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Those signs telling how and when to merge have not been used the last two days. It's becoming a free-for-all again. Every one in Steamboat already has a 'me first' attitude. Didn't anyone pay attention in kindergarten on the the day sharing was introduced?
Drivers need to use both lanes when available and merge at the merge points the contractors have set up. Doing so improves the flow and helps spread traffic out more efficiently.
2:42 pm Cyclists not stopping at stop signs?!
Hard to believe in Bike Town USA?!
Even harder to believe written warnings were issued.
At least he got his own name correct in the article he wrote about himself.
I thought the reporter would never mention Geri's first name, but finally did at the end of the article. Proofreading? Nah... Not at the Today/Pilot.
6:47 am sounds like a taxi driver
Congratulations to the Teen Council for your hard work and asset now available to our community!
In the winter that 'no parking' on Yampa would be impractical. No one would want to walk a couple blocks to the restaurants.
Fourth & Yampa, formerly a residential neighborhood before it was "improved" by developers would now make a readily accessible park/parking lot. Go for it realtors! Put your money where your mouth is!
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