Letters

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Printed letters, May 8, 2011

By Staff

In what continues to be a difficult economy, our congressman is working to help find solutions. By working to improve the permitting processes for energy development in western Colorado and supporting an all-of-the-above energy strategy that ...


E-mail letters, May 5, 2011

By Staff

Name change necessary if Mesa State is to compete As a former student of Mesa State College, a business operator in the Grand Junction community, and current member of the business school adjunct faculty, I am able to provide an internal and ...


Printed letters, May 6, 2011

By Staff

In their commentary in the May 1 edition of The Daily Sentinel, advocating the merger of State Parks and Recreation and the Division of Wildlife, Sen. Gail Schwartz and Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg omitted four important facts. First, several ...


Printed letters, May 5, 2011

By Staff

In his April 19 column, Bill Grant attempted to portray me as some type of racist for my views concerning illegal immigration. He did this by attributing a quote to me comparing illegal immigrants to stray cats. I never said that, and I never ...


E-mail letters, May 4, 2011

By Staff

Planning Commission betrayed riverfront cleanup efforts How much time do Grand Junciton Planning Commission put in on their “planning” or how seriously do Planning Commission members take their job? On April 26, an article by ...


E-mail letters, May 3, 2011

By Staff

Oil shale and tar sands are just tax write-offs Water should be the most important and most well-guarded resource that we have in Colorado and the West. Water is especially more important than oil shale and tar sands development here in the ...


Printed letters, May 4, 2011

By Staff

Front Range can meet its own water needs 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 this ...


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 ...


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