Letters

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Email letters, March 19, 2013

By Staff

Schools reflect the communities they serve I’ve followed with interest the continuing debate and developments concerning school safety, security, and bullying in Mesa County and elsewhere. As a District 51 taxpayer and one with a ...


Printed letters, March 19,2013

By Staff

This is in regard to the headline, “State report: Toddler’s death shows need for training in Mesa County.” I think the training in Mesa County needs to happen at the Human Services Department, not with those who did report ...


Email letters, March 18, 2013

By Staff

Colorado’s ‘brand’ draws in new residents, business In his March 15 column, Josh Penry earns his paycheck as a gun-rights advocate, but he flunks as a branding consultant. He excoriates the legislature for spending time on ...


Printed letters, March 17, 213

By Staff

Referred Measure A is a question of assigning appropriate zoning to land. The ballot question is burdened with language referring to trail easements that are irrelevant to the real issue at hand. The Grand Valley Master Trail Plan designates ...


Email letters, March 15, 2013

By Staff

Vote ‘No’ on Ref. A to support riverfront vision Brady Trucking Company is a fine upstanding business, but it failed to ask several questions when it purchased the three riverfront parcels that it now owns: Were the properties ...


Printed letters, March 15, 2013

By Staff

As a law-abiding gun owner, I detest the mass killings that have taken place in this country, just like every other sensible person. I resent, however, our lawmakers in Denver pushing through new bills that anyone can see will have ...


Email letters, March 14, 2013

By Staff

Honor those working to clean up riverfront Referred Measure A is a question of assigning appropriate zoning to land. The ballot question is burdened with language referring to trail easements that are irrelevant to the real issue at hand. The ...


Email letters, March 13, 2013

By Staff

BLM should clean up unsightly Rabbit Valley signs The BLM’s Draft Travel Management Plan “Balanced Plan Alt. B” would close 187,900 acres to motorized use and 158,500 acres to mechanized travel. It would limit 897,500 acres ...


Published letters, March 14, 2013

By Staff

I am very disappointed with the recent approval of the Transportation Capacity Payment fee increase that will be added to new businesses and contractors when paying for a permit. I can hardly comprehend why Laura Luke, Jim Doody, Bennett ...


Printed letters, March 13, 2013

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel recently endorsed my candidacy for City Council. While I appreciate the endorsement, the editorial indicated that I supported adoption of Referred Measure B on the city’s April 2 election ballot. I am writing to ...


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