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Bud and Jane Romberg: Thanks to city workers

Thanks to the city of Steamboat Springs workers who worked in our front yard. When we heard there was to be a catch basin and culvert put in our front yard and we were having 100 feet of our yard dug up for this purpose, we were not thrilled. However if you come by now, you would not even know the work has been completed.

The men carefully removed and replaced all the sod, worked carefully not to disturb the sprinkler system and reconstructed the sidewalk. All of the men were efficient, professional, friendly and worked at our house as they would in their own yards. The Steamboat Springs citizens are lucky to have such dedicated folks working for us.

Jane and Bud Romberg

Steamboat Springs

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