Top stories on summitdaily.com for the week of Oct. 14
Editor’s note: Social calls is compiled from comments taken from the Summit Daily website and Facebook page.
“Need to install some stadium seating with a good view of this intersection. This layout+snow+gapers=endless entertainment.” Clayton Moore on “Silverthorne backs 110 with hope for Exit 205”
“Keep your money Breckenridge I’m going to Copper and Keystone to spend my money” — Jeff Yates on “Breckenridge offers free parking at town-owned lots until Nov. 19”
“When was the last local tax increase that your editorial board opposed? Have you ever? Just curious...” — Aaron Parmet on “Summit Daily editorial: Our county’s future depends on 1A”
“I don’t know who talked the council into this boondoggle. There is zero need for fiber optic. The prices are not cheaper than Comcast. 99% of the users will not need the extra speed. No business needs faster than Comcast business. What happens when half of the residence don’t switch? There will be cost overruns. The town is going to take a bath on this. 25 million is a lot of money to invest in something we already have. I am dumbfounded that the town is moving forward with this.” — Russell Epstein on “Breckenridge OKs $8 million to build town-owned fiber optic network”
“Good to know they can figure out fiber optic networks...but a parking garage is like rocket science” — John Mcvean on “Breckenridge OKs $8 million to build town-owned fiber optic network”
“Yes, let’s raise property taxes since many people subject to this tax can’t vote in Summit County. Owners pass increase on to tenants, rent increases, the government asks for more “affordable housing” money.... repeat cycle.” Daryl Ivan Miller on “Summit Daily editorial: Our county’s future depends on 1A”
Editor’s note: Stories in this list received the most page views on SummitDaily.com for the past week.
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