Letters

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Printed letters, June 21, 2013

By Staff

I ‘ve read the recent letters to the editor calling for a tax increase to fund the Colorado Firefighting Air Corps with great interest. I wonder if these people know that Democrats in the General Assembly passed a $21 billion budget for ...


Email letters, June 20,  2013

By Staff

Make funding firefighting air corps a critical priority I’ve read the recent letters to the editor calling for a tax increase to fund the Colorado Firefighting Air Corps with great interest. I wonder if these people know that Democrats ...


Printed letters, June 20, 2013

By Staff

The article in The Daily Sentinel June 16 seemed to imply that Karen Sjoberg has little conception of what is involved in the air in the valley in an inversion. She is apparently advocating the shutdown of the airport, Interstate 70 and the ...


Email letters, June 19,  2013

By Staff

Gauntlet raised more than $16K for Special Olympics The outpouring of community support for The Gauntlet fundraiser was amazing. This was the second year for the event. It was held Saturday, May 11, in Grand Junction and raised $16,266.39 for ...


Email letters, June 18,  2013

By Staff

Investing in wildfire protection would be worth high price tag Sen. Steve King’s recent bill for state wildfire protection is a law that has become necessary. But it’s unfunded. Why? No one wants to pay for it. It’s up to ...


Printed letters, June 18, 2013

By Staff

As with much of what he writes, Rick Wagner is simply wrong on the facts in his latest column on the Avalon Theatre. The Grand Ole Opry was not torn down. Indeed, it was saved by a concerted community effort and private enterprise and is now ...


Email letters, June 17,  2013

By Staff

Butler’s word was his bond While we were away, my husband Bob and I received the news that our friend Harry Butler had departed from this life. Harry and I’ve known each other for 55 years. Bob recalls their friendship through ...


Printed letters, June 16, 2013

By Staff

As I watched the June 5 City Council meeting, I couldn’t help but be amused — and appalled — at the childish behavior of some of the advocates for the Avalon project when it seemed they weren’t getting their way. The ...


Email letters, June 14,  2013

By Staff

Exactly who will be coming to the Avalon? Letter writer Paula Struckman states the Avalon project “is not just a business investment but also an investment in a quality of life that cannot be measured in dollars and ...


Printed letters, June 14, 2013

By Staff

If you own property of any kind on Orchard Mesa, hold on to your hat. The relatively new federal bureaucracy known as the 521 Drainage Authority has taken it upon itself to commission a report by an independent water-engineering firm to ...


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