Really enjoyed the article, thanks!
I always have mixed feelings, when reading the stories like Joan Hoyt's, who is 61, and still studies. On the one hand it's difficult for me to understand their aims and motivation, on the other I really respect and adore people so active late in life.
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Bach is gonna cost CS more money, more money and more money. Now don't you wish you had voted for Richard Skorsman, who was a previous counsel member and vise mayor??? When is this town going to learn not to vote for someone just cause they are a Republican candidate or not to vote for against someone who is a Democrat? The better man should have been elected, then we wouldn't be going thru this crap with Bach!
Now that COS has the state's $120M, which will pay less than 20% of the cost of building C4C, city promoters are off to the races. They see prosperity just around the corner. They see a chicken in every pot. But are they counting their chickens before the eggs have hatched? There are numerous examples of cities tying their future prosperity to the dubious prospects of building stadiums. In the decision making process, it is advisable to look at the results obtained by other cities who built stadiums. if-you-build-it-they-might-not-come-the-risky-economics-of-sports-stadiums This article contains a host of ominous portents for COS to consider, including: "It's not generating new revenue..." While there are dissimilarities between 'them' and 'us', the similarities need to be closely examined and heeded. "Those who fail to learn from the mistakes of their predecessors are destined to repeat them" (Santayana).
The sooner this man is no longer Mayor the better. His visions of Colorado Springs do not match the personality of Colorado Springs.
The above reviews crack me up, some rang true BUT... It's NOW NEW OWNERS.
So give it another try and I promise you won't be disappointed.
I am sorry that you are not happy with Maggie's pricing at the Canon City location. We appreciate your comments. We are working to ensure that after the first of the year Jan 2014 that our pre tax price and specials are the same at all of our current and soon to be expanding locations. Our past discrepancy between stores in pricing and specials has been due to different tax jurisdictions in which we operate. Our goal is consistent pricing throughout all of our centers.
You also addressed some concerns over the USDA organic certification. Thank You.
Since marijuana is still not federally legal, there is no USDA ORGANIC certification... That's why we have become certified by Clean Green which mirrors the USDA standard for produce.
WHEN USDA does endorse organic marijuana, we will not have to change anything to become certified, as organic marijuana.
Its very important to us, so much so that we invite you to visit our website at maggiesfarmmarijuana.com to learn all about this exciting program to insure you of the quality of our product,
and hopefully of yours too as we hope you'll try Maggie's Farm again soon.
What happened to the old FREX buses? I know they sold some of them when they scaled back the service - but...
4 round trips a day... does that mean weekends too? Because they could get soo many riders on sat and sun..
There will be no tax increase. We will simply take some of the money out of the huge budget for street maintenance. The upside is a shiny new stadium. The downside is you have to have a tractor to get there through the potholes and weeds.
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