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Please stop throwing FACTs at us. We can't handle the truth!!! : )
Eye of the beholder/ "Sledders are not allowed on almost 4 million acres"
Mark Hartless CAN visit every acre just as we all can. ---Mark the hiker, Mark the skier, Mark the horseman, or even Mark the cattle driving rancher can use every bit just as everyone else can.
Mark the Sledder has to leave his sled at the border, as does Mark the biker. --- PEOPLE have equal rights and limitations with these rules.
Also, If properly set up, PayPal is extremely easy for payment transactions. It takes about 3 button strokes on your computer or device!
PayPal for the building dept. allows payments to be made 24 hours a day, eases lines at the building dept. during the 8 hours it's open during the day, allows for CC use, provides consumer protection, and helps with accountability and efficiency for the actual people doing the books (Not Ms. Horn btw!,---3rd party contract for Routt County)
The only one who is actually bothered by this is Horn who can't seem to come to grips with the fact that she really has no power compared to the commissioners. She lost in her bid to be a commissioner and is just trying to grab some relevancy among those who actually do have some. It's really embarrassing, actually. She should be swept out immediately, or these incidents will continue.
Whatever dude. Liberal? Puhleez.
WTF contribution has been made here that isn't just jibberish opinions spewed forth bythe same idealogues posing as worldly "experts" on everything. It gets old seeing the same tripe sprayed about regardless of topic, always devolving to the same 3 or 4 things: Environment, guns, God and the damn "gubmit"
Seriously, enlighten me with something that hasn't been vomited here 1000 times over to no avail. You are seriously delusional if you believe that this forum is some kind of Socratic arena for actual enlightened debate.
Again, the snow making and those who do it are much appreciated by most regardless of the attempts by Mark H to shame us snowgoers with the coal arguement.
....Meanwhile, back at the ranch....
Thanks go out to all of snowmakers again this season for performing harder and more hazardous work than most here would ever know. Great job!
Hey Mark, Tom, and Ken, ---- There's a new thread on the pilot forum with hardly any comments yet: "New BAP store opens in downtown Steamboat Springs".
Perhaps you can "enlighten" us with more "phacts" on climate, guns, religion, and the gubmit over there.
Now a days the climate change is probably from all the hot air that gets blown around here every time the Pilot's blogs get hijacked by the right wing nuts!
If only one council member is tasked with reviewing the whole report, then Scott Ford is the only acceptable choice.
Congratulations to all of Routt County's fall athletes who received their well deserved recognitions! Great job, all around!
An extra-special shout out goes to Soroco freshman Chloe Veilleux for her ALL-STATE achievement in Cross Country! Awesome work Chloe!
No. It is defined two ways for local officials. First limitation: Two terms if four years terms, three if two years terms. Second definition: Eight years total.
So Magill, served a two year term, 07'-09', then a four, 09'-13, and then again a four, 13'-17. Ten years. If challenged, this would probably not hold up at CO SC. Lettunich told Magill he could do it and probably get away with it. He did.
Here was Rob Douglas had to say in 2013:
"Voters might be under the impression that Magill also is term limited because, like Hermacinski, he’s won two elections in a row. However, Magill — with legal advice from city attorney Tony Lettunich — thinks he is eligible to run this year because his first election was for a partial term left open when Kaminski resigned his District 3 seat in 2007. Still, if Magill runs again — indications are that he will — he’ll certainly violate the spirit of term limits by seeking to sit on the council for more than eight years without interruption."
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