Letters

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Printed Letters: April 27, 2016

By Staff

City council to be commended for investing in the community I was thrilled to hear that last week our City Council members voted unanimously on the Monument Road Project. As a local business owner, I am excited to see our city leadership ...


Email letters, April 26, 2016

By Staff

Diverse businesses fear upheaval of boom/bust cycles Apparently the Rick Wagner groupthink didn’t get the article’s “lesson” about iron extraction in the Iron Range of Minnesota. The lesson? Diverse businesses fear ...


Printed Letters: April 26, 2016

By Staff

Boycott JUCO until committee apologizes JUCO officials say they want inclusiveness to be a mark of the JUCO games. But when they say “inclusiveness,” what do they mean? Do they mean they want to make everyone, regardless of ...


Email letters, April 25, 2016

By Staff

Commissioners considered their financial well-being before the county’s children I am writing to ask our county commissioners to reconsider their pay raise in the light of their recent decision to terminate $35,000 in funding for the ...


Printed Letters: April 24, 2016

By Staff

Downtown officials working on parking In 1962, Operation Foresight completely changed the landscape of Downtown Grand Junction’s Main Street, making us the envy of many western towns that were grappling with how to maintain downtown as ...


Email letters, April 22, 2016

By Staff

JUCO committee needs to seriously think about replacing banquet speaker The JUCO committee needs to seriously think about replacing Curt Schilling as the banquet speaker. I am worried he will make the banquet bigger than the tournament. The ...


Printed Letters: April 22, 2016

By Staff

Regulations find balance between cost and harm Rick Wagner’s most recent column wanders through a lot of truisms, and some not so true, to arrive, finally, at his usual place — all roads of economic tension and problems lead to ...


Email letters, April 21, 2016

By Staff

Illegally blacked out windows in vehicles constitute a real danger to other drivers Illegally blacked out/overly tinted windows in vehicles constitute a real danger to other drivers. The driver’s vision is reduced, especially at night. ...


Printed Letters: April 21, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction behind the times with burning As a physician on the front lines of treating patients with asthma and other chronic lung diseases, I strongly support a city-wide non-agricultural open burning ban. Any physician who treats these ...


Email letters, April 20, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction behind the times in establishing non-agricultural open burning ban As a physician on the front lines of treating patients with asthma and other chronic lung diseases, I strongly support a city-wide non-agricultural open ...


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