Letters

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Printed letters, January 1, 2012

By Staff

I am certainly no expert on gas and oil exploration, but common sense sometimes trumps so-called technical knowledge. I would like to share some thoughts on the recent decision by the BLM to open up tracts of land in the North Fork Valley to ...


Email letters, December 30, 2011

By Staff

Politicians have engaged in ‘spending it forward’ We are all familiar with the phrase “pay it forward.” For the past few decades, politicians on both sides of the aisle have engaged in this practice, only with a ...


Email letters, December 29, 2011

By Staff

Tea party movement is not in decline I would like to respond to poor old Bill Grant about the decline of the tea party as a political force. Clearly, he would like people to believe that tea party people, in his own words, “are about ...


Email letters, December 28, 2011

By Staff

New light bulbs aren’t necessarily better I find it necessary to respond to Joe Capodice’s letter on the changeover to the new electric light bulbs which are supposed to last a long time and save the consumer a considerable amount ...


Printed letters, December 29, 2011

By Staff

After watching the silly process to extend the Social Security payroll tax cut, I have decided that our country is on the road to failure. Looking at the reasons that people give, arguing we need the return of Social Security money when the ...


Email letters, December 27, 2011

By Staff

Doody, Brown show little concern for taxpayers With the firing of Laurie Kadrich I see our local Jim Doody more interested in getting his way than is publicly serving the people of Grand Junction. Just like Paul Brown assuring that around 5 ...


Printed letters, December 28, 2011

By Staff

In this confusing political climate, it’s important to let people in the region know about one of our advocates in Washington. At a time when budgets are tight, Congressman Scott Tipton understands that community health centers are a ...


Email letters, December 26, 2011

By Bob Silbernagel

Downtown stores should stay open later On Thursday before Christmas my husband and I wanted to have an evening of dinner and shopping downtown. All the restaurants and bars were open, but no stores. We ended up at the mall of course. How can ...


Printed letters, December 27, 2011

By Staff

I was dismayed to read that the City Council had disregarded its own comprehensive plan in failing to support zone changes in three areas. I attended virtually every meeting on the plan and registered my views along with many other residents. ...


Printed letters, Dec. 25, 2011

By Staff

Wow! Have you been to Powderhorn Mountain Resort yet? My husband and I went there on opening weekend and loved all the improvements, plus they had great snow. Improvements that I really liked were friendly people to greet us, upgrading the ...


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