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Email Letters: March 22, 2017

By Staff

Anonymous letter the work of a person defined by cowardice Last week I received a letter in the mail that had a phony return address. The street was non-existent in Grand Junction. The envelope contained a copy of a letter-to-the-editor I ...


Printed Letters: March 22, 2017

By Staff

Unnecessary spending is killing the city The City Council is considering all kinds of nifty ways to tax and spend and jigger our current debts and mess with TABOR rather than paying down current debts and fixing our infrastructure such as ...


Email Letters: March 21, 2017

By Staff

Spending on feel-good projects is killing the city The City Council is considering all kinds of nifty ways to tax and spend and jigger our current debts and mess with TABOR rather than paying down current debts and fixing our infrastructure ...


Printed Letters: March 21, 2017

By Staff

Chazen is the most accomplished candidate You chose Mr. Wortmann over Mr. Chazen for City Council in District D. Yet, in your March 13 comparison of Mr. Chazen and Mr. Wortmann for City Council, Mr. Wortmann listed no accomplishments other ...


Email Letters: March 20, 2017

By Staff

Chazen’s accomplishments far exceed those of Wortmann’s You chose Mr. Wortmann over Mr. Chazen for City Council in District D. Yet, in your March 13 comparison of Mr. Chazen and Mr. Wortmann for City Council, Mr. Wortmann listed ...


Printed Letters: March 19, 2017

By Staff

Outside revenue won’t rescue Grand Valley Can we talk about the Elephant in the Room? Sure, it’s hard to see The Elephant when the room is so full of elephants — the political kinds who tell us “we don’t have a ...


Email Letters: March 17, 2017

By Staff

Mesa County shows significant under-investment in education Regarding $200 million needed for new schools: My wife and I would like to comment on the article regarding the need for funding for new schools in the Sentinel on March 8. We moved ...


Printed Letters: March 17, 2017

By Staff

Former skeptic 
supports event center At first I was skeptical reading about the new event center. I do hate spending other people’s tax dollars. After going to a presentation and doing some homework, I have since changed my ...


Email Letters: March 16, 2017

By Staff

Many don’t understand complexity of healthcare insurance Progressives have made fun of a recent comment by President Trump that healthcare insurance is complex. Yes, it is. Many progressives don’t fully appreciate just how ...


Printed Letters: March 16, 2017

By Staff

Event center would stimulate our economy The pro for the event center is jobs! Patronage to the event center will stimulate the local economy by increasing employment, expanding business opportunities resulting in more tax revenue for our ...


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