Letters

LETTERS 4-28-22

We can disagree on policy, but let’s stick to the truth In the article “Kellner Doesn’t Shy AWay From The Truth”, GOP Attorney General candidate John Kellner claims he is running against current Attorney General Phil Weiser because he believes that our AG didn’t show up for some bill hearings at the State Capitol. Odd.  …

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LETTERS 4-21-22

Rich Sokol for South Metro Fire Rescue Board As a person who has always tried to believe the best about our public officials, regardless of their party, the past few years have been especially difficult for me. Locally, I have come to know an individual who has the caliber and integrity of a top-flight leader. …

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LETTERS 4-14-22

Support Rich Sokol For South Metro Fire Rescue Board – ballots shouldbe in your mailbox! Return your ballot for Rich Sokol by May 3! With all of the political chaos in Washington D.C. dominating news headlines, it’s easy to forget that all politics is local. Now more than ever, it is most important to elect …

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LETTERS 4-7-22

Support Rich Sokol For South Metro Fire Rescue Board – mail in ballots arrive next week! It is so important that you vote when your ballot arrives in the mail around April 14! I have been proud to serve the good people of Centennial.  When I was first elected in 2011, the citizens of our …

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LETTERS – 3-17-22

Arapahoe County Board update on the health department creation process  Since this past fall, the Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners has been executing the complex process of creating a single-county public health department. This became necessary after Adams and Douglas counties exited our 55-year partnership with the Tri-County Health Department in 2021.  By state law, …

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LETTERS – 3-3-22

Climate change – the evidence is irrefutable I have to respond to Joondeph’s op-ed “The end of snow?”  The gist of his argument is that climate change is not happening.  He says he knows because one winter the back bowls of Vail opened Thanksgiving weekend and another year the front side was not open by …

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LETTERS 12-23-21

Frontline Heroes Dear Editor,  In a region as large and diverse as the greater Denver area, we need quality hospital systems which can support our needs.  Here in the southern part of the metro region, we are fortunate to have access to numerous medical facilities providing quality care to our communities. UC Health, HealthONE, Centura …

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LETTERS – 11-11-21

America Awakens As is no secret, our country has lurched from one disaster to another since the beginning of the year. One example of this is the skyrocketing price of food, gasoline, propane, etc. This problem is caused by the Biden regime’s foolish plan to stop oil and gas drilling in our country which has …

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LETTERS 10-21-21

Vote no on Greenwood Village Ballot Issue 2B In looking at the ballot issues, I am concerned with the vague wording of Ballot Issue 2B.  The Greenwood Village City Council wants to amend the Home Rule Charter to no longer publish new laws in the local newspaper. They suggest they MAY use an electronic publication. This will require the …

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LETTERS 10-14-21

Addressed to City of Littleton & The Villager. I am opposed to any sales tax increase, although I suspect that is the route you will choose. Two erroneous facts were mentioned in the three pieces of propaganda which I received from the City of Littleton. The fact that the city sales tax has not increased …

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