Letters

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E-mail letters, May 2, 2011

By Staff

Front Range can meet its water needs on its own Water is an integral part of life in the West, and meeting our future water needs is one of the biggest issues facing all of Colorado. So it’s refreshing to see that a report released ...


Printed letters, May 3, 2011

By Staff

Why is it so difficult to understand that our country is in a serious financial crisis? If every month your family was borrowing 40 percent of your expenditures, to solve your problem you would have to do more than give up one lunch a month, ...


Printed letters, May 1, 2011

By Staff

A notice to residents of Mesa County: If you’re going before the county commissioners for approval or disapproval of a proposed project, you had better be the one holding the money. As a resident of Loma, I attended all meetings ...


Printed letters, April 29, 2011

By Staff

State Sen. Rollie Heath talks about competitive districts. Yet, he mostly ignores communities of interest. As the 3rd Congressional District representative on the State Board of Education, I’d like to point out another community of ...


E-mail letters, April 27, 2011

By Staff

Dems redistricting plan will hurt rural schools State Sen. Rollie Heath talks about competitive districts.  Yet he mostly ignores communities of interest. As the 3rd Congressional District representative on the State Board of ...


Printed letters, April 28, 2011

By Staff

This will sound like a real over simplification, but it has worked in the past and will work now.  Bringing down the cost of gas at the pump and the barrel price can happen almost overnight. If President Obama were to announce that the ...


E-mail letters, April 26, 2011

By Staff

‘Real’ unemployment rate much higher than listed After visiting with people at the Mesa County Workforce Center, I continue to worry about the “real” unemployment rate in Mesa County. While the 11 percent ...


Printed letters April 27, 2011

By Staff

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce has gone on record as requesting that the Western Slope remain essentially intact in the current redistricting effort. We believe, as was stated in The Daily Sentinel editorial on April 22, that we ...


E-mail letters, April 25, 2011

By Staff

Rural Colorado shorted in some redistricting maps The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce has gone on record as requesting that the Western Slope remain essentially intact in the current redistricting effort. We believe, as was stated in ...


Printed letters, April 26, 2011

By Staff

While I agree that dogs should not be allowed to run wild at the Downtown Farmers Market, I question the time spent by City Council and staff on such a trivial matter. I especially question a quote by Councilman Gregg Palmer as reported in The ...


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