Letters

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 2-15-24

Editors note: This letter is in response to Michael Mazenko’s article “The rent is too high” in The Villager 2-8-24 edition. Housing affordability is more complicated than, “It’s the landlords’ fault” A recent column in this publication concerning inflation and the state of our local economies repeatedly blamed housing providers, aka landlords, for the current …

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CCSD Board of Education is neglecting the education of our children

It is happening in plain sight, and no one is paying attention. The Cherry Creek School District Board of Education is actively negligent in its primary responsibility—the education of our children. During the September 11, 2023 board meeting, Norm Alerta reviewed the district’s 2023 CMAS test scores. They are shocking. Only, 49.7% of our students …

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Centennial Pickleball Ordinance effective immediately Gentlefolk, It may be a reflection on human nature, that such devices should be necessary to control the abuses of government. But what is government itself, but the greatest of all reflections on human nature? If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, …

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LETTERS 9-21-23

A Letter to the Editor Today, I attended a meeting and was enlightened on the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. Taxpayer: that’s you and me! We have to pay taxes in order to live in community where everyone benefits. This is the American Way! I get it! I like it! Bill of Rights: Passed in 1992 …

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LETTERS 5-18-23

Senate Bill 23-213 fails Thank you to all who took the time to contact our state legislators opposing Senate Bill 23-213. The bill did not pass! It was defeated in large part by our citizens who reached out to our legislators, attended town hall meetings and were committed to keeping local control local. This unprecedented …

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