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In the early 80's my best friend, Alan Barbee, was on city council and had the audacity to suggest a lift ticket pass. When time came for his re-election the Ski Corp who vehemently opposed the tax helped fund a political pac to fund a candidate to defeat Alan and indeed he lost.
If in light of Trump's budget proposal, if passed. will your federally funded rural clinic be on the chopping block like so many other programs for the poor and needy ? I hope that's not the case.
Guess we'll see what Congress does with the actual and final budget.
Allegedly, Donald is big money (he refuses to release his tax returns to prove it) as are the majority of his cabinet. The rich on both sides are getting richer and you and I aren't. Big business as usual.
Of Course there is Kellyanne Conway. And, we are paying for her to remind us that it's all "fake" news.
John, RIP good friend.
"The Springs City Council on Tuesday will consider approving the funding recommendations for the events.
A seven-member committee, which included two City Council members, came up with the funding recommendations for each event."
Nice to see that the CHAMBER has its city council insiders on the same City Council that will undoubtedly approve this handout to assist the CHAMBER in it's further brutal marketing of our City. Instead the money could be best used to build a wall on the Pass. Let the CHAMBER fend for itself.
While they are at it the legislature should mandate that bicycles be equipped with operational lights both front and rear. One of these day some bicyclist will get killed or injured while riding stealthy through the dark night and with dark clothing to boot. It's just common sense.
Yup, there's a conspiracy out there.
Carl, hope that you are not on Medicare if you are eligible. A truly well run system.
Too bad that good movies rarely come to Steamboat's Wildhorse Theater.
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