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LOL I am sure Wyndham is quite delighted with this portrayal
"his wife has some cognitive mental issues," was that necessary to put in the story....
There was a time when the "chain Law" meant all vehicles period.. but god forbid that anything interfere with or inconvenience getting to any ski area and effect business... even if means many get injured or worse killed.....
Wiggins reportedly told city officials he felt a reception area, training rooms, workout rooms and evidence rooms could be shared by the police department and the sheriff's office.
Territorial battles should not be tolerated in any form... especially wit taxpayer monies.. Who were these city officials??? that should be made public so they can be held accountable for such irresponsible attitudes.....
not just the car,, the 4 mopeds, 3 four-wheel all terrains, 6 snowmobiles, snow cats and oh yea... all the wildlife that crap all over the ground...
so in another words it was moved downstream to Milner.... speaking of which anyone seen the pig farm right on the corner within feet of the wetlands.
Out of the way.. no "visitors" ....down to earth and very reasonably priced.... great addition to the food scene in town !!!!
your absolutely correct... everyone is going to lose... the people involved, the officers currently serving and most of all the citizens of Steamboat.
If the Sheriff is taking time from what he is paid to do normally to deal w this, city staff taking time from what it is also normally be paid to do... City Mgr hiring someone to investigate (Hopefully she had the council approval to expend these finds before the hiring) one has to wonder about the ability & the moral of our Police Dept to properly do their jobs at the moment.. without looking over the shoulder's at who is managing them.
I can vivdly remember when the opened the first tunnel in Summit county in "73..... the bloodshed was unreal... truck after truck...
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