Angie Robinson


Angie Robinson 5 years, 9 months ago on Wildlife Federation to discuss deer decline in Steamboat, Craig

I don't think we should expect populations to stay exactly the same. They fluctuate. Rabbit numbers are down considerably this year, but eagles have been plentiful. Nature will work things out. Furthermore, we let towns and cities keep growing into deer and antelope habitat and no one says much. But when it comes to the controversial topic of oil and gas exploration, all of the sudden people really care about the impact.


Angie Robinson 6 years ago on Oak Creek marshal slain in 1920s honored on national memorial

When the column says Clem Eller had no living relatives, that is untrue, if you count relatives thru marriage. Bessie James, his wife, was a sister to Sadie James. Sadie married Nels Dunckley, whose family lived on the Dunckley Flat Tops, hence the name. Sadie and Nels had 4 girls: May, Pearl, Margarette and Ruby. Margarette (Mac) married Bob Robinson and had two children. Their relatives still live in Hayden today. All 4 Dunckley sisters did marry, and several had children.


Angie Robinson 6 years ago on Routt County officials on watch for slides, floods caused by runoff

The buildings on 13th street (in the picture) should have never been approved to be built there. Having lived here for 33 years, I know that 20 years ago when we had wetter weather, that area was ALWAYS under water in the spring. There is also a natural spring on the side of that hill. When those buildings went up, it was discussed by long time locals, that it was a very bad idea. I see building going up in wetlands more and more...and I wonder does the Army Corp of Engineers look over these project anymore? They used to. The weather has been dryer for quite a while so new residents don't realize what they're getting into, when they buy one of those buildings.


Angie Robinson 6 years, 3 months ago on Maury Schuessler: Think about the jobs

Maury, The tax payers paid for a larger study than Kum & Go did, and it said historic downtown is not the greatest place for a gas station. Does that not matter? The vote tonight is not wether or not we want a big brand new Kum & Go, it's wether or not Hayden should amend a current rule that prohibits them from moving to another location in the Historic District. If they were petitioning to move anywhere on the outskirts of town, there would be no arguement, do you see that? The added jobs will be 1-2 more clerks. Yes, that is something, but not quite JOBS JOBS JOBS. Kum & Go building materials come from out of town. I'm not sure on this (and neither are you) but I think they bring in their own crews from out of town to build it. The 3 million dollars to build this Kum & Go does not go directly to the town of Hayden. Yes, the construction works will likely spend money in Hayden, but they will if they're building one on the outskirts of town as well. Kum & Go bought a lot that was in forclosure before they had permission to build on it. They knew the rules. Don't you think that may be why their "study" says that is the best lot to build on? We all want a big new Kum & Go, it just needs to be on the outskirts of town, so that downtown has a chance to be something better than a gas station. And that may take time. Come to the meeting tonight and address your comments to the council.


Angie Robinson 6 years, 5 months ago on Hayden commercial kitchen illustrates challenges in economy

Buffalo Gal Ice Cream Truck, I think you'll have more success once people have seen you more than once. The first time we heard an ice cream truck in Hayden, we thought... "There are no ice cream trucks in Hayden. Could be creepy." Now that I know who you are and that you really sell ice cream, I'll be waiting for next summer.


Angie Robinson 6 years, 7 months ago on Candidates forum draws 60 in Hayden

I wonder how many of the people commenting on either one's "performance" was actually there? Judging by the fact that most only mention the quotes that happened to make it to the paper, I'm guessing aichempty was not there. If you were there, you were likely one of the 4 people that clapped during Wall's rebuttal about the DWAI vs DUI. I was there and leaving my own opinions aside, the audience did appreciate Wiggin's "performance" quite a bit more than Wall's "performance".


Angie Robinson 6 years, 7 months ago on Growing Pains: Colorado's medical marijuana industry ignites

freerider - I guess i've never seen anything on my voting ballots to vote "yes" for treatment centers. It's not quite as easy as just saying we need more of them. You need to preach to your state representatives, not to the general public. Making big macs, ciggs or alcohol illegal is not up for discussion right now...mmj is. Just because no one is mentioning those items, doesn't mean we all think they are A-OK and good for everyone. Some people do need mmj, and those people should have it. But this system has been abused as well.


Angie Robinson 6 years, 9 months ago on GOP candidate Bob McConnell enjoys boost from Palin endorsement

I love what Bob McConnell had to say!

I wish a lot of people could look past the party offiliations, and actually LISTEN to what he has to say. If elected, the first committee he will try to get on is the "Rules" commitee, which oversees how much pork can go on a bill. Now, who doesn't agree that the pork added to bills is staggering and out of control?

He wants to place term limits on all representatives. All you liberal thinkers, if the GOP gets back in control, I know you'll be pushing for term limits. So can't everyone agree on that?

He has a lot of great points, and he's not a life long corrupt politian. I think he'll make good decisions for the people of Colorado - all the people, not just the conservatives. All you people spewing hate, gossip, unfounded statements, why don't you go talk to him yourself...discuss the issues and then decide if he's an old Grampa that doesn't know anything.