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One name comes to mind, Dr. John D., remember how well the pilot kept his info confidential. Small town, there will be too much temptation for the staff to tell a trusted friend or mate that so & so said this and that. In a perfect world this policy might work. Steamboat is not perfect.
I was afraid that Pam worked at Community First. At a time when I didn't keep track of my transactions very well and kept more than I should have in my savings at Community First I'm pretty sure she dipped into my account but I didn't realize the money was missing for quite some time. I'm not rich, I was way too busy and trusting. No recourse all these years later.
Until the Elk River Road is turned into a 4 laner, there's no way it could accommodate all that extra traffic.
just double checked and when you type the word radon, it takes you to the fans, try again and I think you'll get to the correct page.
type in radon
424now, go to iaqsource.com
We have lived in 2 places in Steamboat with high radon levels. We installed the system ourselves, not terribly difficult. It cost us under $500 per home.
Believe me Peggy when I tell you that the "POOR" owners of the Tugboat could easily afford to rebuild the bar, not only that they could afford to build it out of 14 K. gold!!!
Marabou is NOT green! They have emitted tons and tons of pollution. Using thousands of hours of heavy equipment to build roads "Cabins" swimming pools, movie theatres. It's a green joke. Oh, I forgot to mention the fires they start sometime in May and let burn till some time in June. Choking all wildlife and humans alike. They are not held accountable the way some others might be. It's not envy it's disgust.
Did they ever work at any other banks besides Alpine and Bank of the West? I think I remember RCNB a long time ago.
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