Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Editorial got it right

Editorial got it right Thank you for the March 15 online editorial standing by your reporting about Littleton Councilmember Carol Fey. It is a strong editorial solidly backed by her actual words … more

Letters to the editor: Councilmember Fey's comments at March meeting

How about an apology? We are distressed by Councilwoman Carol Fey’s reiterated justification for her vote cast on Jan. 7 against allowing refugees to continue settling in Littleton as well … more

Letter to the editor: A growing problem

A growing problem According to a recent article in Colorado Politics, Colorado leads the nation in the percentage of unelected legislators. For many of us living in Littleton, both our state … more

Letter to the editor: Support teachers

Support teachers I am a resident of Englewood and a Littleton Public Schools (LPS) high school social studies teacher. With almost three decades of experience in LPS, I have experienced shrinking … more

Letter to the editor: A strong law

A strong law On Feb. 3, several Colorado Republicans introduced a bill that seeks to repeal Colorado’s Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO or “red flag”) law. The move likely stems from … more

Letter to the editor: Legislation merits support

Legislation merits support A big thank you to U.S. Rep. Jason Crow for endorsing HR763, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act! This legislation, in the U.S. Congress at this time, offers a … more

Letter to the editor: Crow let us down

Crow let us down Your article about Rep. Jason Crow “elevating his profile” in the recent presidential impeachment should remind us all that Rep. Crow has failed in his campaign promises. He told … more

Letter to the editor: Kudos to Crow

Kudos to Crow We who live in the 6th Congressional District owe a big “thank you” to our representative, Jason Crow. When Rep. Crow arrived as a freshman two years ago, he was immediately swept … more

Letter to the editor: Bill would help families

Bill would help families I am an early learning education specialist with more than 30 years of experience. I am also a Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) volunteer. In these roles, I witness … more

Letter to the editor: A dangerous trend

A dangerous trend I was disappointed in the impeachment “trial.” Democrats focused on the apparently illegal effort to withhold congressionally approved funds for a very important cause in the … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner badly falling short

Gardner badly falling short Considering the latest evasion tactics of Cory Gardner, I can only conclude he is a senator only in his own mind — in his imagination. When confronted by local news … more

Letter to the editor: Looking to the future

Looking to the future We are in caring hands with our latest city council membership. With Pam Grove, Kelly Milliman and Scott Melin joining Karina Elrod, the city has taken a step forward to express … more

Letter to the editor: Poor behavior

Poor behavior I would like to thank the Littleton City Council for approving the refugee resettlement resolution at the Jan. 7 regular meeting. Council members Elrod, Melin and Milliman all … more

Letter to the editor: No place for exclusion

No place for exclusion We were saddened and dismayed upon reading in the Jan. 16 Littleton Independent that three city council members, Pat Driscoll, Carol Fey, and Jerry Valdes, voted against the … more

Letters to the editor: Fey's comments on refugees

Inappropriate actions At the Jan. 7 Littleton City Council meeting, my council representative, Carol Fey, failed to follow council procedures. Fey verbally attacked one of her constituents from the … more

Letter to the editor: What a wonderful world

What a wonderful world There’s a place in Littleton where humans live and they share with animals, wildlife, grass and trees.  Geneva Village enjoys rabbits, squirrels, raccoons, a red fox and … more

Letter to the editor: Going to the dogs

Going to the dogs We too live in quiet desperation due to the entitled thinking of a neighbor with a barking dog. Since they moved in a year ago, we are awakened daily between 3 and 5 a.m. to their … more

Letter to the editor: Kudos to Schlachter

Kudos to Schlachter I greatly appreciate your interview with former councilmember Kyle Schlachter.  It gives me an opportunity to recognize him and join others in thanking him for his service to the … more

Letter to the editor: Thanks for serving

Thanks for serving Just a quick word to acknowledge outgoing city council members Debbie Brinkman, Kyle Schlachter and Peggy Cole for their service to our community.  The leadership of Mayor … more

Letter to the editor: Election questions

Election questions I can’t understand why the Aurora mayoral election took so long to conclude. Your article in the Independent contained a paragraph that said, “We have the machine’s tolerance … more
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