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Printed Letters: June 24, 2015

By Staff

It may be time to change our elections The approval rating of our elected officials, according to a Gallup poll, approached an all-time low in 2014, and has averaged less than 20 percent for the past 22 years. Oddly enough, we continue to put ...


Email letters, June 23, 2015

By Staff

Taylor Elementary community will miss Bud Lofvenborg Recently a wonderful man named Bud Lofvenborg passed away. He was an amazing friend to the students and staff of Taylor Elementary in Palisade. Every December for many years, Bud would ...


Printed Letters: June 23, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners must stop trying to control land trust After reading Friday’s paper, I have to wonder what planet Scott McInnis is from. He has a meeting with the Mesa Land Trust and wants them to give up all outside contact with ...


Email letters, June 22, 2015

By Staff

It may be time to create a change in our election process The approval rating of our elected officials, according to a Gallup poll, approached an all time low in 2014, and has averaged less than 20 percent for the past 22 years. Oddly enough, ...


Printed Letters: June 21, 2015

By Staff

Constructive dialogue on cycling requires civility The recent successful commercial bicycling events have spurred a predictable flurry of opinion page submissions from “both sides” regarding issues surrounding the increase in ...


Email letters, June 19, 2015

By Staff

McInnis’ lack of support for land conservation easements is puzzling Commissioner McInnis’ obsession with land conservation easements is puzzling. The Mesa Land Trust has obtained voluntary easements from many ranchers, fruit ...


Printed Letters: June 19, 2015

By Staff

Proposed gravel pit may impact local water use The proposed Uncompahgre gravel pit on the South-Valley viewshed proposes to be the most amazing gravel pit, concrete batch plant, and asphalt plant ever created: no carcinogens, no smells, no ...


Email letters, June 18, 2015

By Staff

Local client expresses satisfaction with Charter I would like to add my voice to that of Walter Copeland and express my satisfaction with Charter. Yes, there were some problems with the switchover. However, any problems I have had have been ...


Printed Letters: June 18, 2015

By Staff

Historic District sign flap has been resolved The recent debate over the Seventh Street sign has been misconstrued in the newspaper and elsewhere as a fight between the Historic District and Insurance Planning Alternatives. This is not the ...


Email letters, June 17, 2015

By Staff

Riverfront park development will be an outstanding amenity The Daily Sentinel rightly notes that a new Las Colonias riverfront park, rather than a boondoggle will be an outstanding amenity and economic development in the center of a city ...


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