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Thanks, Matt. I totally agree, and would add that the tax to build an as yet unneeded school is equally silly.
The City of Steamboat Springs is not a brand or product to be pitched. It's a city struggling to meet the needs of its citizens. Somehow transparency and quote manufacturing seem contradictory. Mr. Suiter has no mandate to "promote an industry standard". Thanks to Mr. Magill and the Today for exposing this misbegotten strategy.
Welcome back, Clark.
Has anyone noticed the lack of first class mail in the post office boxes on the west side?
Then there's the option of leaving R.V. Park as it is, but maybe increasing the parking area. People who use that park exercise their dogs. They hang out with their dogs. They are not there to sit on a bench. People congregate in the area near the parking cul-de-sac because that's what they choose to do. Others venture out on the many trails. Please, let R.V. Park continue to be natural open space.
By its very nature the survey was hopelessly flawed.
Of course not, Rhys. A woman's place then was in the kitchen, not the lab.
I still believe that buying a used machine was a false economy.
Just what rules and regulations are hampering the growth of the economy.? It is irresponsible to make such claims without showing data to support them.
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