Letters

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Email Letters: July 21, 2017

By Staff

A bike tax could go to improve cycling community, access, and education As a Libertarian I am primarily a low tax kind of guy, but in the case of Sen. Ray Scott’s idea of bicycle taxation I come down more in support than against it. To ...


Printed Letters: July 21, 2017

By Staff

Don’t blame budget woes on accounting firm Commissioners should not be angry with the Chadwick accounting firm for the county’s capital budget woes. Any rational person would understand an $8 million debt from an insolvent ...


Email Letters: July 20, 2017

By Staff

Commissioners shouldn’t blame budget woes on accounting firm Commissioners should not be angry with the Chadwick accounting firm for the county’s capital budget woes. Any rational person would understand an $8 million debt from an ...


Printed Letters: July 20, 2017

By Staff

Critical to support 
criminal justice As we pour coffee and open our morning papers, sheriff’s deputies will be working to provide public safety services over more than 3,000 square miles of a county experiencing a growing ...


Email Letters: July 19, 2017

By Staff

Recent article about Fruita grad and rodeo horsewoman was refreshing Sentinel journalist Dale Shrull’s July 18 article on recent Fruita Monument graduate and rodeo horsewoman Ashtyn Carlson was an excellently refreshing chronicle of ...


Printed Letters: July 19, 2017

By Staff

Senate health care bill 
unfair to retirees Mesa County is a popular location for retirees. Many retirees these days are younger than 65, so not on Medicare yet. Do they know that the Senate health care bill discriminates on the basis ...


Email Letters: July 18, 2017

By Staff

Senate health bill would be unfair to retirees Mesa County is a popular location for retirees. Many retirees these days are younger than 65, so not on Medicare yet. Do they know that the Senate health care bill discriminates on the basis of ...


Printed Letters: July 18, 2017

By Staff

Wolves should take rightful place in wild This is in reference to Greg Walcher’s July 7 opinion piece: “My, what big teeth you have.” I was born and raised in New Mexico and lived there for over 46 of my 68 years.  I ...


Email Letters: July 17, 2017

By Staff

Columnist clearly doesn’t respect dissimilar political stance Surely Mr. Wagner realizes that “our friends on the left” is a much-overused political expression that carries little, if any, truth. I’m sure that for many ...


Printed Letters: July 16, 2017

By Staff

Applaud Hick on 
climate decision Public opinion polls show overwhelming disapproval of Trump’s decision to leave the Paris Accord. Over six in 10 oppose this move and say it damages U.S. global leadership. The survey finds ...


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