Of course Kevin Kaminski should resign from the City Council seat.
If he’s not going to live in the district in which he represents, then Kevin Kaminski should absolutely resign.
No, Kevin Kaminski should not resign. Leave him alone. He’s a good council member, one with common sense, and we need him there. He was elected by all the people, and even though he ran in his own district, everyone elected him.
Mr. Kaminski should not resign. Steamboat’s become an us versus them (community) – obviously there’s tons of second-home owners. We all represent the whole town. Mr. Kaminski and everybody else represents Steamboat versus second-home owners. He’s just doing what’s right for his family. The guy’s a local business owner. This is nuts, he shouldn’t have to resign.
– Bill Doyne
Breath of fresh air
I just want to thank you for the Ann Coulter column. I appreciate your faithfulness in giving us two sides. Ann Coulter is a breath of fresh air and truth.
Heed own advice
As I rode my bike by Ski Town Fields, I noticed sprinklers watering the grass there at 1:30 in the afternoon. It was 88 degrees, and the wind was blowing. I arrived home to find a water conservation hanging tag from the City of Steamboat Springs suggesting many ways to conserve water. How about following your own suggestions?
Illegal let go?
“The Record” in the Aug. 21 Steamboat Today listed a call to the Sheriff’s Office reporting a reckless driver on U.S. 40. Deputies stopped the car and found an illegal alien with a fake ID. They got no response from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, so they let the illegal go. A fake ID meant no valid driver’s license. You or I would have at least been ticketed. Wasn’t there an obvious public safety issue here, as well as many violations of federal and state law? The sheriff has some explaining to do.
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