bill schurman

bill schurman 4 days, 2 hours ago on Omar M. Campbell: Remembering Pearl Harbor

President Bush and his war mongers promised that the Iraq war would be over in thirty days. Remember "shock and awe" and "embedded" reporters telling us on the nightly news how quickly we reached Baghdad. Well we reached it alright and are still there and Iraq is in the middle of a middle Eastern quagmire. Thanks "W".

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bill schurman 4 days, 2 hours ago on Private donors step up to fund a second drug-sniffing dog to cut down on heroin in Routt County

Debbie, you are kidding yourself to think it isn't around. The war on drugs, while well meant, is an utter failure and is nothing more than make work for law enforcement. The money spent, and millions thereof, could be better put to treatment rather than dogs sniffing around your vehicle.

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bill schurman 1 week, 5 days ago on Cari Hermacinski: Citizen-initiated change

You commissioners listed to "the public", yet overruled the majority opinion ( 9-1) of your planning commission. Why have a planning commission ?

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bill schurman 3 weeks, 5 days ago on The Record for Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016

Damn, there sure a lot of suspicion in this town. Must be interesting for law enforcement dealing with all this suspicion.

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bill schurman 3 weeks, 5 days ago on Steamboat school board holds heated, divisive discussion on board leadership

Good grief ! This Board seems as dysfunctional as the Jeffco and the Dougco school boards. The next general election for the Board ought to be interesting.

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bill schurman 1 month, 1 week ago on County Treasurer Brita Horn: overdue Peabody taxes in the mail Nov. 11

So Scott, if all this can come to the light by simple math (over my head, I'm a lawyer) then why is this settlement deemed "confidential" ? Maybe it's the Trump in me (NOT) but I have to think there's more to this "confidential" agreement and it is to save face for Brita. Lookout in 2018 as Brita will be on the ballot running for something and already has her publicity team in order.

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bill schurman 1 month, 1 week ago on County Treasurer Brita Horn: overdue Peabody taxes in the mail Nov. 11

Why a "confidential" agreement ? Isn't this taxpayer's monies the we are talking about? My guess is that Peabody ended up paying what they originally offered months ago and Brita got nothing more. She just doesn't want the taxpayers to know that. Just CYA with a "confidential" agreement. Peabody should explain to the citizens of Routt County exactly what they paid. A violation of the "confidential" agreement ? What's Brita to do ? Sue them?

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