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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Golf courses are not native to Colorado
    Editor:
    In Davidson’s letter about elk damage on the golf course, he states that elk are not native to Colorado. Elk have been pushed by human activity for many decades to be found where they now try to live. Are exclusive elitist golf courses native to Colorado? Not hardly.

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    A sculpture garden for Buchanan Park
    Editor:
    With the appointment of Peter Lindquist, the Evergreen Park and Recreation Board now possesses even stronger leadership to overcome the politics and special interests that have afflicted sober decisions on Buchanan Park.

  • Our Readers Write

    Is our Evergreen Chamber really helping all business members?
    Editor:

  • Our Readers Write

    Flag etiquette needs improvement at cemetery in Marshdale
    Editor:

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    Thanks for supporting EChO
    Editor:
    On behalf of the staff, board of directors, and volunteers of Evergreen Christian Outreach, I would like to thank our wonderful and generous community for the outpouring of support and donations we have recently received.

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    Adding bore to Twin Tunnels moves problem to Evergreen
    Editor:
    I’m not sure how attentive Evergreen residents have been about what’s going on with the I-70 mountain corridor, but it looks like they’ll be suffering some serious consequences within the next couple of years if CDOT follows through on its plans to widen the eastbound Twin Tunnel bore near Idaho Springs.
    How so?

  • Our Readers Write

    Vote on short-term rentals ignored constituents
    Editor:
    A majority of publicly mentioned opinion was against short-term rentals. The Jeffco Planning Commission recommendation was against short-term rentals.
    So the county commissioners voted in favor of them? Was this a philosophical or monetary expression? It certainly does not appear to be a constituent-driven conclusion.
    Elisabeth M. Patterson
    Evergreen

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    A letter of thanks to Evergreen on Thanksgiving
    Editor:
    In this economy it is sometimes difficult to come up with something for which we are or should be thankful. Living in Evergreen, however, makes thankfulness an easy task. We are blessed to live in this community. Last week proved this to be so true.

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    Evergreen residents quick to help
    Editor:
    Spending time in Evergreen is like going back in time for me … to my childhood where neighbors were family and rallied to help one another.
    On a recent Saturday, the people of Evergreen did just that. While riding your beautiful trails, I fell from my horse and was unable to get to my feet.

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    Library board expresses regret for possible open-meetings violations
    Editor:
    In a recent Columbine Courier article by Emile Hallez and Doug Bell, the story pointed out that the Jeffco Library Board of Trustees may have made mistakes in invoking executive sessions to discuss the potential recruitment of a new executive director.