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Kudo's Bill !!!!!!
The greatest threat/ killer of mankind thru the ages has been religion..... which I am sure is what the Almighty did not remotely have in mind.....
"Satellite parking lot" that would be where?????
ALL this discussion is of interest.... but the question remains... growing pot on Buffalo pass in the middle of nowhere was not an accident by 2 illegal immigrants.... someone Local had to know the area and be involved to set this all up... wonder if more arrest are to follow????
LOOKS LIKE MORE $$$ FOR THE TOWING COMPANIES!!!!
Normally parking requirements are :
Multifamily in the CO, CY and CN Zone Districts
Units < under 2,000 square feet One and one-half (1½) spaces
Units ≥ over 2,000 square feet Two (2) spaces
Units ≥ 3,000 square feet Two and one-half (2½) spaces
this does not count the commercial requirements either
So with the parking crunch as bad as it is presently... and proximity to the park and trail..... how many spaces does this building require and just how big is the underground parking space.. or is this another "they'll use the bus"????? and wave the parking also???
or work in the Pot biz !!! :)
Your absolutely correct...... a Moose is programmed to treat any dog as a WOLF and will deal with it anyone near it as such.....
We have dogs and we keep them leashed whenever they leave our 6 foot fenced yard.... its not he dog fault.... its the owner!!!
And especially Spring Creek trail where there have been multiple attacks over the years....
This afternoon at Canyon Creek Condos it was nuts to see people within 5-10 ft of a moose taking pictures.... some of the shuttle bus's were pulling in to let people get out and take pictures also.... When I passed back by 20 minutes later Div of Wildlife was on site "educating" folks of the dangers !
There needs to be a bit of educating with property management and many of locals about the dangers of moose encounters.... I would submit they are the most dangerous animals in our environment.
There was a time when the chain law MEANT EVRYONE had to have chains on their vehicles.
Most vehicles today (front wheel drive cars especially) cannot handle winter road conditions in the mountains.
This has nothing to do with more laws but bringing back one that ski areas and certain business wanted done away with to increase traffic to their locations...
I lived in Summit County for some 25+yrs and serving in one of the fire depts. whose district covered the tunnel to vail pass. You would absolutely shocked at the carnage and destruction on 70 from the tunnel to Vail pass during those winter months. Especially when the chain law was reinterpreted.
My family drives Subaru's (which have all wheel drive) with studded tires in winter as result of what I had to deal with on 70...
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