Letters

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Email letters, April 8, 2016

By Staff

It’s cleanup time for our houses, yards, garages, and especially our country I was thinking this morning about a term you seldom hear anymore; “fiduciary responsibility,” you know that term that was once spoken of in ...


How many children must die before system changes?

By Staff

I moved here three and a half years ago and have heard about the many deaths of children under the care of Child Protective Services. What I don’t understand is there were many warning signs that the child was not protected and Child ...


Email letters, April 7, 2016

By Staff

Those with no drainage on property shouldn’t be forced to pay fee In reference to the new drainage fee, we would like some official from the Grand Valley Drainage District to come to our home, which sits on four acres in the Fruitvale ...


Printed Letters: April 7, 2016

By Staff

Mesa County has a gem in Janet Rowland April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Nobody has been a better advocate for children in this valley than Janet Rowland.  She spent years in the Department of Human Services protecting and counseling ...


Email letters, April 6, 2016

By Staff

Mesa County has a gem in Janet Rowland April is child abuse awareness month. Nobody has been a better advocate for children in this valley than Janet Rowland. She spent years in the department of human services protecting and counseling kids, ...


Printed Letters: April 6, 2016

By Staff

We shouldn’t pay one dime of drainage fee In the world of discriminatory practice, here we are with a governing body on the Western Slope openly practicing discrimination against anyone that lives within its boundary — literally ...


Email letters, April 5, 2016

By Staff

Why should we have to pay at all to shop downtown? Regarding the city’s plan to update the downtown parking meters including raising fees: I ask, why even have parking meters? So enforcement officers can have a job? Let them get real ...


Printed Letters: April 5, 2016

By Staff

Amendment 69 simplifies health insurance billing As most of the working stiffs like me have learned about the local chamber, if Diane Schwenke is against it, it’s probably good for workers. Such is her recent steamrolling of a vote ...


Email letters, April 4, 2016

By Staff

Mesa County Elections strives to be open and transparent to the public Colorado’s election reform has been a hot topic since it became law. What the Pew Charitable Trust found in its multi-year study of Colorado voters mirrors what Mesa ...


Email letters, April 1, 2016

By Staff

No reason to believe Strive is now better equipped to take care of loved ones As the parent of a daughter who is one of the 28 people residing on the GJRC campus, I feel it is necessary to respond to your editorial regarding the Strive ...


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