bill schurman

bill schurman 2 months, 1 week ago on Steamboat Springs airport manager fired after short tenure

Seems like Anderson is the common denominator in all this mess. Three hired, three fired all in three years. And, who is still around ?

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bill schurman 2 months, 2 weeks ago on The Record for Thursday, June 9, 2016

1:32 p.m. " Officers contacted cyclists on River Road regarding traffic laws". 'bout time, share the road with vehicles.

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bill schurman 2 months, 2 weeks ago on Arrest made in 2009 theft case

Though not a REAL lawyer (I was a public defender for the most part) the statute of limitations in a criminal case is set forth in 16-5-401 (1)(a) CRS. It applies to the limitation time period regarding the FILING of a criminal charge. In this case the time period is three years. There is NO provision in the Colorado Criminal Code or the Rules of Colorado Criminal Procedure regarding a statute of limitations for an arrest warrant. A Court might limit the time within which an arrest warrant is to be executed, but there is no provision for a statue of limitations on an arrest warrant. (Search warrants, on the other hand, are almost always time limited). An arrested person might argue that the passage of time between the issuance of an arrest warrant and its execution is prejudicial in that for example favorable witnesses might be lost or evidence lost or destroyed, etc. That might be especially forceful if the authorities purposefully delayed the execution of the arrest warrant. Otherwise, the arrested person is SOL.

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bill schurman 2 months, 2 weeks ago on City Council calls first dibs on free concert tickets, VIP passes

Maybe Heather and Tony want to try to get away from the horrible smell of smoked marijuana that just possibly might happen if mingling with the common folk.

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bill schurman 2 months, 3 weeks ago on Steamboat Springs City Council sued over downtown apartment decision

I'm sure the developer has invested a lot of time and money into this project but why not hire an architect while he's at it? This proposed building is an is an eye sore and a monstrosity and hardly fits in with anything on Lincoln Ave. Oh well, the public be damned.

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