Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Stop inhumane treatment

Stop inhumane treatment Since the beginning of 2019, more than 500,000 children, women and men have crossed the southern border of the United States seeing asylum from violence and trying to escape … more

Letter to the editor: Recall tactics are unacceptable

Recall tactics are unacceptable Just to the east of Littleton, intimidating behavior is going on in State House District 37 by the people collecting signatures to recall Rep. Tom Sullivan. Recently, … more

Letter to the editor: Colorado can be a model

Colorado can be a model I write this letter from Glacier National Park, where my husband and I came to explore the park. The smoke from the Alberta fires has made it unsafe to do strenuous hiking. It … more

Letter to the editor: Hard to understand

Hard to understand The Centennial Connection (a city publication) invites citizens to get involved. The Streets at SouthGlenn entry reads in part, “Alberta Development Partners and Northwood Ravin, … more

Letter to the editor: Rights worth preserving

Rights worth preserving In response to Craig Smith’s editorial re gun rights, my letter is titled “Free speech rights must acknowledge free speech wrongs.” It doesn’t take much listening to … more

Letter to the editor: Bad site for apartments

Bad site for apartments There are proposals to build two 800-unit apartment complexes in the Streets at SouthGlenn, one at either end (on the now defunct Sears lot and the soon-to-be Macy’s lot). … more

Letter to the editor: RV ban a bad idea

RV ban a bad idea Did you know that Centennial City Council is considering a citywide parking ban of all recreational vehicles on private property (RV, boat, snowmobile, trailer) taller than 6 feet, … more

Letter to the editor: Principal not to blame

Principal not to blame I feel compelled to respond to the news of the egregious, ill-informed and unwarranted attack on Natalie Pramenko and by extension the faculty, staff and students of Arapahoe … more

Letter to the editor: The threat remains

The threat remains So, the threat is lifted. But it’s not. Not for the half million students who were kept home and now have to return to school wondering… will a bad person be at my … more

Letter to the editor: Bill hurts Colorado

Bill hurts Colorado In his mid-legislative session Q&A, Tom Sullivan, D-Centennial, comments about the great programs that are being introduced. SB 181, which has passed the Legislature, is the … more

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