Letters

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Printed letters, March 26, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Important to preserve orchard land National monuments, parks, forests etc., are preserved for generations to come in order that the public might have access to areas that otherwise would only be accessible to private land owners. Few would ...


Printed letters, March 25, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Bull Mountain will benefit entire region As a health care professional, business owner, rancher, and long-time Western Slope resident, I support responsible, efficient oil and gas development, like the kind being proposed for the Bull ...


Email letters, March 25, 2015

By Staff

We need to be adding to oil and gas payrolls rather than shrinking them I read with interest Tuesday’s story on the Sentinel’s front page headlined “U.S. drillers scramble to thwart OPEC.” The premise is that U.S. ...


Email letters, March 24, 2015

By Staff

Bull Mountain plan will benefit the entire region As a health care professional, business owner, rancher, and long-time Western Slope resident, I support responsible, efficient oil and gas development, like the kind being proposed for the ...


Printed letters, March 24, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Although I’m not necessarily against “Tax-Free Colorado,” it’s nave of Senator Ray Scott to call it “the market, instead of government” that will drive it. Not paying taxes by everyone involved in such a ...


Email letters, March 23, 2015

By Staff

Independence Day Parade should not have been phased out Official records have been located that suggest that the Downtown Grand Junction Business Improvement District wanted to “phase out” the annual Independence Day Parade. ...


City council candidates not progressive enough

By Staff

I read the interviews with the new City Council candidates, Rick Taggart and Kim Kirk. Both seem to be of the opinion that Grand Junction does not need a recreation center. Taggart is afraid the center would compete with local businesses. I ...


Email letters, March 20, 2015

By Staff

Why has McInnis’ stance on conservation easements reversed? When County Commissioner McInnis was Congressman McInnis, he was instrumental in creating a conservation area covering 123,430 acres in Mesa County extending into Utah. The ...


Support health access for low-income people

By Staff

Support health access for low-income people 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 incredibly important to ...


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 ...


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