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Silverthorne should pull together in wake of shopping center vote

Dave Seybold - Silverthorne

OK, so there’s been a recount and the outcome was the same. When is enough enough?

Silverthorne Advocates for Votes for Expansion (SAVE) and Yes for Silverthorne both publicly stated that they would accept the outcome of the Safeway vote and move on so that the community could heal.

SAVE does not appear to be holding true to their word. Throwing stones at the town clerk and county election staff about voter registration only serves to further divide the community.

When will it end? Are we going to start hiring lawyers and fighting over the residence and registration of every person who voted – for either side?

And yes, I am a second homeowner. But Silverthorne is my primary residence, the place I spend the most time, and the community I care about the most.

It’s time to focus on working together so that we can all move forward.

Dave Seyboldt


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