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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Recent wildfires show need to step up mitigation efforts
    Editor:

  • Our Readers Write

    No peach-sale fund-raiser this year
    To the mountain community:
    Thank you for your continued support of the Rotary Club of Conifer’s peach-sale fund-raiser since 1999.
    We are sorry to announce that due to two cycles of freezing and flooding, Palisade peaches are not available this year. Because we use only the best peaches grown in Colorado for our fund-raiser, we are unable to purchase the peaches necessary for this year’s sale.

  • Our Readers Write

    Thanks for help with town hall meeting
    Editor:
    The Evergreen Pathfinders wish to thank all of the financial supporters, speakers and guests who made the first Evergreen town hall meeting a huge success. Thank you to those who set up chairs, baked cookies, provided the sound and video equipment, and cleaned up afterward.

  • Our Readers Write

    Fire departments, Sheriff’s Office deserve thanks and credit
    Editor:

  • Our Readers Write

    Authorities must address traffic jam on fire evacuation route
    Editor:
    I live off Buffalo Park Road.
    On June 3, I received a Level 3 alert call to evacuate immediately, and I did exactly that.
    Now, I am not complaining about the fire department or the emergency-notification call. But something must be done about the evacuation process.

  • Our Readers Write

    Schools’ plan to test inBloom was carefully considered, communicated
    Editor:
    A recent letter to the editor stated that “Jefferson County Schools has decided to put all student personal information in a national database called ‘inBloom.’ It has done this secretly without any prior input from parents and taxpayers.”

  • Our Readers Write

    Schools’ plan to test inBloom was carefully considered, communicated
    Editor:
    A recent letter to the editor stated that “Jefferson County Schools has decided to put all student personal information in a national database called ‘inBloom.’ It has done this secretly without any prior input from parents and taxpayers.”

  • Our Readers Write

    School district’s plan to use ‘cloud’ storage for student data invites disaster
    Editor:
    Jefferson County Schools has decided to put all student personal information in a national database called “inBloom.” It has done this secretly without any prior input from parents and taxpayers.

  • Our Readers Write

    Residents still should monitor fire board’s actions
    Editor:

  • Our Readers Write

    Veterans deserve a statue that depicts the reality of combat
    Editor:
    To all those who dare to bring about a controversy about the statue of a soldier holding a rifle at the veterans memorial, I have this to say: