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Thursday, April 25,2013

Letters | Love Savage

Thank you, thank you, thank you for carrying Dan Savage’s column Savage Love!!! I usually get the Westword paper just for that column since I live in the mountains above Boulder and your paper is more relevant to me. Now if you could just reinstate the puzzle page with crosswords and sudoku I wouldn’t need the Colorado Daily either, and you would be the perfect paper in the world to me. Thank you also for This Modern World, the only “cartoon” I could ever need.
Thursday, April 18,2013

Letters | Tell Danish about drought

Could somebody explain to Paul Danish that the Front Range climate is semi-arid, and the weather is in the second year of a severe drought which may go on for more years? There isn’t enough water now.
Thursday, April 11,2013

Letters | Danish and fracking

The COGCC and their ally Gov. Hickenlooper want to put the fracking operations ridiculously close to people’s homes and neighborhood. The scientific data is extremely clear that current fracking practices adversely affect the local air and water quality. The impact to home values is also pretty undeniable.
Thursday, April 4,2013

Letters | Marijuana growers should pay more for electricity

These high-use customers drive the need for increased supply, which all customers have to pay for. A gas electric plant costs in the neighborhood of $80 million. Should we all have to pay increased rates, or just the customers who use twice the average or more?
Thursday, March 28,2013

Letters | We could stop an ice age

In “Have we accidentally prevented another ice age?” (Danish Plan, March 21), he supports global warming as preferable to another ice age, but, not being a climatologist, he doesn’t understand that they are not alternatives.
Thursday, March 21,2013

Letters | Don't forget the mercury at Xcel's Valmont plant

You guys hardly mentioned mercury. Fly ash doesn’t get all of it, especially when burning dirty coal.
Thursday, March 14,2013

Letters | A miss on municipalization

The BW article “Municipalization minefield” (cover story, Feb. 28) does an excellent job highlighting the economic complexities surrounding the City’s effort to create a municipally owned electric utility, but it lacks in offering a holistic perspective.
Thursday, March 7,2013

Letters | A leguminous error

I hope you didn’t pay for this article. Anyone there doing any editing? Not cool taking a swipe at another city for no apparent reason.
Thursday, February 28,2013

Letters | Erie mayor fracks with nature

Mayor Joe, for numerous weeks I have read your opinions in the Colorado Hometown Weekly and watched you bumble your way through with more name-calling (melodramatic, over-the-top fracktivists, and you even had the audacity to cut down Al Gore.)
Thursday, February 21,2013

Letters | Conspiracy theories are sometimes warranted

Who are the real conspiracy theorists? I can agree with Mr. Dyer that there are nutcases out there, but I suggest he look into who is to blame for an epidemic of conspiracy theorists.