Briefs for Jan. 25 |

Briefs for Jan. 25

Congressman Udall will speak Jan. 31 in ‘Boat

Congressman Mark Udall will be the breakfast speaker at 10 a.m. Jan. 31, at Olympian Hall in Steamboat Springs when the Community Alliance of the Yampa Valley and Western Colorado Congress host their annual gathering.

Udall will discuss his proposed legislation intended to help protect Colorado landowners and the state’s public lands.

The Community Alliance and Western Colorado Congress are supportive of Udall’s legislative efforts to ensure surface owner protections from mineral development under their property, as well as his efforts to establish a uniform national process for filing mining road claims on federal lands.

The event is open to the public.

Rob Dick launches

real estate career

Tony Walton, managing broker at Mason & Morse Real Estate, has announced that Rob Dick has joined the firm.

“Over the years, Rob has been very active in real estate development,” Walton said. “His projects have included The Meadows and Terraces at Eagleridge, Tamarack Point, Sunburst Townhomes, Butcherknife Co-Housing project, West End Village and his current project, River Place. We are lucky to have such an experienced individual join our firm and feel confident he will be just as successful in real estate sales as he has been in development.”

“Mason & Morse epitomizes the spirit of my personal business ethics by exhibiting a strong concern for their clients,” Dick said.

Public invited to

celebrate graduates

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is inviting the public to join it in a “Genuine Bash” intended to recognize outstanding graduates of its customer service training program.

The Genuine Bash will take place Tuesday at Howelsen Hill and will offer free skiing, pizza and beer. The party begins with skiing at Howelsen from 6 to 8 p.m. followed by pizza and beer in Olympian Hall from 8 to 9.

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