Letters

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Printed Letters: July 26, 2016

By Staff

Council wise to weigh broadband carefully I’m grateful that the city of Grand Junction has decided to put their plans for entering the broadband market on hold. At what point did someone decide that it was a good idea for the city ...


Printed Letters: July 24, 2016

By Staff

Broadband and pot shops are long overdue Over a year ago I was visiting one of my sons in Longmont. He and his wife were explaining how the city of Longmont (pop. 92,088) had partnered with NextLight for broadband and were embracing ...


Email Letters: July 22, 2016

By Staff

City Council made the right decision in pausing broadband project I believe the recent decision by the Grand Junction City Council to take a pause and do more due diligence on a prospective broadband project was the correct one. This would ...


Printed Letters: July 22, 2016

By Staff

Recent editorial was noticeably biased The Sentinel’s “Divider in Chief” editorial was noticeably biased.Associating the current racial divide between cops and blacks with presidential nominee Donald Trump is bizarre. ...


Email letters, July 21, 2016

By Staff

Proposed Redlands roundabout impractical I’m writing in regard to the proposed roundabout at the intersection of Colorado 340 and Redlands Parkway in Grand Junction. There are several reasons why this is impractical. Space limitations ...


Printed Letters: July 21, 2016

By Staff

Sanders’ supporters need to show maturity When a candidate seeks any public office, it is not really that individual who is important, it is the ideas and concepts that he/she espouses and solutions he/she proposes. That is true from ...


Email letters, July 20, 2016

By Staff

Lawsuit merely an attempt to force government environmental review I am troubled by a recent headline insinuating that the Bureau of Land Management is ignoring drilling’s effects on climate change “from the eventual combustion of ...


Printed Letters: July 20, 2016

By Staff

Friedman’s column blamed Republicans As a senior citizen I frequently tell people that I went through most of my life as a very conservative Republican, but also a life in which I rarely knew, nor cared, what political party my ...


Email letters, July 19, 2016

By Staff

Republican Party has been in a downward spiral for decades The Republican Party is slowly grasping the reality that they have already lost the presidential election. I’m not saying that Trump isn’t going to win. I’m saying ...


Printed Letters: July 19, 2016

By Staff

We would benefit from legal marijuana shops My mother used to have a saying, “Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face.” This is exactly what backward Grand Junction is doing as regards refusing to allow legal marijuana ...


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