steve randall

steve randall 1 week, 5 days ago on Nick Rowse: Annual visitor

Funny article, better than the "Mystery Turd" a few years ago. Checked my calendar to make sure it wasn't April 1st :)

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steve randall 2 weeks, 3 days ago on From the editor: A year of recreational pot

I agree with Bill, sky hasn't fallen. Responsible Adults smoke weed and drink alcohol within the confines of the law. Those that don't get arrested, and or fined. Issues always arise with abuse, but as a society (Parents, Brothers, Sisters) we need to take responsibility. Not defer to law enforcement.

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steve randall 2 weeks, 4 days ago on The Record for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015

Really? called Police to ask about defecation rules? Must have thought they were calling the "Poop Police"

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steve randall 3 weeks, 5 days ago on Karen Vail: To area dog owners

Good point, I will say since becoming a Dad nothing grosses me out. But what I have found helpful is to let the little steamer cool down....take a moment to enjoy the scenery, then "make the grab"

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steve randall 1 month, 1 week ago on Steamboat City Council backs city manager after two members seek her resignation

Looks like Ms. Hinsvark is taking the bull by the horns and providing a little leadership. Maybe she will get something done rather than sit around and debate for 10 years. Strong leadership is bound to peeve off a few folks.

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steve randall 1 month, 3 weeks ago on Jon Grossman: A Texan perspective at MusicFest

The opportunity to see and listen to so many artists in our town is fantastic, just wish it was more inclusive. Open ticket sales and multiple venues would expose the artists to a broader audience. As it stands only "Tour Package Holders" see the events. The rest of us see only traffic, drunks, and occasional offsite performance. Having enjoyed "Texas Music" for the past 30 years its a shame to be excluded in my new home town. Texas Music week is Steamboats best kept secrete.

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steve randall 2 months, 4 weeks ago on Our View: Food on the go

Would be nice to expand the hours, sunrise to sunset seems to be a little restrictive. Proposed regulations seem reasonable, be nice to see the continued revitalization of Downtown.

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steve randall 1 year ago on Our View: Here we go again with parking

Take the free bus or ride a bike, the less cars downtown the better. Plenty of parking at the grocery stores, hardware, pharmacies. Those of us that have worked in retail remember the cardinal sin of parking close to the store, they were for customers. We parked in the back. Parking meters might alleviate a little downtown congestion.

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