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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Thanks to People Comforters
    Editor:
    I have to thank you for doing the story on the angels who are involved in People Comforters. As a recipient of one of their beautiful pieces of handiwork, I want to let them know how much the quilt we received means to us.

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    Evergreen residents: Be aware of the elk rut
    Editor:

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    Closing Rooney Road slash facililty makes no sense
    Editor:
    I’m especially concerned about the closing down of the Rooney Road slash facilty. I understand the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office position, but from a big-picture perspective, it’s so counterintuitive!

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    Whatever happened to $11 fee for registering a trailer?
    Editor:

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    Respectful conversation needed about proposed fire training building
    Editor:

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    Coverage of Old Fashioned Country Fair was a highlight for Life Care residents
    Editor:
     Your coverage of Life Care Center of Evergreen’s Old Fashioned Country Fair was fabulous!

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    Thanks for weed-control efforts
    Editor:

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    Band leader has praise for Jazz Fest
    Editor:
    I’ve been to the Evergreen Jazz Festival with my trio many times, and the friendly and appreciative audiences that attend this event make it a pleasure to perform there. We are always thrilled to get the invite to return.
    The folks who make the festival run have become my good friends, and I always look forward to seeing Jeannie and Ted Mann, Jim Reiners, Sterling Nelson and all the gang.

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    All points of view deserve space at library
    Editor:
    Regarding Dave Bagenski’s July 11 letter objecting to the Gay Pride display in the library:
    In other words, if he does not agree with an idea, he doesn’t want the public to have access to the information? I thought a library was supposed to be a source for all kinds of information, not just what one agrees with.

  • Our Readers Write

    All points of view deserve space at library
    Editor:
    Regarding Dave Bagenski’s July 11 letter objecting to the Gay Pride display in the library:
    In other words, if he does not agree with an idea, he doesn’t want the public to have access to the information? I thought a library was supposed to be a source for all kinds of information, not just what one agrees with.