Letters

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Printed Letters: March 3, 2017

By Staff

Commissioners violate spirit of sunshine laws The week of March 12 will be Sunshine Week in the newspaper industry. Historically, the Sentinel has published an editorial report card that grades many governmental units in the valley. It will be ...


Printed Letters: March 2, 2017

By Staff

Event center improves property tax base There has been much discussion as of late regarding the fiscal decisions facing the voters of Grand Junction in regards to existing and future ballot measures for roads, schools, rec centers and event ...


Printed Letters: March 1, 2017

By Staff

Better pay for municipal workers should be priority I read Sunday’s article on county pay raises and Tuesday’s column by Sheila Reiner with interest. I am appalled with the county. Two things strike me in particular: No one at ...


Email letters: Feb. 28, 2017

By Staff

History suggest event center won’t be self-sustaining I have lived in this area for many years, I watched the rodeo grounds, race track, fairgrounds, Uranium Downs all one and the same but each unable to support itself or even break ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 28, 2017

By Staff

All laws, even TABOR, need tweaks over time Two things: Whether or not I agree with Dan Thurlow, as a resident of Grand Junction and a constituent I appreciate that he accepts the responsibility to address the problems of government. This is ...


Email letters: Feb. 27, 2017

By Staff

Grand Junction doing the right thing with Ballot Measure 2B Congratulations to the residents of Grand Junction for taking the initiative and asking the voters through Ballot Measure 2B to make more funding available for the City’s’ ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 26, 2016

By Staff

Thanks to community for United Way support As the co-chairs of the recent United Way fundraising campaign, we witnessed the commitment and investment of over 100 employers and their employees in making Mesa County a better place to live.  ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 24, 2017

By Staff

Ethics training can help ward off embezzlement Unfortunately, Nicole Henderson’s story is a textbook case of fraud, and highlights the importance of not only proper accounting systems, but also of the importance of ethics training. A ...


Email letters: Feb. 23, 2017

By Staff

Immigrant roundup will be harmful to local businesses Today’s headline “Millions Targeted For Possible Deportation” struck me as totally terrifying.  Are we to become a police state reeking of Nazism, with individuals ...


Printed Letters: February 23, 2017

By Staff

Attacks on science are dumbing us down It’s sad to see that hundreds of scientists had to hold a rally in Boston this past weekend in support of science and to protest the anti-science rhetoric coming out of the Trump administration and ...


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