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The recent issue of the "New Yorker" has a good editorial regarding Amendment 14 and the government's obligation to meet its debts.
Thank you Scott F, Scott W and Steve for bringing badly needed perspective and insight into this issue.
Hi, Rhys. If memory serves, the city decided to chip and seal Mt. Werner Circle, making the vintage car and motorcycle races dangerous at best. Losing those events was disappointing and frustrating, and could have been avoided. Now with the Grand and the traffic circle I doubt that area will ever serve as a race course again.
“I think we overreacted,” council member Walter Magill said about the tabling of the plans that included such ideas for the park as a disc golf course and a dog park. “It's still a park that's misunderstood by the community.”
I think Walter Magill misunderstand the intentions of the community. The absurd plan to develop RVP went down in flames, as it should have. The citizens of Steamboat Springs are capable of understanding more than Magill thinks we are.
Six and a half hours of volunteer time to help an injured hunter. Thank you RCS&R.
"City of Steamboat Springs officials Tuesday night will find out how their Steamboat Springs City Council wants them to proceed with plans to build a new police station." Let's hope it happens in that order. Council directs the staff, not vice versa. And let's also hope that there's more transparency in decisions involving choosing sites, and the costs incurred in assessing those sites.
and Hank Edwards
It's hard to imagine Ski Time Square without the Tugboat, home of Cow Patty and the Meadow Muffins and so many other memorable bands. Said facetiously, maybe the URA can help.
Thank you, Stuart. When Hinsvark said, "We hear you" at the first meeting about the new police station proposed for Rita Valentine Park, she was obviously only listening to herself and city staff. So far only two members of council have openly supported considering R.V. Park as a potential site for the new cop shop. Let's hope reason prevails among the other members. And thank you for informing us of the costs of this process. Outrageous.
As a fellow native of New York and a person who uses Rita Valentine Park and the M & H preserve regularly I thank Kevin for his comment. The cavalier attitude of two members of council and the city manager toward the park flies in the face of all the survey results that have said that what we want most here is open space. Please listen to your constituents, council, and direct your staff away from RVP.
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