Letters

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Printed letters, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Are Mesa County kids important? Did you know that Mesa County’s kids are the least important kids in the state? You may disagree with that notion — I know I do — but that’s the message we are clearly sending to the ...


Email letters, Sept. 29, 2011

By Staff

Prop. 103 is just a huge tax increase Proposition 103 (raising state income and sales taxes “for schools”), on this November’s ballot (mail in ballots start Oct. 11), is the biggest tax increase in state history. The average ...


Printed letters, Sept. 29, 2011

By Staff

Colorado has added more than most other states to the current federal oil industry regulations. The Mesa County commissioners also spent $160,000 for consultants to come up with new county regulations. A lot of companies cancelled drilling ...


Email letters, Sept. 28, 2011

By Staff

Bradford is available to her constituents I want to take this opportunity to thank Rep. Laura Bradford for her help in resolving a matter with a local government agency. I had contacted a number of state and local representatives regarding ...


Printed letters Sept. 28, 2011

By Staff

Business adds jobs as demand goes up. Less demand because of job losses means less product sold, and it does not matter if the job lost is a government job or a private one. Big businesses are hoarding their money because they do not have ...


Email letters, Sept. 27, 2011

By Staff

Trudeau is a great contemporary cartoonist I couldn’t believe the recent letter from Mike McInaney, that suggested The Daily Sentinel remove “Doonesbury” from the comic page. Gary Trudeau is one of our great contemporary ...


Printed letters, Sept. 27, 2011

By Staff

On Sept. 8, The Daily Sentinel published a story about two school board candidates, Ann Tisue and Aryan Leany, who oppose Referred Measure 3B. Misunderstandings about 3B have been expressed by numerous people in the “Letters” and ...


Email letters, Sept. 26, 2011

By Staff

Flaming Gorge pipeline would be bad for the state As the summer tourism season ends and fall begins, it is a fitting time to remember what drives our Western Slope counties. We shouldn’t underestimate our namesake Colorado River and the ...


Printed letters, Sept. 25, 2011

By Staff

Since the August field hearing in Grand Junction to discuss the “roadblocks to development of oil shale,” hosted by Reps. Scott Tipton and Doug Lamborn, there has been much attention given to both the perceived good and bad ...


Printed letters, Sept. 23, 2011

By Staff

It is very saddening to read Bill Grant’s column. Many people who read such writings will undoubtedly be influenced by the impassioned rhetoric and won’t take the time to research whether facts support the position he ...


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