Letters

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Printed letters, May 2, 2013

By Staff

It’s probably just business as usual when the controlling political party in Colorado introduces and expects passage of a 128-page bill, released late in the session after months of secret drafting. Might citizens be shocked and ...


Printed letters, May 1, 2013

By Staff

Well, it’s good that Mesa County has a new county administrator, even though the county commissioners never explained why they fired the previous administrator. I imagine the contract negotiations were tough, as the new administrator ...


Email letters, April 30, 2013

By Staff

Marketplace Fairness Act would inadvertently hurt small businesses The Marketplace Fairness Act seeks to force businesses to collect sales tax in more than 20 states across the country. This would encompass more than 9,646 tax jurisdictions ...


Printed letters, April 30, 2013

By Staff

The historic dream to elevate Colorado National Monument to a national park is well on its way. The cities of Fruita, Grand Junction and Palisade helped lead our grassroots charge. A host of others, including the Colorado National Monument ...


Email letters, April 29, 2013

By Staff

Sequester cuts hurt air travel while government perks fly high In years of failed budget talks, President Obama has threatened to cut military, social security, border control and disability payments. His “sequester” furloughed ...


Printed letters, April 28, 2013

By Staff

The Colorado County Clerks Association told every member of the Legislature and the secretary of state’s office late last year that we were interested in talking about new legislation to simplify and modernize our elections.  Why ...


Email letters, April 26, 2013

By Staff

President responsible for sequester problems If you don’t like problems caused by sequester, guess whose idea it was. His initials are B.O. DAVE E. BROWN Grand Junction Donate to Shriners but boycott inhumane circus Yet again, the ...


Printed letters, April 26, 2013

By Staff

The editorial on April 21 about the recent city expenditure regarding lead contamination at a firing range gave the inaccurate impression that lead is harmless unless ingested by children. This is false. The adverse effects on small mammals ...


Email letters, April 25, 2013

By Staff

Local leaders’ support of park status speaks volumes The historic dream to re-designate the Colorado National Monument a national park appears closer to fruition than ever before. The cities of Fruita, Grand Junction, and Palisade first ...


Printed letters, April 25, 2013

By Staff

As I sat in the City Council meeting last week, I knew something was very wrong. A feeling of mob rule dominated the proceedings. Then it occurred to me I was witnessing a scene very like that in a Paris courtroom during the French ...


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