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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Keep off-leash dogs away from others

    Editor:

    As a frequent user of open space around Evergreen (both Jeffco and Denver parcels), I see a lot of folks with their dogs off leash. Others can debate the propriety, but all I ask is that these off-leash dogs don’t bother other people and/or their dogs.

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    A word of thanks to veterans

    Editor:

    The average citizen today, myself included, does not comprehend what our country’s veterans have endured. I feel the importance to help the public become more mindful of these incredible people.

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    Organizers of Empty Bowls say thanks
    Editor:
    A sincere thank-you to the hundreds of sponsors, volunteers and participants in the 2013 Mountain Resource Center Empty Bowls fund-raiser. Once again, the event was a resounding success and will help us accomplish our goal of neighbors helping neighbors.

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    Time to abolish the U.S. House
    Editor:

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

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    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.

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    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.

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

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    Killing elk with arrow on golf course was inhumane, unnecessary
    Editor:
    While the human population can apparently shove its way around the planet with impunity for any purpose, including golfing, elk that dare to tread on the golf course are not allowed to conduct their lives without threat of being shot.

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    Thanks to the deputies who apprehended carjacking suspect

    Editor:

    I just want to say thank you to the Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies who apprehended and subdued a heavily armed carjacking suspect last week on Interstate 70.

    As the video shows, deputies risked their own safety for the sake of their fellow citizens. I’m sure you guys would say you were just doing your jobs, but that doesn’t make this community any less grateful. Thank you again.

    Rob Witwer, Genesee