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Yes, am aware of speed limit at that location, and it is often exceeded. But, not trying to argue, just a general comment about traffic in general. One of the pluses of living in a small town should be less rushing, inattention, more consideration for neighbors, less carelessness - you know, just generally a safer, nicer, perhaps more mellow place. Used to work w/ a guy in SS who responded to complaints about the traffic by saying "It's not as bad as LA." - well no, don't wanna live there (or the Springs) and have to deal with that. Was just out front of my house walking puppy, 25 mph zone at 6:30 AM, and a guy went by at minimum 45 mph and squealed around the corner at the end of the block. Ridiculous. Had two random conversations last week, in two very dissimilar places, about speeding & carelessness, particularly in residential areas. General disgust and frustration expressed by these folks, as well. Please, Police Dept., more traffic enforcement.
C'mon folks. Slow down and pay attention. PS - speed limit on most residential streets in town is 25 mph, and that means YOU. Some increased speed enforcement would be nice, as well, PD. Some seriously careless driving going on all over this town.
Yes, it IS amazing, and a wonderful bargain. Thanks, nadja, for all the great additional information.
FYI - there are also locations at Sunset Elementary and the Hayden Granary. I believe the website is www.bountifulbaskets.org for more information. Would have been wonderful to see that info. in the article.........
Keep up the good work, leroymcgee. People need to know the facts which you are supplying.
So love that you are allowing her to live out her life in comfort and peace, instead of shipping her.
I would think their insurance carrier, if nothing else, would be forcing a safety "best practices" and safety education/procedures audit. So lucky that no one was killed this time.
Are the MOCO commissioners smart enough to consider a fire ban? Why isn't the paper asking these questions? http://www.steamboattoday.com/news/2013/jul/01/routt-county-prepares-enact-stage-1-fire-restricti/
From the Steamboat Today:
"Steamboat Springs — With no rain expected anytime soon and the potential for wildfires still high in this part of the state, officials in several Northwest Colorado counties could start recommending Stage 1 fire restrictions as early as next week.
Did Moffat County officials participate? Will there be an article in the Craig paper about this issue?
Either way, Tom Mathers, the land DOES NOT belong to the Smith brothers. Yep, they use it as their own because they feel very entitled and folks are afraid of them. Bottom line - it IS NOT THEIRS. If you feel that "baling twine or manure" are of little consequence, then I guess you won't care if someone dumps some in your yard or the Mathers' Bar parking lot.
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