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Good for you, Michelle!
thank you for not only standing up for what you believe, but not backing down to negative comments from those who obviously form their opinions on what the media chooses to show them. You go girl!
the simpleness of the solution obviously escapes them...kudos to you
I hope someone will step up and answer your call....all of my out of state visitors have chosen SBS lodging for this year. Maybe you get what you pay for in Steamboat lodging instead of funding a nowhere blues mentality.
Speaking from the side of someone killed by a habitual offender, locking someone up doesn't necessarily rehabilitate. In our case the offender got out, got drunk, and drove again, taking my sisters life. He is out again and still drinking and driving. I pray he finds the help he needs.
I see a whole new future for the commissioners office!
seriously? my kids had issues with the internet working at MCHS. What they needed was a textbook to do the classwork with, the school won't buy books, but they will spend money on ipads that will be destroyed by those who appreciate nothing.....I say if you think an ipad is going to move mountains for your kids, then buy them yourself and be RESPONSIBLE, both financially and as a parent!
Sometimes what is right for some is just not right with everyone else. I question the point Mr. James is trying to make with his letter? Call me a snob, but what I have seen in my many years on earth is marijuana does impair you in more ways than one. And I for one have not seen an awful lot of responsible use. One look at the recent murder in Steamboat Springs and the reasons surrounding it, greed. More money for the school district isn't going to fix their spending issues anyway....maybe everyone should learn to live within the limits of the law and their own budgets for a change.
Thank You for saying what I think so well !!!
kids can't add or even count back change from a 5 dollar bill....what is an ipad going to do to fix that? I don't care who I piss off I am in agreement with Darrell Camilletti, if you don't have the money you don't have the money. I paid school dues and book fees and my kids didn't have books either, I bought them online, because my kids needed them. If the school district spent more money on education and less on admin and kissing political butt we might get somewhere.
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