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Marshall Law would be better!
Its too funny that today all these riders and support crews come into town for 3 days and no mention about it in the paper. I suppose if we needed a heads up upcoming events or more we need not turn to the paper.
By the way all locals get your errands and groceries this morning cause it will be a clogged town later
"We want to light the snow, not the neighborhood," Allen said.
C'mon Doug you don't even need your headlights on around Walton creek and mt werner circle its so bright at night. So dont say you dont want light pollution.
2:42pm - Really?? I think it was pretty obvious to locate them since the paper has a full story!!!
Just because no restrictions were implemented doesn't mean homeowners and resort companies need their sprinklers on excessively, meaning Steamboat Resorts Properties specifically, You can still practice some conservation. And when it rains like it did over the weekend kind of pointless to keep pumping more water into the yards. Good grief.
A suggestion would be to not keep bringing more groups in on Fri/Sat nights. The town is historically maxed out then. Mon-Thur would be a valuable time to bring in group business.
Just a shot that Jay Gallagher may read this....Jay do you plan on putting watering restriction schedule in place this year? I know there is a deep snow pack versus last year but still I dont think that means all these homes and management companies should abuse the system.
Ironically there have been more long term outages and temporary service interruptions on the display screen since the digital upgrade they did in the valley. Newer isn't always better. Someone higher up in Comcast must be losing their job by now.
Steve- we could use rain at this point not really 2-3 inches of snow every few days. If I recall 3 years ago the spring was nice and rainy.
Funny Scott! I actually misread it I thought at first it was a hand gun WITH a loaded magazine was left. Made me think of pre meditated
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