Letters

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Printed letters, May 23, 2010

By Staff

City can’t afford to make field pretty Having read the article in The Daily Sentinel May 18 regarding the upgrading of Suplizio Field to make it look pretty, I felt compelled to respond. The responsibility of School District 51 is to ...


E-mail letters, May 21, 2010

By Staff

Wagner’s column thin on facts Rick Wagner’s columns on May 20 states that schools are teaching global warming that is not supported by science, but actually political agendas. His column actually does exactly what he is accusing ...


Printed letters, May 21, 2010

By Staff

Common sense absent in land-use editorial It seems that common sense isn’t that common anymore. The Daily Sentinel and Mesa County Commissioner Steve Acquafresca were wrong when they said that the commissioners already have legal ...


E-mail letters, May 19, 2010

By Staff

Internet is a deterrent to good job applicants I’ve been out of work since March 18. Did you know there are approximately 100 pages of jobs posted for the Grand Junction area on some websites? I know because I have been applying to at ...


Printed letters, May 20, 2010

By Staff

Clean, safe energy begins with mining Regarding Wayne Flick’s misinformed May 14 letter to the editor, proclaiming “green energy” as an “energy efficient solution that can curb global warming, create safe, green jobs ...


Printed letters, May 19, 2010

By Staff

Columnist was off-track in piece about OHV funds This is a rebuttal to the May 12 column by Bill Grant titled, “Colorado State Parks Board should reform allocation of OHV funds.” The current OHV grant process is funded by OHV ...


E-mail letters, May 18, 2010

By Staff

Obama disparages nation’s police officers President Obama last week made some nice remarks last week at the Police Day Memorial. Isn’t that special? Those words would have meant something if he did’t take every opportunity ...


E-mail letters, May 17, 2010

By Staff

Bill that Rep. King supported will be costly to West Slope In his letter to the editor defending his vote for House Bill 1365, Rep. Steve King states that he “voted for the 10th Amendment and for states’ rights.” I cannot ...


Printed letters, May 18, 2010

By Staff

Forest Service was right to reject ski expansion The U.S. Forest Service recently upheld a decision not to accept a proposal to expand lift-served skiing onto Snodgrass Mountain near Crested Butte. The Colorado conservation community strongly ...


Printed letters, May 16, 2010

By Staff

City should be stricter on transient camps Regarding the May 8 story, “Cops probed in damage complaint,” there are two questions that we need to answer: Did the officers in fact damage transient’s property? Does anybody ...


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