Glenwood SpringsPhoto courtesy Glenwood Springs Resort Association
I apologize to anyone – all three of you – anticipating a more regular blog over the last 10 weeks. I have returned to work full time to my day job and my other “civic” duties after my hip surgery. However, the one thing that has suffered most is this little blog. I have several items in queue for this blog but they are not quite ready yet. So, I will shamelessly promote another project that I have undertaken. Over the next year, I will be writing a series of articles for an on-line magazine, PlannersWeb.com geared toward citizen planners. The articles will cover some of the issues that Glenwood Springs, the Planning Commission, the Transportation Commission and City Council are facing. The idea is to make the connection with other citizen planners and municipalities that are tackling similar issues.
So, I give you the introductory article for PlannersWeb.com. As I have said before, I am a blatant promoter of Glenwood Springs . . . and I hope you agree with me that we live in a truly unique, beautiful area.
I am also changing the hosting site of this blog and so you may see some changes in how it looks over the next weeks. This is a huge challenge for a technologically incompetent person like me, but will be worth it in the long run. If you get emails about new posts, and you don’t want to get them, please let me know as I am trying to refine the mailing list associated with this blog.
This is a busy, exciting time for Glenwood Springs and for me and I am happy to be able to share it with you! But first, a question. What do you think are the three top priorities that Glenwood should be addressing over the next 3 years? I will share my findings with you very soon! Feel free to comment on this blog or comment via this form: