Letters

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Email letters, January 15, 2014

By Staff

New vehicle owners urged to speak up about inequity in fees I recently came across something that made me unhappy. I saw a registration for a brand-new rental vehicle. The registration fee, ownership tax and title fee for this vehicle totaled ...


Email letters, January 14, 2014

By Debra Dobbins

Rep. Scott must be unaware of Western Slope’s foul air This letter is in reference to Rep. Ray Scott’s recent op-ed piece, “Western Slope residents must fight Air Quality Control Commission” because the rules are based ...


Printed letters, January 14, 2014

By Staff

Incredible! That’s what came to mind when I read what Ken Toltz said. Concealed handguns threaten? Maybe, but it’s usually the one concealed by a criminal that is to be feared. Does he really believe that a criminal will care in ...


Email letters, January 13, 2014

By Staff

City’s many accomplishments refute recent editorial’s premise On Jan. 1 The Daily Sentinel ran an editorial entitled, “Local governments must dare greatly.”  Since that editorial, various columns and letters to ...


Printed letters, January 12, 2014

By Staff

In light of the numerous assignments to various panels and committees that require our county commissioners’ dedication and direction, is it time to suggest that Mesa County would benefit from having five members of the Board of ...


Email letters, January 10, 2014

By Debra Dobbins

Front Range pols indifferent to lack of fire districts It is time to call out Gov. John Hickenlooper’s attack dog, James Davis, executive director of Colorado Department of Public Safety, for what he is: a political hack fronting for ...


Printed letters, January 10, 2014

By Staff

Regarding the Jan. 4 article, “Gloomy Americans see a downhill slide in next four decades,” I would like to offer another perspective on the current generation of young people. My comments are based on 30 years’ experience ...


Email letters, January 9, 2014

By Debra Dobbins

Rural volunteer firefighters are competent, well-trained   On Dec. 31, the Sentinel published an op-ed piece from Sen. Steve King that left me with my mouth hanging open in insulted disbelief. As a volunteer firefighter for five years, ...


Email letters, January 9, 2014

By Debra Dobbins

Rural volunteer firefighters are competent, well-trained   On Dec. 31, the Sentinel published an op-ed piece from Sen. Steve King that left me with my mouth hanging open in insulted disbelief. As a volunteer firefighter for five years, ...


Printed letters, January 9, 2014

By Staff

In response to Sen. Steve King’s Dec. 31 letter to the editor regarding Gov. John Hickenlooper’s continuing efforts to address our wildfire threats, as executive director of the Department of Public Safety, I would like to relay ...


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