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Printed letters, Sept. 18, 2011

By Staff

The Sept. 13 article on airport land leases did not mention two specific items. First is that the airport authority, not state law or FAA rules and regulations, determines land lease policy. That policy used to include a new lease with the ...


Printed letters, Sept. 16, 2011

By Staff

HR 1351 would help save Postal Service The United States Postal Service has been in the news lately, with stories of doom and despair on how the Postal Service is broke. Many offices in the valley (Palisade, Clifton, Fruita and Whitewater) ...


Email letters, Sept. 15, 2011

By Staff

Congress raided Social Security into insolvency In a recent Daily Sentinel editorial about Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s calling Social Security a Ponzi scheme, I wish the Sentinel had pointed out that the original concept was sound. ...


Printed letters, Sept. 15, 2011

By Staff

The number of acres available for recreation is shrinking. This is attributable to the requirements mandated by federal laws requiring the land management agencies to regulate impact to these lands. The cost and time involved to complete ...


Email letters, Sept. 14, 2011

By Staff

Stereotype of tea part is incorrect In response to the letter from E. Michael Ervin printed on Sept. 13 concerning the Tea part. I feel Mr. Ervin made several points (accusations?) that need to be rebutted. First off, I do consider myself to ...


Printed letters, Sept. 14, 2011

By Staff

City initially decided against 2011 bike race I am writing in response to Bret Mixon’s Sept. 1 letter in which he asserts that the Colorado National Monument missed the opportunity to host a leg of the 2011 Pro Cycling Challenge and ...


Printed letters, Sept. 13, 2011

By Staff

I do not have MSNBC on Dish Network. I was able to watch the Republican debate last week on the Internet through Politico.com. It was a spirited debate with some differing ideas on how to solve the many problems the government and the people ...


Email letters, Sept. 12, 2011

By Staff

Following fable would solve many problems The “fable of the Dall sheep and the wolves” by letter writer Hans Croeber of Montrose in The Daily Sentinel Sept. 9 is fantastic. The decline in the flock was caused by disease and ...


Printed letters, Sept. 11, 2011

By Staff

Voters skeptical of giving School District 51 additional funding from a TABOR override until the district conducts (in Rick Wagner’s words) “a fundamental re-examination of the system of delivery for education,” ought to look ...


Printed letters, Sept. 9, 2011

By Staff

On a recent trip to Alaska, I learned of the fable of the Dall sheep and the wolves. The Dall sheep population was in serious decline and wolves were being blamed. A study was commissioned and it was determined that the wolves were not the ...


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