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I'm with Tim... The money that was also waisted on parking studies could have gone along way...!!
Well put.. I was thinking the same exact way when I read the article. I do agree with the Steamboat council taking percautions and spending some time to make the right decisions but it is wrong to allow any form of business to monopolize , taxi services, mj or otherwise. Anyone should have the right if they can to be able to offer a healthy competition.. I'm not saying "lets allow one on every street corner but free enterprise is a staple in America (our vetrans fought and died for it), so at the least the city council shoud put it to a town vote... ... (Also) no name... Who wrote this article...
Phoebe is correct. Just go to a large liquor store and you will find: buzz balls, frozen magarita or hurricane otter pops, kids look a like juice boxes with that same little straw, powdered alchol and many other silly drinks that associate themselves with a younger generation and yes they still make fake candy cigs and flavored nicotine. There is a lot of hypcrit talk from those who still have there blinders on in drink town USA..
T'fall makes a great one. We have had the same one for over 10 years and it still works like new.. Some like ours have multiple racks so you can cook meat at the bottom, and vegetables or even a desert on the upper rack without mixing flavors. These also cook frozen food quite fast. (LB of frozen ground beef in about 10 min.).. I like the fact that they push the flavors back into the food. Try a red onion sometime and then cut it open. All the red color and flavor will be pushed back into the onion instead of escaping..
Hear,...Hear... Good on ya Robin.. I'll vote yes for president. We certainly cant do any worse then what we have now!!
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..
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