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Maximizing their investment....the sense of entitlement we have in our community is surprising given our ranching heritage. If you can't afford housing because you do not make enough money, move to where your skills are more valuable, or develop skills that our local economy will value. Life's tough many of us left our birthplace to build a better life, just something you do as a productive adult. This sense of entitlement also applies to our local businesses. When they lose the labor pool that lives here 4 to a room maybe they will start paying a livable wage.
Taxing and redistributing isn't the answer. Worker shortages resulting in higher wages might help. Otherwise do what the vast majority of Americans do, move to regions that pay a living wage. While I love seeing young families in Steamboat, if we as a community are not willing to pay for their services thru higher wages, I don't think we need an inefficient government agency to do it for us thru taxes.
Justifying the purchases of the drug dogs.
Chet, you are correct...people get their barns mixed up around here.
One of the better crime reports :)
Waste of taxpayer money. If private citizens can raise 40K for a drug dog then interested parties should set up a fund for Barn restoration. This is another example of the city getting involved with private developers and not fully understanding the contracts they signed. Amateurs.
Going to spend more money arguing over the barn and in the end it will just collapse. Its been in disrepair for over 25 years and now its a valuable historical landmark. If local citizens are willing to privately fund a $45K drug dog then you would think the citizens of Steamboat would rally some funds to save this barn if they felt it was important.
The dark underbelly of Steamboat Springs.
Driving on the shoulder, passing on the right, pushing cyclists off the road. Can't see where this is a good idea.
Wow...interesting group of deadbeats...
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