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1 April 2008
at 8:28 a.m.
I agree, granny! Looks like it was a good thing to build a new jail and more than double the bed space. Only problem is the politicians cut the original plan, which probably was a mistake. Can't wait to hear what negative statement “oldsage” will have for this one.
27 March 2008
at 1:25 p.m.
While I have been very supportive of the hospital and the college, I just don't see the overwhelming demand for a rec center from the public. I am a little dissappointed in the manner in which the community questionaire was completed and how the outcome has been presented. I've never agreed with taxslave, probably won't much in the future, but on this one I'm with him/her.
10 March 2008
at 11:24 a.m.
I wonder, outloud, if the hospital would have been successful in recruiting a new and very much needed OB/GYN if we had NOT decided to build a new hospital. Looks as if Samantha and the board were right on when the said that it would be much easier to recruit good new DOCS if we were moving towards the future. One has to wonder what other events will show that they gave us good information before the vote!
24 December 2007
at 12:21 p.m.
So what if they did know whose vehicle it was? Should the officers have just let him go? What then would this thread be about; the corrupt CSP for giving the Sheriff differential treatment. I for one applaud them for doing their job and apparently doing it pretty well. Time will tell, of course, when the case gets to court. I was particulary taken with the statement of the hearing officer who ruled the witness statements as legally “incredible” He thought they were too much alike in content and even language. So, if Wall or his defense team has fabricated statements or evidence in this case, who then is corrupt?
3 November 2007
at 1:54 p.m.
He's got a “For Sale” sign on the house now. One would wonder how long he may have been planning to move and what the REAL motives for his opposition may be. Kind of discounts what he has been posting, in my opinion.
30 October 2007
at 2:29 p.m.
I guess I really don't care about hamburger buns or why BK went out of business. I will, whenever possible, choose to do my business in Craig and NOT redirect my dollars. And for the most part, I'm not interested in any more of Stans ramblings about contracts. I AM most interested in seeing that our community has good health care, anchored by a substantial hospital. Sam, I wouldn't answer if I were you. Whatever you say, and no matter how truthful and to the point, it always seems to get turned into another “important point” for arguement. I think the reason this thread is not very active is because other readers are tired of the rants also. I'm glad the election is next week and just hope that the voters can see the neccesity of a new hospital and will vote to fund it!
25 October 2007
at 11:23 a.m.
So let me get this right: Since we live in Moffat County, the poor bastard child of the valley, we should not be entitled to a quality health care facility and sound school buildings, like they are in Steamboat? I think it is Stan who is missing the obvious. That being that a comminity, such as Craig, can be an equal to Steamboat IF we can muster the pride, energy and determination to make our comminity better. Both the hospital and schools play a pivotal role in quality of life. Stan, you can just give up if you want and keep our end of the valley second rate, if you want, but many of us won't!!! Let's do something, positive, for a change and make Craig better than it was when we were growing up here. Vote YES!!!
PS: Nice slap in the face, Stan, to all the MCHS grads who keep a multi-million dollar power plant running, without fail. Cheap shot indeed but not totally unexpected.
23 October 2007
at 10:47 a.m.
Like our surrounding countryside, this thread has turned to mud! Of course Sam gets paid for her work! Stan, what are you thinking? Unlike you, there are folks who have to work for a living and not rely on the work of others to make them money. And taxlave is just mad at government, so let's take it out on the hospital! If you don't like taxes, the idea of a 1% “consuption tax” is absurd. Who is going to pay that? Yep, the good tax paying citizens who pay our taxes right now. Not the illegals, which you seem to target as they are a drain. Yes they are but DON'T hold the hospital responsible for that, too. I hope who ever reads this thread sees through the red herrings being thrown at this project. In it's simplest form this hospital question will help provide a quality public health facility for moffat county that we just simply don't have at this time. Vote YES!!!!
16 October 2007
at 6:02 a.m.
It seems to me that Stan and Pat are working in colusion here! Stan has a record of being against any public project and it looks like he's dragging Pat along with him. I hope the readers of this thread have caught on to this and don't fall for it or get wrapped up in their negativity. Looks like Stan just doesn't want to pay taxes! Sam: great response to Stans repeated efforts to drag this thread down to an arguement over information. You have been more than forthcoming and Stan, if you really want the information, pack your happy *** up to the hospital and get it. Or is there some reason you don't want to go face to face?
This community NEEDS a new hospital and I don't want to see some pot stirring Johny come latelies destroy what has taken years to put together. Vote YES on the new hospital
9 October 2007
at 12:43 p.m.
Samantha: Thank you for your candid and pointed response to Mr. Hathhorn. It appears, as in past critical issues, he has misstated the actual facts about an issue. One can only wonder if he continues to do so, using the ruse of “community activist” or if it is he who is making decisions based on emotion? While the hospital issue is a difficult one, you have continued to clearly and concisely state the case for voting yes and you should be applauded for attempting to engage criticism, even that which is misstated and false. The need is overwhelming; the plan is solid and a “YES” vote is needed. One can only wonder if Mr. Hathhorn, now that his “facts” have been shown to be false, will continue with the inaccuracies or join you in solving a most pressing public health issue in our community. What be it, Stan?
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