Scott Franz likes to get lost with his camera. His passion for photography grew when he moved to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, to become a newspaper reporter and photographer. He spends his weekends and nights photographing the picturesque Yampa Valley and other Western landscapes in Colorado. He grew up in Austin, Texas, and first started taking pictures while camping with his father, Steve, in Caprock Canyons.
The city of Steamboat Springs and Colorado Group Realty broker Randall Hannaway announced this week the five new executive hangars proposed for the airport all have been reserved, and initial construction could start as early as this spring.
With an estimated $5.2 million available from the city's lodging tax to help make these projects a reality in the next decade, the new trails lodging tax committee is taking its role seriously, and not wasting any time.
Labeling communications as "work product" is a way of keeping communications city staff sends to the council privileged and allows staff to be more candid in those communications.
Local physicians now will have the ability to get electronic consultations with Mayo Clinic specialists when they want a second opinion on patient care.
Council members want to weigh the option of buying into a community solar garden in Craig with other expenditures during the budget season.
Three council members wanted to table the vote because of an ongoing state investigation into Golden Leaf's medical marijuana operations.
The airport hadn't had an official manager since Mel Baker left for the Front Range in November, and there were lots of emails to respond to and work to get caught up on.
After multiple failed inspections and some problems two of the store's owners have had filling out paperwork correctly, city officials say they still have some concerns about the business.
The alternative energy option comes as city staff is recommending the council start to devise a new energy purchase and usage policy that could help guide the city's future energy decisions.
Visitors to the Hahn's Peak Roadhouse on Saturday could have been forgiven for thinking they had been suddenly beamed back in time.