Letters to the editor
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I wrote our Senator, Cory Gardner, and implored him to not vote for Betsy DeVos as education secretary. I based my argument on the confirmation hearings where she displayed an almost complete … more
I read the column "Election that won't be Nov. 8," written by former Westminster City Manager Bill Christopher, which detailed the ongoing recall effort with Federal Heights Mayor Daniel Dick and … more
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As a Westminster resident, pediatrician, and mother, I care about making our city a clean and healthy place to live for our families. That is why I am writing to support the city's efforts … more
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In the Jan. 19 Westminster Window, Nate Hill wrote an editorial about the recall of the mayor and mayor pro-tem of Federal Heights. He failed to mention that the recall is primarily financed by his … more
I support building a new substation at 120th and Holly so that residents of Thornton can enjoy reliable energy. I am personally frustrated because I have experienced several outages, sometimes for … more
In last week's paper, a resident at the Wesminster City Council meeting was quoted as saying, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" about our trash/recycling system. Initially, I thought it wasn't … more
Bill Christopher brings up interesting observations about talking trash in Westminster Council's meetings in his article in the Westminster Window Feb. 9 issue. This talk is going on for a year … more
I wish to commend you on Amy Thompson's report, "Westminster councilor's remarks spark anger" on page 5 of the Feb. 2, 2017 issue. Your handling of the powerful response to my Jan. 9, 2017 … more
A few Jeffco residents have recently written that they feel Superintendent Dan McMinimee's departure is a loss to Jeffco Schools. However, as a parent of two Jeffco students who would have been … more
A $23 million justice center and future home for the Northglenn police is not even built but it is already stained by injustice. Planned since 2014, the City Council collaborated with City Hall to … more
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