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Are you commenting on my grammar? I was referring to your ignorance of the constitution and its amendments. The citizenry test has a number of questions concerning the constitution and the bill of rights. You might want to study up. Nowhere did I comment on Ms. Coulter's rights. I believe you were merely trying to erect a false argument to divert attention away from your comment that people who disagree should just stay home. If you make an indefensible assertion just admit it and move on.
Hey Mr. Fielding and Mr. Twilight. Every hear of the first amendment? I don't recall it saying anything about paying for police protection or staying home if you are opposed. Right to assembly. I wonder if you two could pass a citizen test.
Sedgemo needs to work on his math. He is off by 2 decimal places. The tax would be $145.08 on a 500K building.
Not advocating one way of another. Just the facts.
Special thanks to the Steamboat Springs City Council, Planning Commission and City Planning staff for their consistent opposition to this ill-timed land use tool.
What process would that be genius?
you have no idea what so ever what you are talking about. I would suggest a remedial course in zoning and land use regulations that the planning department would be happy to provide you but that would take effort on your part.
“Nothing in the world is more dangerous than a sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”
Great to see the truth as opposed to wild conjecture posted on the beloved blog.
what was the delay?
Its fun to blame government but they weren't the culprit on this one.
Olson did not own the property when the first walgreen's proposal came through
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