Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Mail voting should be right

A recent story from 9News hails Colorado as a leader in mail-in ballot voting (April 9). The law went into effect in 2013 and allows all voters to get a ballot in the … more

Letter to the Editor: Tips from a student

Tips for online education As a middle schooler, online learning is interesting to say the least. I have been getting work done and having fun. The system that teachers are using is working, but there … more

Letter to the Editor: Risks to children

Risks to children unacceptable Much of our attention has been focused on COVID-19’s impact on our own families, but let’s not limit our humanity and forget the impact on vulnerable children in … more

Letter to the Editor: Nurses thank supporters

Nursing group thanks supporters While we find ourselves in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I would like to thank each and every member of the community who has reached out to support the Colorado … more

Letter to the Editor: Support for North Metro Fire incumbents

Support for North Metro Fire incumbents While citizens clamor for better representation and increased transparency in government, citizens of Northglenn is fortunate to have such representation at … more

Letter to the Editor: Hyland Hills hasn't missed a beat

Hyland Hills has not missed a beat I am writing to encourage residents of the Hyland Hills to vote YES on Ballot A in the upcoming May 5 election. I was the District’s Executive Director in 2002 … more

Letter to the Editor: Yes for Hyland Hills

Yes for Hyland Hill makes sense Please vote yes on ballot A for Hyland Hills. This is not a new tax for Hyland Hills, just an extension of the current mill levy. When I think of the resident benefits … more

Letter to the Editor: Better parks

Yes vote means better parks I am writing this letter to encourage every voter in the Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District to vote YES on Ballot A. The reason is relatively simple. This is not a … more

Letter to the Editor: Rescue district vote important

Rescue district election matters On May 5 there will be an election for three open seats on the five member North Metro Fire Rescue District Board of Directors. As one of the two sitting board … more

Letter to the Editor: Inadequate

Inadequate Donald Trump’s leadership in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic is inadequate. Six weeks into the pandemic, Donald Trump has yet to provide cohesive or coordinated national leadership. He … more

Letter to the Editor: Burkas for Coronovirus

Burkas for Coronovirus Our government has been slow to protect its population against this virus—which is a failure in our national security. There aren’t test strips, and trustworthy information … more

Letter to the Editor: City must get water rates right

City must get water rates right In July - August 2019, the water bill for my residence was $472. The water conservation group evaluated the sprinklers and perennials for the flower beds are from … more

Letter to the Editor: March for education

March for education It's called the Budget Stabilization Factor. That's right, the BS Factor, or Negative Factor, has left schools in Colorado underfunded by hundreds of millions of dollars. Google … more

Letter to the Editor: Uplands is a downlands

Uplands is a downlands development I am a 50-year resident of our current beautiful, peaceful, clean living and spacious City of Westminster. I am unequivocally opposed to the Uplands development. … more

Letters to the Editor

Time to meet your precinct neighbors Do you know Colorado is only one of 10 states that still has a local precinct committee meeting every two years (caucus)? It is a social venue where you can meet … more

Letter to the Editor: Restore our parks

Time to restore our parks Colorado’s national parks are seeing record visitation, but unreliable funding over the years means their infrastructure desperately needs to be repaired. That’s why I … more

Republic to Oligarchy

Republic to Oligarchy At the close of the Constitutional Convention in 1787, Ben Franklin said, “We have a Republic, if we can keep it.” We maintained it for 233 years; through a civil war, two … more

Letter: Fair trial necessary

Fair trial necessary I am a daughter of a World War II veteran who fought for human rights — which includes the right of people to have honest representatives and accurate information, both of … more

Letter: Answer my questions

On Nov. 25, 2019 I asked the Westminster City Council five questions about water rates. In light of the Council’s claimed values of openness and transparency, I thought they … more

Letter: Online school

Online school works for Abri My granddaughter Abri has had to overcome a lot of obstacles to get to where she is today. Growing up she missed a lot of school due to instability at home. As a result, … more
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