Ken Reed

Ken Reed 3 years, 2 months ago on Sweetwood Ranch plan draws crowd in Routt County

jk,

Having the DOW comment on wildlife impacts is just part of the process. It's more information to base a decision on for approval or denial of the Special Use Permit process. It's as simple as that. I think there's only one comment about wildlife impacts (from me), maybe two. But glad you had a good laugh.

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Ken Reed 3 years, 2 months ago on Sweetwood Ranch plan draws crowd in Routt County

Scott_W,

Your statement, "There appears to be a general consensus that a guest ranch would have minimal impacts, but special events is a whole different matter" is correct from my standpoint and I live just above the Sweetwood Ranch. That's why I think it is wise of the Planning Commission to potentially separate this into two SUPs.

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Ken Reed 3 years, 2 months ago on Sweetwood Ranch plan draws crowd in Routt County

Blue_Spruce,

The Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust looks primarily at the value of the land and and financial impacts to the property. They don't take into consideration things like noise pollution, light pollution, wildlife impacts, etc. It's a bigger picture than simply having the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust approve it.

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Ken Reed 3 years, 2 months ago on North Routt's Sweetwood Ranch requests guest permit

martinratdog, I hope you will be at the planning meeting tonight. Your input as a May family member would be very interesting to hear.

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Ken Reed 3 years, 2 months ago on Ken Reed: Sweetwood permit

CJ,

Thanks for some of your clarifications, although the way the YVLT was transferred to the CCALT is suspicious. And now we have a Special Use Permit to expand the agricultural use to commercial use for "special events" of up to 200 people plus staff. With all due respect, and I appreciate what you do for the county, do you honestly think that this is all being done to "supplement income" as you put it?

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Ken Reed 3 years, 2 months ago on Ken Reed: Sweetwood permit

Jerry,

That is exactly the point. Many of us bought our homes in the area nearby with the understanding that the May conservation easements would protect this land from commercial development. The system is being manipulated for one person's own benefit/ego at the detriment of many people in the area.

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Ken Reed 3 years, 3 months ago on Brent Boyer: A fresh look for the front page

Here are the steps for doing this in Mozilla FireFox:

  1. From the Tools menu option, select Add Ons
  2. Click on the Plugin icon at the top
  3. Click on Shockwave Flash on the list that appears
  4. Click Disable

To enable Flash again, just click on one of the ads then click the Enable button.

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Ken Reed 3 years, 3 months ago on Steamboat Springs Planning Commission tables Walgreens proposal

The Pilot did an online poll before Christmas and asked, "Where will you spend your holiday shopping dollars?" 49% of the folks that responded said "online."

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Ken Reed 3 years, 3 months ago on Tom Ross: Lookin’ for winter adventure in the Flat Tops

With a little technology you can do both. Set that DVR to record the games, then go hiking, snowmobiling, skiing, whatever. Get home, heat up some leftovers, crack open a beer and watch the games, commercial free.

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