Steamboat Briefs: City Council meets tonight, will address legal matters |

Steamboat Briefs: City Council meets tonight, will address legal matters

The Steamboat Springs City Council meets at 5 p.m. tonight at Centennial Hall, 124 10th St., for a meeting that will begin with an executive, or secret, session to discuss two legal matters.

Also today, council will consider a resolution adopting increased rates and fees at the city-owned Haymaker Golf Course. Under the fee schedule proposed by the city’s Golf Management Committee, the cost of an individual season pass would increase to $1,250 compared with $1,175 in 2008. Passes purchased for the preseason rate before April 30 would cost $1,025, up from $975 in 2008. An 18-hole round for a local resident would cost $48, up from $45 in 2008.

Council also will consider a development proposal for a 2.8-acre parcel behind the Safeway grocery story on Pine Grove Road that includes 61 condominiums and seven commercial spaces totaling more than 100,000 square feet.

Visit to download materials for tonight’s meeting. Call 871-7070 to listen live to meetings of the Steamboat Springs City Council.

ImagiNation team headed to state

Hayden’s Destination ImagiNation teams placed third, fifth and ninth at a regional tournament Saturday in New Castle.

The Hayden High School team, consisting of Ian Cadenhead, Ashleigh Muhme and Noah Murray, placed third, qualifying for the state tournament April 17 at Metropolitan State College of Denver, according to program coordinator Julie Smith.

The team also won honors including the DaVinci Award for creativity, the Spirit of DI Award for teamwork and the College Invest Award.

The final award went to only two teams in the region, and Hayden received it because Murray mentors Cadenhead, who is in seventh grade.

The Hayden Valley Elementary School team Video Hits placed fifth, and the other elementary team, The Amazing DI-tectives of Breeze Street, finished ninth.

In Destination ImagiNation, teammates use problem-solving skills and creativity to tackle challenges.

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