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Settle down Rhys, you'll blow a gasket.
It's just too bad that the folks at the Today newspaper aren't pursuing more meaning ways to impact our city.
If law enforcement feels that it is beneath them to write tickets to either of these offending parties. Then we have a real problem and it will only be a matter of time before someone is killed or seriously hurt. What bothers me most is that children watch adults making these decisions without consequence and then engage in the same actions. However I child is a lot more likely to get hurt. If the city council has sent a directive to the police look the other way, then shame on them. If the police don't want to enforce these laws maybe it's time for some logical direction from council.
The bike riders and law enforcement of SS and Routt County need to go to a truly bike friendly town like Tucson Arizona. Or the beach towns in southern California. The way to keep bike riding safe is to follow the rules, in these bike friendly areas if a motorist breaks the law and puts a bike rider in danger they get a ticket. If a biker rider breaks the law and puts themselves and or others in danger they get a ticket. For some reason this crazy town thinks being bike friendly, is the total mayhem that is currently happening. It is time for law enforcement, motorists, bike riders and skate boarders in the valley to get a clue. Rob, I think that in writing this article you were just trying to be controversial, if not you need to get a clue.
Good one, Mark!
This is a great idea. We really don't want these people clogging up our restaurants/ bars and stores. Unfortunately this might put a dent in the amount of tax revenue collected by the restaurants/bars and stores to keep the inexpensive airline seats. Kind of a catch 22.
Scott, you are just kidding..right?
Scott, you always have such mindful, intellegent things to say. I'm surprised you can find anyone of your intellect to talk with.
I knew they were out there!
Judging by the spelling in my last post, maybe I'm high.
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