Letters

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Printed letters, April 22, 2012

By Staff

As a concerned citizen and resident of Mesa County for over 35 years, I am tired of Denver folks dictating what they believe is good for us. When I first heard about the effort to expand gambling to our great city, I assumed that this must be ...


Email letters, April 20, 2012

By Staff

Heritage Bill undermines long-standing protections Recently, the House of Representatives passed the Sportsman Heritage Bill. Sounds like a great thing for all us hunters and anglers out there, right? Read it in its entirety and spend an hour ...


Printed letters, April 20, 2012

By Staff

Last weekend proved to be a tale of two conventions. In Pueblo, we saw Democrats emerge fired up and ready to go for President Obama. Republicans, on the other hand, came out of Denver deeply divided and still undecided on who to support. I ...


Email letters, April 19, 2012

By Staff

Media focusing on the wrong things Our country is bankrupt, true unemployment (not the phony figures politicians and the government quote) is greater than 15 percent, personal bankruptcies and mortgage foreclosures are at an all time high, ...


Printed letters, April 19, 2012

By Staff

The story about a proposed housing complex near Patterson and 28 roads outlines the community’s need for more affordable housing units. Unfortunately, the term “low-income” has all too often been equated with ...


Email letters, April 18, 2012

By Staff

We can ill afford a representative like Dan Robinson The annual battle over the Long Bill budget for the state of Colorado began last week and after passing the House 64–1.Iit is now in the hands of the Senate. Incumbent in this battle ...


Printed letters, April 18, 2012

By Staff

At a recent event hosted by the Mesa County Conservation Forum, the candidates running for two Mesa County commissioner seats answered questions posed by an audience concerned about the future of trail development, the Colorado River, energy ...


Email letters, April 17, 2012

By Robin Dearing

Actual numbers, not percentages, would be more helpful I read with great interest the article by Mike Wiggins regarding the county employee exodus, presumable over the ongoing pay freeze. Normally Mike’s articles are a lot more ...


Printed letters, April 17, 2012

By Staff

It’s been said that green technology is in our future. I can’t argue with that, but I think perhaps it’s wishful thinking at this time. The way electric and hybrid cars are being hyped these days, you’d believe it was ...


Email letters, April 16, 2012

By Staff

April 15–21 is National Volunteer Week “Here’s to all volunteers, those dedicated people who believe in all work and no pay,” penned speechwriter Robert Orben. This National Volunteer Week, April 15-21, the American ...


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