Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Let experts make health decisions

Let experts make health decisions Per your article, “County opts out of Tri-County dial extension,” Abe Laydon’s quote “I want ... Douglas County to be the first county in the state to say … more

Letter to the editor: Corrupt or dishonest?

Corrupt or dishonest? On 23 April, the Board of County Commissioners issued a public letter to Commissioner Thomas stating she: “...continued to misrepresent the truth and leverage your name, title … more

Letter to the editor: Commissioners drop ball on health

Commissioners drop ball on health Reading County Commissioner Abe Laydon’s declaration that “this pandemic is over” (Castle Rock New Press, April 22) just reaffirmed my decision not to frequent … more

Letter to the editor: Who would want to do that?

Who would want to do that? In “Littleton school board votes to close East Elementary,” published April 8 in the Independent, there is a statement made by the school board president that reveals a … more

Letter to the editor: Schools' equity policy needed

Schools’ equity policy needed Re equity policy at DCSD — thank you for including the quotes representing opposition. Many of them are verbatim the standard responses from entitled white … more

Letter to the editor: Conserve for Colorado's water use

Conserve for Colorado’s water future Meeting Colorado’s water needs in the face of climate change requires that we significantly reduce the use of water, rather than build more environmentally … more

Letter to the editor: Support bill to protect land

Support bill to protect land The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act. As a mom, I was thrilled to see the news. Like so many Colorado … more

Letter to the editor

‘Needs’ and ‘wants’ in LPS I read the article “LPS mulls closing some elementaries” with great interest. It reported that due to a “$60 million premium on bond sales, district officials … more

Letter to the editor

Questions about equity policy Douglas County residents agree that all kids should thrive in school. To help accomplish this, we should foster respect and empathy and reject bias and racism. This is … more

Letter to the editor: Brauchler taking cheap shots

Brauchler taking cheap shots George Brauchler has platforms in the Denver Post and on 9News. He can use those to campaign for that statewide office which has eluded him so far. Even though he failed … more

Letter to the editor: Council’s gun storage law applauded

Council’s gun storage law applauded As a gun owner in Littleton, I want to personally thank the Littleton City Council for passing the safe storage law for local gun retailers. This critical law … more

Letter to the editor: Fey fails to do her job

Fey fails to do her job On Feb. 9, the Littleton City Council discussed the dire circumstances concerning the city’s finances. Littleton voters place great responsibility on each councilmember to … more

Letter to the editor: Fey’s silence says something

Fey’s silence says something I was dismayed by Littleton City Council Member Carol Fey’s silence at the Feb. 9 city council study session. The main focus of the study session was the fiscal … more

Letter to the editor: No one deserves to be doxxed

No one deserves to be doxxed The recent article about the state employee who was “doxxed” was heartbreaking, horrifying, appalling…you name it. That she and her family have to live in terror … more

Letter to the editor: In defense of Richard Champion

In defense of Richard Champion The misinformation in the letter Jan. 21 — “What was Champion thinking?” — needs to be addressed. In that letter, the author states that Richard Champion … more

Letter to the editor: Letter writer was cherry-picking

Letter writer was cherry-picking On Jan. 6, 2021, my wife and I went to Washington, D.C., to protest, in our opinion, a stolen presidential election; paying our own way to exercise our First … more

Letter to the editor: Champion’s story plausible

Champion’s story plausible The letter from Susan Thornton published in the Jan. 21 issue deserves some response. She was appalled that the Champions only saw extremely polite demonstrators at the … more

Letter to the editor: What was Champion thinking?

What was Champion thinking? It was shocking to open the Jan. 14 issue and find a story about former State Rep. Richard Champion on one page juxtaposed against a story on the next page about … more

Letter to the editor: CARES Act seems uncaring

CARES Act seems uncaring My most outspoken comment was that the Littleton City Council could spend $1.4 million on new chambers (through the CARES Act) and the State of Colorado and the school … more

Letter to the editor: Two different kinds of protests

Two different kinds of protests In the aftermath of the recent riot at the United States Capitol, the nation is left divided over what some argue to be acting upon their First Amendment right, and … more
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