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Thursday, July 30,2015

LETTERS

I am most perplexed and upset over revisiting the “possibly suited” gun fun ranges in populated areas in nearby mountain communities, in my case Allenspark. A few years ago this idea was soundly and sanely condemned and abandoned as not only far too dangerous, but an extreme insult to the quiet environment in our mountains.
Thursday, July 23,2015

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Another point of contention that occurred when I read Mr. Cortina’s article is with the paragraph which begins: “This is all beside the point that in the lease signed by Allen and all other Vista Village owners...” Mr. Cortina never asked me about my lease.
Thursday, July 16,2015

Letters

Boulder Weekly’s Matt Cortina focused his recent article, “Manufactured Fight,” on Harvey Miller’s letter of false claims and innuendo, instead of the pending mobile park ordinance before City Council. It would seem that Miller’s strategy of bamboozling Boulder extends to the media as well.
Thursday, July 9,2015

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Correction: In our roundup of foodrelated events last week, we said the Boulder Arts & Jazz Fest was a Downtown Boulder event [Tidbites, July 2]. It was actually produced by State of the Art Promotions. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
Thursday, July 2,2015

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We know older adults want to age in place; and there are benefits. Older adults remain in the community, in the familiarity of their own homes and, hopefully, near family and friends. Family is first to provide care (I did so with my mother) and doing so is often expensive.
Thursday, June 25,2015

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The upcoming EPA Clean Power Plan can help us achieve a healthier relationship with the environment by reducing the contribution of our electricity system to global warming. Such a plan falls in line with the Pope’s moral desire to protect the planet we all share and the people we share it with.
Thursday, June 18,2015

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Businesses in Eagle and Summit County support the bill because of the many benefits this protection will bring to their communities. These valuable lands are currently used for hunting, fishing, hiking, backpacking and horseback riding. The lands are threatened by extractive industries that want to mine or drill in these pristine areas.
Thursday, June 11,2015

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I’ve been following the issue for some time, and last week the federal government and the EPA finalized a rule that would mend the loopholes in the Clean Water Act and help protect the streams and wetlands that fall into the gray area of the current form of the Act.
Thursday, June 4,2015

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I grew up on an organic grain farm in Saskatchewan, and worked for five years as a USDA-contract organic inspector. But I left the organic movement when I realized it was all just a bureaucratic scam designed to propel a political agenda. Would you believe there’s no field testing in the organic sector? None.
Thursday, May 28,2015

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I am still wary of the non-profit community being screwed on this deal. What Latino groups have you reached out to? What churches have you reached out to for suggestions? What does the human relations commission have to say about this deal? I fully expect the working people of this town to be shut out of use of this facility.
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