steve gadbois

steve gadbois 1 month, 2 weeks ago on The Record for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015

The sheer stupidity of the comment by Mr. Morris is beyond staggering. If YOU do not "see" examples of the complexity of their work that they perform (SSPD and RCS), then YOU are not paying attention.

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steve gadbois 1 year ago on Alan Steinberg, M.D.: Be thoughtful

What a well thought out and well written essay, Dr. Steinberg. With regards to your sentence, "There but for the grace of God ...". I recall being told when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was first being made into law that that everyone is only "temporarily abled". Thanks for the reminder.

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steve gadbois 1 year, 2 months ago on US skiers load top 10 at freestyle World Cup

...and who's coaching those gosh darn Canadian's? That would be our own Bobby Aldighieri!!! Congrats Bob!

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steve gadbois 1 year, 3 months ago on Steamboat benefit to help Philippines

$2,000 is 84,000 peso's (P 84,000) rounding the peso to $43.00 dollars per. That's a lot of water that they still don't have! Here's your chance Rotary Club!!!!

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steve gadbois 1 year, 3 months ago on Dave Nagel: 4 Yellow forever

Thank YOU David, for spearheading this important community activity for all the past years.

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steve gadbois 1 year, 5 months ago on Rob Douglas: PTO: How much is too much?

Hi Rob. Well written - HOWEVER, while it may seem that the amount of PTO earned by city staff (my personal experience is with Parks, Open Space and Recreation), seems exhorbitent, an interesting dynamic in the amount of PTO earned by individual city employee's, is the amount of PTO that these same employees SHARE with others who suffer some type of catastrophic illness or accident and do not have enough PTO to see them through their illness or accident. City staff are incredibly generous in transferring time that they know they will not personally use to others, who will suffer by not having enough time accumulated due to tenure. This may not be germain to the focus of your essay, which will, typically, generate a lot of discussion, but I thought it important for folks to know how generous city staff are with the PTO they earn and do not personally use, to help co-workers in need.

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steve gadbois 1 year, 6 months ago on Longtime coach Gary Crawford leaving Steamboat Springs

In late May of 2001, Gary Crawford invited a complete stranger and his son (that would be Matt and I), to play at the Sheraton Golf Club after a chance meeting at The Tap House, on our first night here. His open, friendly and welcome to this town evidences just what Steamboat Springs is all about - the caring people in this community. Good Luck Gary and Kim. You will be missed.

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