Letters to the editor
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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

Letter to the editor: Bill would help reduce suicide

Bill would help reduce suicide As a one-time state lawmaker who had an “A+” NRA rating and a former Republican candidate for governor, I’m strongly supportive of HB-1177 — a bill that would … more

Letter to the editor: Greetings Colorado!

How are you doing today? I am writing to you as part of a class project for the novel “The Watsons Go To Birmingham.” My classmates and I are contacting newspapers across the country in a … more

Letter to the editor

Thanks for your support To all the friends and supporters who assisted The Windermere Fire Victims through the transition to The Windermere Fire Survivors. The East Windermere Tower had a devasting … more

Letter to the editor: Dreamers deserve a chance

Dreamers deserve a chance This week, I had the incredible opportunity to visit Washington, D.C., to meet with Colorado members of Congress to reiterate to them just how important immigrants are to … more

Letter to the editor: Make every vote count

Make every vote count In his recent letter to the editor, Mr. Grevillius criticizes the bill that would give Colorado’s electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote. He implies that … more

Letter to the editor: Invest in children

Invest in children As an educator, I know that children who attend quality early-learning programs enter elementary school better prepared to reap the benefits of academic and non-academic … more

Letter to the editor: A poor, partisan move

A poor, partisan move In the midst of working feverishly to ensure that no one’s vote counts concerning state tax increases (incessant attacks on TABOR), our Democrat state legislators have come up … more

Letter to the editor: Closer look needed

Closer look needed Concerning the issue of funding full-day kindergarten, Heather Roberts in her letter makes a case for it with some broad assertions that are not universally accepted as her letter … more

Letter to the editor: Time to reconsider?

Time to reconsider? In the recent article “State’s economy needs moderation, taxes, say experts,” two problem areas are stated: TABOR, Amendment 23, and the Gallagher Amendment; and the … more

Letter to the editor: Voters made a mistake

Voters made a mistake The Arapahoe County DMV has never been as efficient as it is now due to Matt Crane's efforts. I am over the age where you can renew your driver's license online, and having to … more

Letter to the editor: Not the solution

Not the solution Since his salary and benefits are paid entirely from tax dollars, I am not surprised that the CFO from Colorado State University and others conclude that higher taxes is the only … more

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