Letters

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E-mail letters, June 24, 2010

By Staff

Wagner’s attack on Romanoff don’t make much sense One must wonder why Rick Wagner would go to the trouble of trying to discourage Andrew Romanoff in the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate? I am sure he must realize that no ...


Printed letters, June 25, 2010

By Staff

County medical clinic will cost area taxpayers It was rather surprising to see the reasoning that two of our conservative county commissioners offered regarding the county getting into the health care business. If the county saves money by ...


E-mail letters, June 23, 2010

By Staff

Why don’t local officials heed their own slogan? Time after time, I hear our local elected officials and businessmen using the slogan, “Buy locally.” And I always try to do that. However who are the worst offenders when it ...


Printed letters, June 24, 2010

By Staff

Political campaigning has always been a case of candidates promising things they can’t possibly deliver. They speak about correcting problems or situations about which they have no experience and aren’t sufficiently informed. Most ...


E-mail letters, June 22, 2010

By Staff

McInnis is more experienced gubernatorial candidate In the article by Charles Ashby titled, “Itemized fees annoy customers, Maes contends,” on Page 7A Maes that Xcel Energy and other power suppliers should pay to build their own ...


Printed letters, June 23, 2010

By Staff

Teller Arms parking lot has never been very full This is in response to the complaining about the veterans using the Teller Arms Shopping Center for parking when the VA hospital lot is full: First of all, Lorraine Erickson should be standing ...


E-mail letters, June 21, 2010

By Staff

Why exempt hotel project from development fees? What was the Grand Junction City Council thinking with its decision, “Council waives fees for downtown hotel at Third and Main”? Was the almost quarter of a million dollars for the ...


Printed letters, June 20, 2010

By Staff

School board decision was not surprising While somewhat disappointing, the District 51 School Board’s decision to ignore two petitions, submitted on behalf of the public by Rose Pugliese and calling for the separation of political bias ...


E-mail letters, June 19, 2010

By Staff

Stricter rules needed to protect Colorado The ongoing spill in the Gulf of Mexico is another example of the oil and gas industry’s disregard for the hazards of drilling and the industry’s tendency to take cost- and time-saving ...


E-mail letters, June 18, 2010

By Staff

Medical marijuana belongs in licensed pharmacies I don’t understand the hand-wringing over the marijuana dispensers. Now we have “medical marijuana.”  Big deal. We also have medical narcotics, amphetamines, ...


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