Scott Glynn

metro Detroit

Scott Glynn 6 months ago on Local youth believe underage marijuana use has increased with legalization

So a >100% increase in "incidents" in 2 years is not concerning? The repeat offender defense cannot have much validity as there had to be repeat offenders from years prior to 2013?


Scott Glynn 1 year, 1 month ago on Rob Douglas: Not as free, but still brave

It's too bad that this forum, like so many before it and so many after, has lost sight of a very important topic. This young lady, whom I have enormous respect for, has made a conscious decision to serve the citizens of the United States in one of the most selfless ways possible. And do it with integrity, pride, and a selflessness that cannot be measured. Perhaps one day placing herself in harms way to protect the land that offers us so much opportunity. The maturity, drive, commitment, and initiative that this cadet has shown, since a Freshman in High School, to achieve her goals proves that there are great leaders among us. Conservative, liberal, moderate, whatever your tilt is in this political game, please don't lose sight of the fact that we are still able to mentor, mold, and encourage our young people to help return this country to the greatness that it has the capability of. Only when we stop trying, do we lose.


Scott Glynn 1 year, 4 months ago on Students sign to follow their sports to college

Congratulations to a fantastic class of athletes graduating from SSHS this year. I have had the distinct pleasure of coaching, watching, cheering and mentoring many of these fine young adults through the years. As well as a number of other Steamboat athletes who will be participating at the club level or pursuing other interests.

Thank you to all of the coaches and administration as well, for your tireless work in often stressful circumstances to provide these students with the skills they need to compete at the next level.

Thank you as well to the community that supports these athletes with their gifts both monetarily as well as being in attendance at high school sporting events. These athletes love nothing more than to participate in front of a packed stadium or gymnasium.

Special thanks to the Steamboat Pilot and Today and it's staff of sports reporters and editors. There are many other newspapers in towns similar to Steamboat Springs that lacks the relationship that Sailors athletics has with our local paper. Kudos to you for having the ability to ensure that the public and our visitors are kept abreast of our athletes achievements.

SSHS athletics has become a well known resource for colleges to mine for student athletes that will be productive on the field/court, but more importantly excel in the classroom.

I look forward to following/cheering for the next great group of student athletes to rally behind at Gardner field or in Kelly Meek Gymnasium.

Scott Glynn President Steamboat Springs Booster Club


Scott Glynn 1 year, 6 months ago on School district's world languages survey yields results but little participation

Inevitably these conversations come around to Teachers working harder, then they don't get paid enough and so on, and so on. We seem to lose sight of the fact that the education system we have is the engine that drives these student's cars. But the parents are the fuel that runs the engine. Without parents demanding the success of their children they are destined to fail


Scott Glynn 1 year, 10 months ago on David Moss: Vote 'no' on 66

Not to mention that it is a tiered system with the tax going from 4.6% for all to 5% for income levels below $75,000 and 5.9% for those with an income above $75,000. Why is the income tax tiered? Rhetorical question really. I just don't see how the amendment is equitable.


Scott Glynn 1 year, 11 months ago on City of Steamboat Springs working to finalize four possible building sites for new police station

Keep the Current location and expand it over the existing parking lot with a 2nd story giving you the extra space you need and providing covered parking for the patrol cars. This keeps the presence downtown where the night life scene is, and still as central as needed to accommodate managements request for a centralized location. No land purchase and a much lower construction/remodel cost.


Scott Glynn 1 year, 12 months ago on Denver man charged with assault after incident at Steamboat Springs bar

You can take the boy out of the ghetto, but you can't take the ghetto out of the boy. Too many people feel they got disrespected and hurts their fragile egos. Nice to get back to a point where it was okay to take a beating once in awhile if you deserved it.


Scott Glynn 2 years ago on Rob Douglas: ‘That’s not the way it’s done’

I am a little surprised more of you have not seen this as what it really is. By initiating a campaign to locate the station on a loved and heavily used piece of open space, the city garnered exactly the reaction it wanted. Now when they propose something that is less obtrusive to our collective psyche, we will all say "O.k.. that's better, let's do that instead". They have played both ends to the middle to get what they really want. Classic salesmanship.