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Thanks for helpI had a seizure at the Donovan Pavilion during the voting line, and I want to thank everybody that was so concerned and tried to help, and I also want to offer a sincere apology to the gentlemen I apparently kicked. Thank you and I’m sorry. David Shannon. Thanks for lunchThis message is for the nice gentleman who paid for our lunch Saturday morning at Denny’s. Thank you very much. We’re just a local family and your generosity made our day. Thank you very much. Julie Fitzthum.Who’s he, Caesar?The Vail Daily article of Nov. 9 mentioned in the second paragraph that voters “soundly defeated the early childhood services proposal.” The next 15 paragraphs detailed how Commissioner Menconi plans to thwart the results of that vote. I have a couple of questions. Can Commissioner Menconi negate the will of the electorate when any issue doesn’t go his way? If Commissioner Menconi has final say on any issue, why should we vote? Finally, is Commissioner Menconi in his capacity as commissioner answerable to anyone? Lonnie Spence.Ski safety tipThis is Vail Mountain’s safety tip of the week. Early season conditions exist. Please observe all posted signs and warnings and stay off of closed trails. At this time of year we’re making snow and grooming new trails in preparation for opening, so again, please observe all posted signs and warnings and stay off of closed trails. Have a great season. This is Robert Cox with the Vail Yellow Jacket Program.Vail Daily, Vail Colorado CO

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