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Looks awfully tall to me. What is its height; why would the loading parking space and setback rules be waived? Who benefits from those ?
Add Staples to the list of stores on the brink. I'm still foolishly hoping that Target will open a store here.
Medicare has Novitas Solutions, Inc. and Medicaid has Beacon Health Options as "managed care companies" standing between patients and their doctors. Novitas sets prices for procedures; Beacon decides which diagnoses it will cover. My Medicare Part D is provided by Humana,which decides which medications it will cover and for how much. Somehow our supposed single-payer systems have been partially privatized.
Planned Parenthood is also funded by private donors.
Lock, I have had Medicare cover procedures in Englewood, Vail and Fort Collins, as well as Steamboat Springs. In some areas there is a paucity of doctors who accept Medicare. Medicare reimbursement rates are quite low compared to what doctors and hospitals charge.
Or Ryan, Price, Pence and Trump could offer to people over the age of 65 the same medical coverage they are enjoying. thanks, Diane and Nancy.
I'm still wondering why anything, aside from parking, needs to be "improved". R.V.P. is great as it is right now. Hands off, please!
The Kavovit family's letter to the editor in yesterday's (Mar. 23) "Today" was heart breaking. The "Pilot" and "Today" must change their editorial policy regarding whose names are published.
Jeff, You're welcome. My elderly aunt almost died for taking too much Halcion. I, too, itch when I take opioid pain meds.
Thanks to all involved in securing the restoration of the Arnold Barn. I support giving the green light to Sarah Fox and Fox Construction to begin stabilizing the collapsing barn.
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