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I'm not an attorney. However, if her death was caused by his actions that sounds like 2nd degree murder to me.
Is deferred maintenance the same as benign neglect: building a case for spending big bucks on "newer and better"? Which facilities are the victims of deferred maintenance?
Thanks again,Scott, for clear writing about a murky issue. Regarding the pot shop vote, I was surprised that Heather Sloop's vote wasn't disqualified because of her husband's business being near Connell's. It seemed that Heather's husband objected to the pot aroma, too. I think our council members must be unimpeachable when it comes to questions of conflicts of interest and dual relationships. Here's hoping the city attorney can be of more help to them.
Howelsen Hill aside, what is the perceived maintenance problem? That property tax increase proposal pretty hefty and unlikely to garner support.
Thanks for the article, Scott. I wish we knew more about the "owners" or "developers" of this site. Their negligence needs to be publicly acknowledged and remedied by them.
I want to know who gave Horn permission to use taxpayer money to hire an attorney and PR firm?
Why is the final agreement between Horn and her P.R. firm and Peabody a secret? We're talking about taxpayer money!
Why is demolishing it more appealing than restoring it and making whatever adjustments are needed to satisfy the ADA? I agree with Bill and Ken. The Yampa River Queen is the most attractive element in the west entrance to our city.
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