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Well, who really believed Castle Rock could pull off an art district? By this one act of removal, Castle Rock has illustrated it won't work in this town. Small-mindedness and art don't mix.
Nice way to make a statement there, folks. Please keep religion out of government.Please allow free expression.
I appreciate gypsy29's thoughts on Mother Nature's propensity to keep us humans on our toes when it comes to the weather. But this issue wasn't about the controversy over global warming. It was really about the fact that a government entity stifled the speech of the artist. As is mentioned in the article above, public money is not used to fund public art projects in Castle Rock so I respectfully disagree with Mayor Donahue's assertion that the council has the right to play culture cop with public art exhibitions.I would hope every resident in Castle Rock contacts their council member (if you don't know who represents you, contact the town clerk's office at 303.660.1367 and they will provide you with that information). Let them know you appreciate the job they do but would prefer they stick to town business. To be sure, council members spend a huge amount of their time making sure Castle Rock is headed in the right direction. It's up to us as residents and business owners to help them stay on task. I would argue that sifting through the town's stable of public art to parse out what's controversial and then yanking pieces of art that don't meet their criteria does not constitute as time well spent. Thieves are doing a fine job of that all on their own (see http://www.ourcoloradonews.com/castlerock/news/statues-go-missing-around-castle-rock/article_aae3717e-0e61-11e3-9726-0019bb2963f4.html).
seasons and weather are in the hands of God and this Gobal warming thing is just about as asinine as any i have ever seen in my long blessed life ive live thru tornadoes floods the dust bowl dozens of blizzards etc mother nature is not changing any of her future plans so you can spend millions trying to stop her it wont happen Give it up
Corey McNellis was a two-time Colorado wrestling champion at Ponderosa. His older brother Chris was the Mustangs' first-ever state champ.
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