Letters

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Printed Letters: February 10, 2017

By Staff

Roundabout education, enforcement necessary I navigate roundabouts on average five times a day and approximately 98 percent of vehicles using them do not signal. Signaling is just one of many problems I observe and it should not be the only ...


Email Letters: February 9, 2017

By Staff

The real facts on BLM’s natural gas waste rule The Western Energy Alliance’s Kathleen Sgamma (“Industry is fixing methane leaks on its own,” Feb. 5) is entitled to her opinion, however she is not entitled to her own ...


Printed Letters: February 9, 2017

By Staff

Let’s forget the event center proposal I have nothing to gain as Ms. Goodrich does, or did, with the event center proposal. I arrive at that based on the statement in her letter that she (partnered) with the Visitor and Convention ...


Email Letters: February 8, 2017

By Staff

Former opponents of events center now support the proposal My wife and I were early opponents of the sales tax plan to pay for an events center and remodel the existing Two Rivers Convention Center, and I wasn’t shy about sharing my ...


Printed Letters: February 8, 2017

By Staff

Sensible gun laws 
protect our citizens To Sen. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, chair of the Colorado Senate’s State, Veteran’s and Military Affairs Committee: Why did you step out for most of the time Bill SB017-007 — ...


Email Letters: February 7, 2017

By Staff

Drivers have a duty to educate themselves on roundabout use I navigate roundabouts on average five times a day and approximately 98 percent of vehicles using them do not signal. Signaling is just one of many problems I observe and it should ...


Printed Letters: February 7, 2017

By Staff

Contact reps regarding 
environmental issues My country’s political climate has been dismal for the last two weeks. In previous years, I rarely kept track of the news because it seemed that good news was a rarity and I chose to be ...


Email Letters: February 6, 2017

By Staff

Sentinel is well balanced and presents all viewpoints I am writing to tell you that I appreciate your journalism. I feel that The Daily Sentinel is a fairly well balanced publication striving to report on what is happening in our community ...


Printed Letters: February 5, 2017

By Staff

Resident opposed to Palisade Plunge trail I am not in favor of the proposed bicycle trail from the rim of Grand Mesa to Palisade. The Grand Junction area is surrounded by wilderness treasures that can only be accessed with difficulty. The ...


Email Letters: February 3, 2017

By Staff

Urge representatives to continue to maintain BLM methane rule I am writing to support The Daily Sentinel’s BLM methane rule article seen this week. Colorado has much to be proud of in air quality standards. Our representatives, ...


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