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Reporters’ Notebook

“Reporters’ Notebook” is a roundup of quotes, notes, bits and bites gleaned from meetings, events, press releases, e-mails or simply overheard on the street. Some of it is just for fun, and some of it is newsworthy tidbits that did not find a home in the other pages of the paper. Look for “Reporters’ Notebook” each Monday in the Summit Daily News.

“What do you do in the schoolyard if someone calls you a dirty, rotten Republican?” – Ginny Bradley, joking about what Attorney General Ken Salazar taught Dillon Valley Elementary School kids during a visit to discuss bullyproofing. We note that Salazar did not really pose the question to the children.

“You wouldn’t name two dogs in the house “Spot.’ “Here, Spot – no, I meant Spot 1.'” – Breckenridge Police Officer Ted Schnack Jr., bemoaning the difficulty of growing up in a household in which two people have the same name. His father is Ted Schnack Sr.

News Nuggets

The State Board of the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Trust Fund will hold its regular business meeting in Frisco 9:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Summit County Community and Senior Center at the County Commons.

Among the topics to be discussed are planning grant award decisions, board committee structure, and overdue grants. Updates will also be given on the ongoing GOCO rule making process and the search for a new GOCO executive director.

Summit County Manager Ron Holliday, appointed to the board in April, will represent the 2nd Congressional District at the meeting.

GOCO is the result of a citizens’ initiative that redirects a portion of Lottery proceeds to preserve and enhance parks, wildlife, trails, rivers and open space through strategic grants. Since 1994, GOCO has awarded more than $1.4 million for projects in Summit County.


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