Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: City gives away firefighting assets

City gives away firefighting assets Littleton has invested millions building fire stations, buying fire engines and purchasing equipment. Our fire chief promised that South Metro Fire Rescue would … more

Letter to the editor: Support setbacks for oil, gas drilling

Support setbacks for oil, gas drilling Why support 112? It puts our families’ and kids’ health first, ahead of industry lies. Per independent university research, toxic risks from fracking … 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

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Despite being purple in voter registration and winning state and local seats, Democrats have never won any of these county positions. It is time to end this way of winning elections and elect the … more

Letter to the editor

Vote no on 112 I work in the oil and gas industry, and it goes without saying that oil and gas is a major part of my life. What I’m willing to bet you don’t realize is that even if you don’t, … more

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Vote for Kaiser PK Kaiser was born in India during war time. His parents first belonged to a united India after the battle line was drawn, and his family found themselves in the new state of … more

Letter to the editor: 112 is too extreme

112 is too extreme The benefits of cheap, clean-burning, and locally-produced oil and natural gas touch every part of Colorado. Even here in Englewood where we’re many miles from production, the … more

Letter to the editor: Vote no on Proposition 112

Vote no on Proposition 112 Debates over the future of Colorado’s oil and gas industry can seem remote for residents in the southern suburbs of Denver. But ballot measures such as Proposition 112, … more

Letter to the editor: Vote no on fire issue

Vote no on fire issue Despite confusing ballot language and campaign rhetoric, the choice presented to voters is simple. Vote yes if you want to pay a new 9.25 mill property tax levy to South Metro … more

Letter to the editor: 7B is a bad idea

7B is a bad idea Like ancient Rome, Littleton may experience a fall from within if Proposition 7B is passed. A yes on 7B would approve a new, additional tax for fire and rescue services. The city has … more

Letter to the editor: Vote Brauchler for AG

Vote Brauchler for AG I’ve known him for more than 25 years. I’ve seen him in the courtroom, the classroom and the boardroom. I’ve seen his skill and zeal at work and I know his character. … more

Letter to the editor: Say no to Brauchler

Say no to Brauchler George Brauchler, Republican candidate for attorney general, touts himself as an experienced leader worthy of that position. Here are some examples of his leadership, experience … 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

Letter to the editor: Make the positive pick

Make the positive pick In a recent debate, candidates for the office of attorney general painted two very different outlooks for this important job. Regarding the important issue of water needs of … more

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