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Since a private entity is interested in purchasing the hangar, why would the city even consider buying it? Spend taxpayers' money on things that benefit the community instead of a few.
Thank you for your hard work, thoughtful essay, and respect for the natural wonders less encroached on by us humans. Such places renew our souls.
Thanks for your dedication and inclusion of all Routt and Summit County's residents' issues. It's refreshing to have someone who is positive and working on solutions.
Scottglynn's right on.
The city owns over 30 acres including several commercial lots on Critter Court (near the animal shelter). Have they considered those properties?
How is Markle recovering? Kind of rude not to mention it, since he is the gracious donor.
Kudos to Holy Name and Fox for actually using locals for the construction!
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