Letters to the editor
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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

Letter to the editor: Consider failed court cases

Consider failed court cases People are entitled to an opinion and there is a right to express those opinions just like Trump can contest the results in the court system. However, to completely ignore … more

Letter to the editor: Account for officers

Account for officers Given the large number of reports and identifications of law enforcement officers who traveled to D.C. and participated in the seditious assault upon the Capitol, shouldn’t all … more

Letter to the editor: Capitol riot was un-American

Capitol riot was un-American As a Littleton councilmember I swore to follow the Constitution and the law. At council meetings I pledge allegiance to our Republic. I take these commitments absolutely … more

Letter to the editor: Boebert doesn’t get Constitution

Boebert doesn’t get Constitution So, it looks like Lauren Boebert, Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District representative-elect, is ready to slap some leather come Jan. 6 when Congress meets to … more

Letter to the editor: Questionable use of CARES funds

Questionable use of CARES funds After reading the recent Littleton Report, I was disappointed to see the City of Littleton using CARES funds to renovate the city council chambers. I am certain it is … more

Letter to the editor: Time to scrutinize COVID approach

Time to scrutinize COVID approach In response to the Dec. 3 letter “We must do our part”: Per the CDC, COVID-19 is estimated to have a survival rate of 99.98% for people younger than 50. … more

Letter to the editor: We must do our part

We must do our part We are at war with a virus that has killed more than 200,000 Americans and shows no sign of letting up. Medical experts and epidemiologists concur that the holiday season poses … more

Letter to the editor: No on ballot issue 4C

No on ballot issue 4C Readers should be aware that this is not a temporary tax increase that will expire when the pandemic ends, or when a bond issue has been paid off. This is a permanent tax … more

Letter to the editor: Prop 113 is flawed idea

Prop 113 is flawed idea If Proposition 113 was actually good for Colorado, why would 95% of its funding come from out of state, with the vast majority coming from California? Instead of giving our … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t change mayoral selection

Don’t change mayoral selection Littleton leaders have had plenty of clout at the regional, state, and national level without being directly elected mayors — as proposed in issue 3A. Susan … more
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