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Vail CO, Colorado

Re: Sean M. Dawkins died March 23

You will be remembered with only great memories of how joyful you were, caring, loving and fun.

Jennifer Woods Picard

Former Game Creek Club employee and fellow skier buddy of Sean’s!

Re: Letters to the Editor

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.

Actually, there are supposed to be 2,200 employees (not 1,200) needed at Eagle River Station. And the most important question for the Foxes and other pro-Eagle River Station folks is, how do we know how much sales tax we’ll make when we have no idea who is coming or how successful it will be?

Re: Windmills draw lukewarm response

The controversy of fine art whether permanent or temporary is always controversial, but usually the negative remarks are directed by the uneducated and ill informed. The windmill project is fabulous and it has brought Vail recognition in the arts like never before.

Re: Windmills draw lukewarm response

Open your eyes and your mind to this really interesting art event taking place in your own backyard. Articles across the country are speaking about the artistic wonders that are taking place in Vail.

Re: Windmills draw lukewarm response

Why don’t we do something useful with the money, like try to get more customers to our town?

Re: Where development belongs

The problem is that humans are resistant to change, especially if it is in their own backyard.

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