Letters

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E-mail letters, December 7, 2010

By Staff

Don’t exempt Congress from federal pay freeze Why does the proposed federal pay freeze not include members of Congress or their staffs? This is yet another example of how members of Congress (from both parties) are totally out of touch ...


E-mail letters, December 6, 2010

By Staff

Planning group erred on gravel-pit appeal The city of Grand Junction has, by law, a rehearing and appeal process for Planning Commission issues. I had anticipated seeing this process in action on Nov. 9. However, what I witnessed was inaction ...


Printed letters, Dec. 7, 2010

By Staff

Safety should have priority over image This is in response to Jim Langford’s Dec. 1 letter, “Speed traps harm local image,” which leads me to believe that he and others need a reality check. These “traps” are ...


Printed letters, Dec. 5, 2010

By Staff

START Treaty is important security Charles Krauthammer, with Washington Post Writers Group, is presented by The Daily Sentinel as an intellectual, yet his views on the new START Treaty presents him more as a crazy Republican ...


E-mail letters, December 3, 2010

By Staff

Republicans don’t appear truly concerned on economy If it were truly the intent of the Republican leadership in their actions the past week to create jobs and promote prosperity within this nation, to lead us forward with visionary ...


Printed letters, Dec. 3, 2010

By Staff

The community of Glade Park is skeptical about hearing that the trailer intended for our Post Office is going to be “temporarily” sent to Como, Colo., until spring. However, it is encouraging to hear Al DeSarro, spokesman for the ...


E-mail letters, December 2, 2010

By Staff

DREAM Act will benefit all of us In January we remember Martin Luther King, Jr. and the epic speech that lit a fire for civil rights nearly half a century ago. This week, our Congress will consider voting on an issue closely connected to that ...


Printed letters, Dec. 2, 2010

By Staff

I want to commend Gary Harmon on his excellent article about the GAO Report on oil shale and water. The GAO report wisely recommends that the federal government take steps on oil shale right now, including the establishment of baseline ...


E-mail letters, Dec. 1, 2010

By Staff

Obeying speed limits eliminates speed traps In response to Mr. Langhorn’s concerns about the speed traps he encountered. We, too, traveled through Delta and Montrose over the Thanksagiving weekend. I am quite familiar with the speed ...


E-mail letters, November 30, 2010

By Staff

Water is no longer a killer for oil shale I want to commend Gary Harmon on his excellent article about the GAO Report on oil shale and water. The GAO report wisely recommends that the federal government take steps on oil shale right now, ...


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