Letters

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Email letters, June 10,  2013

By Staff

Tax increase could benefit public pensioners, not schools Watch for a $1 billion tax increase coming to your ballot in November. Supposedly it’s more money for schools. Who could possibly be against that?  But beware of the wolf ...


Printed letters, June 11, 2013

By Staff

The most visible issue confronting residents and visitors to the Grand Valley alike is the constant begging, panhandling and harassment by one group of people or another. Panhandlers have become emboldened due to the permissive stance and lack ...


Printed letters, June 9, 2013

By Staff

Charles Ashby’s June 4 article about recall efforts targeting Colorado legislators who supported commonsense, gun-control legislation clarifies for me why Republicans hate the IRS. The IRS, in doing its job of questioning whether the ...


Email letters, June 7,  2013

By Staff

Prudhomme wisely points out dangers of big money in politics Joel Prudhomme in his June 5 letter to the editor points out the dangers that can accrue from allowing big spenders to dominate politics. In the 2012 election a prominent big ...


Printed letters, June 7, 2013

By Staff

Josh Penry laments that we are no longer a nation of doers? That’s pretty funny.    According to Josh, we are not a nation of progress creating things such as the Industrial Revolution, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Glen ...


Email letters, June 6,  2013

By Staff

Sheriffs take appropriate action on gun laws Kudos to The Daily Sentinel for editorially criticizing the misguided partisan recall effort targeting Democratic Colorado Senate President John Morse (“Morse recall effort is decidedly off ...


Email letters, June 5,  2013

By Staff

Homeowners must resist a raise in mill levy this fall Recently property owners in Mesa County received new evaluations of the worth of their properties in the eyes of the assessor’s office. Property lost value across the board, some by ...


Printed letters, June 6, 2013

By Staff

Many thanks to The Daily Sentinel for the editorial on May 26, addressing myths abut the Colorado National Monument. Many inaccuracies about the potential damage in designation of the monument to a national park are floating around the ...


Printed letters, June 5, 2013

By Staff

Regarding the article in the May 29 Daily Sentinel about how the environmentalists are again threatening to sue the BLM over oil shale, I say: Really? These fringe extremists have already hijacked public policy and the legal process, and they ...


Email letters, June 4,  2013

By Staff

Since helmets have drawbacks, adult riders should have choice This letter is in response to the person who thinks that because seatbelts are mandatory, motorcycle helmets should be. Thirty states allow motorcyclists to make their own ...


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