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As a provider in the same squeeze that you described I thank you very much, Rosanne.
Sturm is not a journalist.
Thanks, Nancy, Eric and Robert. Her columns have always been political and not "think pieces".
Too young to die. My compassion and condolences to the family.
Thanks, you brave fireworks igniters. What happened to the grand finale?
Turning left to exit the Central Park strip mall parking lot by Paws and Claws onto Central Park Ave., and turning left from Central Park Ave. onto Pine Grove Rd. have been difficult when I've tried these maneuvers. The roundabout should help with both. However, the traffic light at Central Park and Pine Grove is still a problem because so few cars can turn left before the left turn arrow disappears. Plus the designated lane for turning left is usually overcrowded. I'm not a traffic engineer, but I think the situation could have been better analyzed before the roundabout was created.
Thanks for your work, Jim. We are fortunate that you've helped our wildlife.
Has anyone noticed that under Anderson there have been three different S.S. Airport managers in a short period of time, and that he didn't obtain the easements for the roundabout in a timely manner?
The earth at Howelsen Hill slides as it always does. The city hustles to repair the damage to the chair lift pole caused by the slide so the Howler can run in the summer. I think this is an example of what Scott and David are addressing. The city's liability and the hill's hours of opening to the general public are matters about which all Steamboat Springs citizens should be informed. Since we taxpayers are footing the bill for the operation of H.H. of course we should know how our tax dollars are being spent.
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