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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Time to abolish the U.S. House
    Editor:

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    All voices should be heard on Jefferson County school board
    Editor:

  • Our Readers Write

    Lamontagne would bring spirit of collaboration to school board
    Editor:
    I am relieved to see Jeff Lamontagne on the ballot for the Jeffco school board. With the federal government shutdown and the recent recall elections in Colorado, I am happy to see a Jeffco school board election coming next month. As with all elections, we as voters should be thoughtful of our candidates before the election and not two years into their term.

  • Our Readers Write

    Government shutdown didn’t stop me from seeing the national parks
    Editor:
    I was depressed that I could not go to Rocky Mountain National Park to see the colors change today. Instead, I headed down the hill to Denver and saw a great gallery show at David Cook Galleries featuring America’s national parks.

  • Our Readers Write

    Commissioners’ actions regarding open space disappointing
    Editor:
    Regarding the Clear Creek county commissioners’ meeting on Aug. 16:

  • Our Readers Write

    Rohrer’s view on JFK slaying misses point
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  • Our Readers Write

    Lamontagne the right choice for Jeffco school board
    Editor:
    I attended the Jeffco school board candidate forum in Evergreen to get a better feel for the qualifications and opinions of the candidates with regard to the issues our county is facing. District 2 candidate Jeff Lamontagne demonstrated that he would bring a balanced voice and a long-term, solutions-oriented commitment to the Jeffco school board.

  • Our Readers Write

    Commissioners should let voters decide whether to add two positions to board
    Editor:
    I am writing to thank you and your excellent reporter for the recent article on the Jeffco5 movement!

  • Our Readers Write

    Evergreen Audubon is working to educate lake visitors on conservation
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    Business owner voices support for EPRD
    Editor:
    I am writing as a business owner and resident of Evergreen in response to John Watson’s Community Voices opinion column in last week’s Courier.
    My husband and I have lived in Evergreen for 34 years. In 1979 we bought the Highland Haven Motel (now Inn), and we have personally and professionally made use of and been involved with our EPRD offerings continually since that time.