goes on of vehicles that idle in the morning while warming up.
IMO this has become one of the dumbest things a city should allocate money for to reinforce.
:-) Ditto on that. Thanks for your invaluable service..
Allied waste off Hwy 93 is about $75.00 for one pick up load. More for trailers. They charge also by weight not just square footage. They will not accept uncovered loads. This is to keep trash from blowing out as you drive to the landfill..Milner also offers recycling dump for things like appliances.
Elsewhere you would have to specificaly search out a company offering that service and is quite expensive.
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