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Why hasn't there been any story/reporting about someone taking a Moffat County Road and Bridge motor grader for a joy ride about a month ago? Smashing through fences, tearing up fields, stealing the grader operator's tools, getting the grader stuck and throwing the chains into the hole to try to get "unstuck". Apparently the MOCO SO knows who did it, but won't disclose to Road and Bridge who it is. Why no story, and why no prosecution? Who were the two guys and one girl who the SO let go? Apparently someone got some very special treatment. Why?
Wishing both new ventures much success.
PS - just in case there is any question, I totally agree w/ the author of this letter. Bottom line: drive as if you have a clue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My goodness, whiners. Be grateful for the services provided to you. Slow the heck down, drive in a manner appropriate for the conditions. Get over yourselves.
Slowing down is always a good idea. Just a thought.
I agree w/ each of these comments. Ate there once, and unhappily discussed the over-priced food w/ the owner, who didn't seem to care about our experience or opinions. "Take it or leave it" seemed to be his attitude. Not the way to build a successful business, especially when asking your patrons to pay VERY high prices for VERY small portions.
Well said, Evan.
A great place to increase awareness of this event would have been on the big, electronic Moffat County Fairgrounds SIGN. I drive past that location a couple of times each day. Would have pulled in, had I seen a notice/announcement................ am pretty sure the county paid a pretty penny for that sign. Would be great to use it to its full potential.................cannot be that hard to update the contents regularly and keep it filled with timely information.
Agreed. Would like to see some enforcement. Extremely irritating, to say the least. Would have loved to see the "interaction" with the biker in GJ............... :-)
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