Letters

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Email letters, March 19, 2015

By Staff

Other areas would be more convenient than downtown for Fourth of July parade The “downtown development” bunch is no longer interested in the Fourth of July parade? That is fine with me. I stopped shopping downtown for anything ...


Printed Letters: March 19, 2015

By Staff

Leaders must let research guide economic efforts What is wrong with this picture? First the county commissioners tie themselves in knots over whether conserving a small plot of agricultural land is a good idea. Then the head of the local ...


Email letters, March 18, 2015

By Staff

Foreign aid to Israel necessary to keep that part of the world free Your contributors to the opinion page have, for the most part, been critical of Israel and our foreign aid to that country. I cannot think of a better way to keep that part ...


Printed Letters: March 18, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners should support conservation One of the reasons I moved to the Grand Valley is to get away from big cities and all that involves, which is why I have supported the Mesa Land Trust from day one. Their sole purpose is to preserve ...


Email letters, March 17, 2015

By Staff

Downtown Development Authority should reconsider decision on 4th of July parade On Tuesday, March 10, I received an e-mail from Harry Weiss, executive director of the Grand Junction Downtown Development Authority and the Downtown Grand ...


Printed Letters: March 17, 2015

By Staff

City needs a councilman with Simpson’s skill set The results of the April city election will help set the course of the council for the next four years. I am voting for Dennis Simpson. Here is why: Simpson has attended council meetings ...


Email letters, March 16, 2015

By Staff

Support funding for health access for low-income Coloradans The Colorado Family Planning Initiative provides long acting and reversible contraception at low or no cost to low-income Coloradans. Affordable access to family planning is ...


Printed Letters: March 15, 2015

By Staff

County’s position on easements shortsighted I was disappointed at the decision of the Mesa County commissioners to take more time to consider whether or not to send a letter of support for the recent proposed easement request. When, at ...


Email letters, March 13, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners’ position on easement request was shortsighted, disappointing I was disappointed at the decision of the Mesa County Commissioners to take more time to consider whether or not to send a letter of support for the recent ...


Printed Letters: March 13, 2015

By Staff

Recent comic strip insulting to Christians In the comic strip “WuMo,” carried in the Sentinel on Wednesday, the strip shows Jesus approaching the water decked out in a kid’s life preserver and a snorkel. The caption points ...


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