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Email letters, May 15, 2013

By Staff

Corner of 30 and D 1/2 roads is prime spot for grocery store There is a huge empty lot at 30 Road and D 1/2 Road that would be the perfect spot for a grocery store. Our area at this end of town is “forgotten” and we need more ...


Printed letters, May 15, 2013

By Staff

As a taxpayer and business owner who supports my city, I oppose the city reinstating its membership in the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce. Over the 30-plus years that I have lived here, I have watched the chamber change from a ...


Email letters, May 14, 2013

By Staff

City can use $6K in better ways than funding chamber As a taxpayer and business owner who supports my city, I oppose the city reinstating its membership in the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce. Over the 30-plus years that I have lived ...


Printed letters, May 14, 2013

By Staff

NRA spokesman Wayne LaPierre recently asked, “How many Bostonians wished they had a gun two weeks ago?” Did his light bulb burn out just before he thought of that? No doubt violent thoughts abounded that day, but if anyone there ...


Email letters, May 13, 2013

By Staff

Man-made global warming increasing at alarming rate A Sentinel writer quotes The Weekly Standard as his source refuting man-caused global climate change? That’s not much different than using “Saturday Night Live” as a source ...


Printed letters, May 12, 2013

By Staff

After reading The Daily Sentinel’s article about the misuse and possible fraud by the former county commissioners regarding TABOR and use of sales taxes to get around refunding money to the local taxpayers, I thought it was important to ...


Email letters, May 10, 2013

By Staff

Administration allowed Benghazi attack Elijah Cummings of Maryland is one of the “useful idiots” who asked Rep. Issa to drop investigation of Eric Holder over Fast and Furious. I believe Benghazi — and I have not wavered in ...


Printed letters, May 10, 2013

By Staff

Dennis Webb’s May 4 article in The Daily Sentinel reported on carcinogenic benzene contaminates found from a natural gas liquid leak into Parachute Creek that exceeded state drinking water standards. Benzene levels exceeded the drinking ...


Email letters, May 9, 2013

By Staff

School District 51 merits applause for reading scores School District 51 greatly deserves our applause for the third-grade reading scores reported in today’s paper. The district beat the state by one percentile point and has continued a ...


Printed letters

By Staff

The city of Fruita and the towns of Palisade and Collbran all include their portion of the 1981 voter-approved county sales tax in their TABOR revenue limit calculation. Mesa County and the city of Grand Junction currently do not include this ...


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