Letters

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Email letters, August 6, 2015

By Staff

Congress should leave retirement benefits alone I am writing this as a member of AARP. I am concerned that Congress wants to take away or lesson retirement benefits many of us have paid into our entire lives. These are not entitlements. ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 6, 2015

By Staff

Tell Interior Dept. you support Colowyo Mine Here in Northwest Colorado, we would like your help in fighting the EPA and WEG. The Wild Earth Guardians have sued Colowyo Coal Mine in Craig. If they succeed, 220 miners will lose their jobs and ...


Email letters, August 5, 2015

By Staff

Our national leadership continues to feed the country’s money addiction Jim Spehar’s Tuesday column on growth exceeding water supply was a sober assessment of reality. Especially here in the often-parched west, there will come a ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 5, 2015

By Staff

Colorado well positioned to exceed EPA goals As a native Coloradan, I have had numerous occasions for pride in our state, but never more than when voters passed 2004’s Renewable Energy Initiative. And look how far we’ve come since ...


Email letters, August 4, 2015

By Staff

COGCC should consider all opinions, especially those held by majority Last fall I was invited, as a Silt area rancher and mother, to testify in front of the Governor’s oil and gas task force hearings in Rifle. I was proud and honored ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 4, 2105

By Staff

Changing North Ave. name could be costly The organizer of changing North Avenue to College Avenue says that he has polled all businesses on North Avenue for their input. This is not true, however. I own a property management business with a ...


Email letters, August 3, 2015

By Staff

Piceance Energy Action Council thanks local government, COGCC for working on regulations On behalf of the Piceance Energy Action Council, I would like to thank the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, and Executive Director Matt ...


Published Letters, Aug. 2, 2015

By Staff

How many police cams could have been obtained with city employees’ payout money? Again, a rather generous (financially anyway) cash settlement is handed to a Grand Junction city employee in exchange for a “shut up and go away ...


Email letters, July 31, 2015

By Staff

How many police cams could have been obtained with city employees’ payout money? Again, a rather generous (financially anyway) cash settlement is handed to a Grand Junction city employee in exchange for a “shut up and go away ...


Published Letters, July 31, 2015

By Staff

In the two years since we moved here, I have been trying to figure out what the Mesa County Commissioners do. The answer – they are against everything. They are against preserving agricultural land in conservation easements. They want ...


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