Letters

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Printed letters, August 31, 2010

By Staff

Right-to-hunt notice passed by commission Thanks to Commissioner Steve Acquafresca and the board of the county commissioners for passing a right-to-hunt notice earlier this year. The notice is intended to inform new property owners that ...


Printed letters, August 29, 2010

By Staff

Tipton failed to do his homework I attended a retired state and school employee meeting in Cortez in May and found Scott Tipton was going to speak. Senate Bill 1 had been passed recently and was a topic that most state employees were very ...


E-mail letters, August 27, 2010

By Staff

Vote against Amend. 60 and 61 and Prop. 101 if you like paying taxes In response to the Bill Grant column published Aug. 25, let me just propose this: If you like to pay taxes (fees, levy, etc. or whatever the Colorado Supreme Court decides ...


E-mail letters, August 26, 2010

By Staff

Habitat for Humanity should be buying homes Here we have a glut of homes for sale and in foreclosure because of the economy, yet Habitat for Humanity is happily building new ones. Why can’t they buy one of the many sitting on the market ...


Printed letters, August 27, 2010

By Staff

Habitat for Humanity should be buying houses Here we have a glut of homes for sale and in foreclosure because of the economy, yet Habitat for Humanity is happily building new ones. Why can’t they buy one of the many sitting on the ...


Printed letters, August 26, 2010

By Staff

Mosque would honor those lost As leaders in Grand Valley Faith Community and participants in the Grand Valley Interfaith Network, we respond with sadness to the flurry of misinformed editorials and letters that fan the fires of religious ...


E-mail letters, August 25, 2010

By Staff

Railroad should help maintain parkway’s beauty It’s really a shame that after the millions that were spent on the new Riverside Parkway that the Union Pacific Railroad chooses not to be a good corporate neighbor. While the city ...


E-mail letters, August 25, 2010

By Staff

Mosque near Ground Zero is a political statement The issue of an Islamic mosque within two blocks of Ground Zero is troubling. The site is the center of the 9/11 attack conducted by extremists in the name of Islam against the United States ...


Printed letters, August 25, 2010

By Staff

John Salazar right about energy independence My respect for Rep. John Salazar just went up dramatically when he opined that energy independence for the United States will depend on clean coal and nuclear as in the modern and safe designs in ...


E-mail letters, August 23, 2010

By Staff

Lack of confidence in Obama has spurred debate over Ground Zero mosque Regarding the mosque slated to be built in New York City: This project has been approved by the mayor of New York City. A city community board voted 29-1 in favor of the ...


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