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I seem to recall that Mt Werner Road being chip & sealed was the beginning of the end.
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.
OK, now the story states how much each group got, not what they asked for.
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?
I like how a forgotten charger was listed as "stolen".
"might have been drunken" ?
The law states that bicyclists should ride on the right, with the traffic. I have witnessed accidents due to bikers on the wrong side of the street. I suppose you make left hand turns out of the post office parking lot ...
As a participant, I watched the stats through the month, and Steamboat ended up with an average workout of LESS than 30 minutes. That means that many who signed up did not fulfill the challenge of doing 30 minutes a day for 30 days. To me, that does not deserve any praise.
There also was a suggestion of using the rink parking lot. During City League hockey games, that lot is full of cars belonging to hockey players. I sure as heck would not want to have to lug my hockey gear from over by the ballfields because others are using the rink lot. It is even worse for a High School hockey game: not enough parking for the fans.
Sometimes when riding alone, I need to ride near the white line because of all of the crap on the shoulder. By the same token, when there is very little shoulder (or other obstacles), why can't drivers cross over the yellow line to give ample room to the cyclists, or if traffic is approaching, slow down for 30 to 60 seconds until it is safe to move over (not addressed to you, Dan). What is the reason drivers refuse to use the left lane when ascending Rabbit Ears Pass and passing a cyclist?
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