June 23, 2010 To: All Library Employees From: Jon Walker, Executive Director Subject: Planning for 2011
This year is turning out to be different at the library.
What I mean by this has nothing to do with how much our libraries are being used. Libraries are busier than ever. Our libraries are bustling places. I could not be prouder of a group of employees than I am of each of you who work conscientiously each day to deliver excellent library service.
Steamboat Springs – The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association Board of Directors last week formally opposed three anti-tax measures on the ballot this fall.
Colorado voters in November will decide whether to approve Proposition 101 and Amendments 60 and 61, all of which are citizen-led initiatives aimed at decreasing taxes and reducing government spending.
By Gus Jarvis The Watch (Telluride-Ouray-Ridgway-Montrose)
RIDGWAY – The Ouray County Commissioners reviewed three ballot questions on the Nov. 2 ballot this week and saw what they characterized as a "drastic" change in the county should any or all of the issues should pass.
Local government would, in effect, be largely defunded.
County Administrator Connie Hunt, who will begin drafting the 2011 Ouray County budget next month, has been crunching numbers, reporting her findings to the commissioners at a meeting Monday in Ridgway.