Estes businesses can remove green placards

Full story: Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park Division of Building Safety placed green, yellow, or red placards on buildings during rapid damage assessments immediately after the flood to let residents know about the conditions of their buildings.
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remove "JusSprayinEP" from the list of the living and bury his racist a** six feet under. Butt up, of course, so his half brothers and stepdads can have a few more goes.

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Slow day at your local ISP offices, eh troll?
Do you ever wonder

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JustSayinEP wrote:
Slow day at your local ISP offices, eh troll?
If this is the same dolt jerking everyone else's chain by talking with himself as the sex pervert in hiding and the lucid one calling him out?

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