Lee Cox

Lee Cox 1 day, 9 hours ago on Our View: Don't worry, be happy and share the road

Why does everyone merge way early. And then when I obey the signs and use both lanes until the merge point, those who merged early don't want to let anyone in! Hey, I am just obeying the signs!


Lee Cox 1 week, 2 days ago on Yampa Street to shine brighter with installation of new lights

It would have been nice to know BEFORE this morning that Yampa was going to be closed ... as I tried to turn onto it from 5th street and was only able to go one block.


Lee Cox 1 week, 5 days ago on Jack Horner: Core trail is for bikers

How about everybody just chill while driving, riding, whatever. Why is everyone always in such a hurry? Bikes have every right to be on any road. However, Lincoln Avenue is not recommended between 3rd and 13th streets. Bikes DO NOT belong on the sidewalks of Lincoln Ave. In order to get respect, one has to earn it, by using signals and obeying other laws. I am referring to both bikers and drivers, of which I am both. Regarding the Core Trail, there are times when it is not practical for bikers. My "pet" peeve are the extend-a-leashes. The leash law cites a 6 foot leash, and a friend of mine was injured when he got "clotheslined" by one of those leashes.


Lee Cox 2 weeks ago on Steamboat Springs City Council members suggest more parking enforcement is needed

I received a parking ticket at Howelsen, where there was NO indication that parking there was illegal (no sign, no painted stripes), and you don't want to give parking tickets to those who park right NEXT TO the No Parking signs on Mt Werner? Go figure ...


Lee Cox 1 month, 1 week ago on Aggressive cow elk relocated to Flat Tops as search continues for her calf

So the elk was relocated because she was aggressive towards people who IGNORED the closures. What are the consequences to those people? THEY should be relocated.


Lee Cox 1 month, 2 weeks ago on Community group grants offer engaging, unique opportunities for Routt County public schools

Two things: First - Partners provides mentors in the elementary schools as well, not just the middle schools. Second - You listed how much each group asked for, which totaled more than the $75,000 allotted. How much did each group actually get?