Letters

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Printed letters, March 11, 2011

By Staff

The best arguments against government unions were made by President Franklin Roosevelt during the 1930s. Government unions are fairly new in our history. They are a privilege, not a right. When Congress passed pension reform in 1974, the law ...


E-mail letters, March 9, 2011

By Staff

Mesa County planning department hinders growth So the county building department has to lay off more people. Imagine that! Let’s see, after my wife and I came to the Planning and Zoning department to see if we could split a 5-acre ...


Printed letters, March 10, 2011

By Staff

Police are not too easy on the area’s homeless So, the police are too accommodating to the valley’s homeless, according to columnist Rick Wagner. Interesting, especially since School District 51 reports that it has 500 homeless ...


E-mail letters, March 8, 2011

By Staff

Jacob Richards offers hope and change When Obama was making his run for presidency two words were used repeatedly — hope and change. However, I do not think he was using them only in regards to himself. He was not the man to come and ...


Printed letters, March 9, 2011

By Staff

I have read twice in The Daily Sentinel where Fred Eggleston with Xcel Energy has suggested that the city of Grand Junction chose inferior street lights for Riverside Parkway over Xcel’s objection. That is not how the lights were ...


Printed letters, March 7, 2011

By Staff

Front Range groups must protect resources Regarding the Feb. 16 article, “Fisheries weigh options for, against diversions”: We appreciate The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of the potential impacts of the additional ...


E-mail letters, March 7, 2011

By Staff

There’s no need for writer to demonize the homeless I’ve been waiting for Rick Wagner to run out things to scare us with. Every week it’s the illegal aliens are after us, then its the Muslims, then the liberals, the death ...


Printed letters, March 6, 2011

By Staff

Making more cuts doesn’t make sense Paul Nelson and Jeff Wendland’s Feb. 27 column made some good points about the beauty of Mesa County’s abundant natural resources and discussed the importance of outdoor recreation ...


E-mail letters, March 4, 2011

By Staff

SB 126 would allow undocumented students in-state tuition Currently, the Colorado Legislature is tackling Senate Bill 126 entitled ASSET (Advancing Students for a Stronger Economy Tomorrow) that would allow undocumented students who have ...


E-mail letters, March 3, 2011

By Staff

Activist presents biased view of oil and gas industry As a fair and balanced resident of Battlement Mesa, I have naturally been following the fracking controversy. I only wish that more of the commentary could be informative, factual and ...


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