A taxing decision

A taxing decision

There are 4 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Mar 15, 2011, titled A taxing decision. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

Larimer County has prevailed in the latest round of its battle against the YMCA of the Rockies` attempt to gain tax-exempt status.

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Kristina Whatley

Estes Park, CO

#1 Nov 6, 2013
I dedicated 26 years of my life at the YCMA. I will always love the YMCA. Went to camp at the Y since I was 8. My kids went to camp for 8 years. But I was let go for breaking a policy after 26 years. No verbal or written warnings. Good evaluations for 20 years. The director of customer service has never liked me and has tried to fire me many times she has never like me. I will always love the YMCA, just not Mary Sullenger who only cares about her status at the YMCA. She is not a Christian and no one has looked into because I am no one with a voice because i'm not a director and can't pay for a lawyer. The Y had a lawyer at my unemployment hearing and I lost. Im still going to buy plots for burial for my family at the YMCA. I still stand for the core values. Love you people.
Kristina Whatley

Estes Park, CO

#2 Nov 6, 2013
I dedicated 26 years of my life at the YCMA. I will always love the YMCA. Went to camp at the Y since I was 8. My kids went to camp for 8 years. But I was let go for breaking a policy after 26 years. No verbal or written warnings. Good evaluations for 20 years. The director of customer service has never liked me and has tried to fire me many times she has never like me. I will always love the YMCA, just not Mary Sullenger who only cares about her status at the YMCA. She is not a Christian and no one has looked into because I am no one with a voice because i'm not a director and can't pay for a lawyer. The Y had a lawyer at my unemployment hearing and I lost. Im still going to buy plots for burial for my family at the YMCA. I still stand for the core values. Love you people.



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Kristina WhatTheFley

Sterling, CO

#3 Nov 7, 2013
Just in case you didn't catch libel the first time:

I dedicated 26 years of my life at the YCMA. I will always love the YMCA. Went to camp at the Y since I was 8. My kids went to camp for 8 years. But I was let go for breaking a policy after 26 years. No verbal or written warnings. Good evaluations for 20 years. The director of customer service has never liked me and has tried to fire me many times she has never like me. I will always love the YMCA, just not Mary Sullenger who only cares about her status at the YMCA. She is not a Christian and no one has looked into because I am no one with a voice because i'm not a director and can't pay for a lawyer. The Y had a lawyer at my unemployment hearing and I lost. Im still going to buy plots for burial for my family at the YMCA. I still stand for the core values. Love you people.
James Parker

Denver, CO

#4 Nov 7, 2013
At least Kristina Whatley has the nerve to include her name, which is more than 98% of the cowardly name callers on here can say.

Go ahead, call me names.

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