Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Say yes to 73

Say yes to 73 With grown children, why should our family care about our schools? We want all kids to have the same opportunities our boys had, and more. Even though Colorado has one of the … more

Letter to the editor: Brauchler the right choice

Brauchler the right choice In business, experience matters. Most jobs have a minimum experience requirement as business owners are looking for qualified candidates who can hit the ground running day … more

Letter to the editor: LPS asks for too much

LPS asks for too much In a recent article, Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert says, “Voters of decades past left a legacy for us. This is our chance to leave a legacy for future … more

Letter to the editor: Vote no on tax hikes

Vote no on tax hikes Brian Ewert, Littleton Public Schools superintendent, discussed 4A, which is a $300 million bond issue, which if approved would be more than triple the size of any previous LPS … more

Letter to the editor: 112 would be a real setback

112 would be a real setback I am a proud employee of the energy industry in Colorado. There is a proposition on the November ballot that would have well documented adverse consequences to … 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: Vote no on Proposition 112

Vote no on Proposition 112 This election, workers in the Colorado oil and gas industry are fighting for their jobs as we face Proposition 112. This proposition requires that new oil and gas … more

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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: Clarification on assessor’s duties

Clarification on assessor’s duties Ms. Engel’s letter supporting PK Kaiser is potentially misleading to the senior citizens of Arapahoe County. The property tax exemption for senior citizens is a … more

Letter to the editor: Vote yes on 73

Vote yes on 73 As an Englewood School Board member, I know first-hand the budgetary challenges faced by our district due to the School Finance Act not being fully funded since 2009. There has been a … more

Letter to the editor: Vote no on 112

Vote no on 112 I am asking you to join me in voting no on Proposition 112. It would put 85 percent of non-federal lands in Colorado off limits to drilling for oil and natural gas. You can find the … more

Letter to the editor: Re-elect Walcher as sheriff

Re-elect Walcher as sheriff One of the most important decisions to be made while casting our ballots during the 2018 election is the responsibility to select those who will effectively serve our … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for Brauchler

Vote for Brauchler George Brauchler is a proven leader for families, by protecting us daily from increasing criminal activity in our schools and communities.   As district attorney for more than … more

Letter to the editor: Focus on the climate

Focus on the climate The Centennial City Council met on Oct. 15 to ratify the city's Vision Plan under our new mayor, Stephanie Piko, and other new council members. The plan draft was adopted by the … 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
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