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#Frisco #Colorado

Frisco cancels town council election due to lack of candidates.

Frisco has cancelled its town council election after only four candidates were left vying for four vacant seats by the Jan. 30 filing deadline. On Apr. 3, all four candidates will be deemed elected, and the election that was previously scheduled for that date has been canceled.

Local business owner and former Frisco town councilman Dan Fallon will be returning to town hall to assume a four-year term. In addition to his 2006-2008 council term, the 28-year Frisco resident has also served on the town's Master Plan Committee, Housing Task Force and Marina Master Plan Committee.

"I know from experience the considerable time required of a council member to responsibly represent the concerns of the citizens," Fallon wrote in a candidate bio. "I have the time to make this a priority and I believe that my 20-plus years of business experience would be an asset on the council as it prepares to meet the challenges looming in the next term."

Melissa Sherburne, who currently sits on the Frisco Planning Commission, will also be taking on a four-year term. She has lived in Frisco for the past seven years and serves as director of acquisitions for development company Brynn Grey Partners.

"Housing is vital to our future and will require creative solutions in the years ahead," Sherburne wrote in her candidate bio. "As a resident of Peak One Neighborhood, I see every day what a positive impact a great neighborhood can have on individuals and families. Our council needs to ensure that there are opportunities for people of all ages, incomes, and stages of life to live and thrive in Frisco."

Sherburne and Fallon will be replacing outgoing councilman Dan Kibbie and councilwoman Kim Cancelosi. Incumbents Rick Ihnken and Hunter Mortensen will be returning to council for two- and four-year terms, respectively.
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#Breckenridge #Colorado

The latest market trends from Breckenridge and Summit County Colorado.

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#Breckenridge #Colorado

Breckenridge ranked number two town to visit.

Breckenridge is the second-best town with a population under 100,000 to visit in the country, according to a new ranking from U.S. News and World Report.

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#Summit County #Colorado

The Blue River and the gold medal designation.

Since last spring when about a third of Summit County's Blue River was stripped of a prized fishing designation due to inadequate production levels, efforts are ongoing to solve this ecological riddle.

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#Colorado

State agencies meet in Silverthorne to create strategies for reducing highway animal deaths.

Nearly 7,000 wild animals were cut down by passing trucks and cars in 2016, according to roadkill survey data from the Colorado Department of Transportation, resulting in two human fatalities and almost 400 injuries. Year over year since 2013, the CDOT region that includes Summit County has had the highest wildlife mortality rate, with almost 2,100 deaths — roughly 81 percent of which were deer or elk.

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#Keystone #Colorado

Summer snow tubing at Keystone.

On June 20, temperatures at Keystone Resort tipped close to the 80-degree mark for the first time this summer, which is nothing short of balmy in the Colorado High Country.

In other words, conditions were perfect for summer snow tubing at 11,640 feet.

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#Colorado

Governor takes a spin in visit to possible link to Alma-to-Aspen trail loop.

Governor John Hickenlooper doesn't have a lot of spare time for bike rides, but on Thursday he got the chance to cruise down several miles of the Summit County recreation path from Copper Mountain to Frisco.

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#Silverthorne #Colorado

A look at the $9 million Silverthorne Performing Arts Center.

People have been driving by the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center for months, watching as the new $9 million facility took shape and wondering what's inside. However, with "Sister Act" set to debut there Friday night and a daylong grand-opening celebration planned for Saturday, that wait is almost over.

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