Jan Kaminski

Steamboat Springs

Jan Kaminski 4 years, 1 month ago on Steamboat's Sweet Pea violations about more than seating

This article was well thought out and written from many perspectives. I find it interesting that a capitalist business plan was based on passive aggressive anarchy of the democratic system. The results....predictable. The business....unsustainable. Bottom line: someone made money at the cost of all else. I'm thinking bamboozled.

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Jan Kaminski 4 years, 1 month ago on Steamboat's Sweet Pea violations about more than seating

This article was well thought out and written from many perspectives. I find it interesting that a capitalist business plan was based on passive aggressive anarchy of the democratic system. The results....predictable. The business....unsustainable.

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Jan Kaminski 4 years, 1 month ago on Steamboat's Sweet Pea violations about more than seating

This article was well thought out and written from many perspectives. I find it fascinating that a capitalist business plan is based on passive aggressive anarchy of the system. The results were predictable, the business unsustainable.

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Jan Kaminski 7 years, 7 months ago on A lofty price tag

Sorry about the last paragraph. Got excited and pushed the button. Here's the correction.

Nevertheless, the same architect is working on the rehabiltation and space reconfiguration at the County Building. I'm hoping the Commisioners have more sense.

Also: To housepoor, I meant what I said about running for council. How about you and your friends volunteering for some boards? I did it when I was young.

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Jan Kaminski 7 years, 7 months ago on A lofty price tag

$500 per square foot, as another_local pointed out, is ludricous.

This is not a facility that should be a shrine like Centennial Hall. The seniors, other non-profit organizations and community gatherings (including the fundraiser for Molly Look) deserve a simple buiding that can fulfill needs once they are displaced.

Was it less expensive to work out a deal with the school district at the old junior high and could it help save an historic building?

Is there a greater need for a true community center that does not compete with Health and Rec necessary?

lowerprofile is right in some aspects but don't pick on the Seniors for the short-sightedeness of the city and the unwillingness of the school district to work together. These are the people that made Steamboat Springs a great place to live.

Put the old farts at the airport? Not a bad idea. Poorly put but a good idea. Run for city council, butt-brain. We need some new blood.

Nevertheless, the same architect is working on the rehabiltationand space reconfiguration at the County Building. I'm hoping the Commissioners have more sense.

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