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Letters

  • LETTER: Pro-Keystone editorial misleading

    Editor:

    The guest editorial on the Keystone XL pipeline is way off base.

  • LETTER: School overcrowding a serious issue in Brighton

    Editor:

    Isn’t it a concern for anyone that our schools are filled to the maximum or over? Why are new schools not being built to alleviate the congestion? More and more houses keep popping up bringing more people to Brighton making schools dangerously over-crowded! The high school is populated so that my son can’t see in between people in the hallways. Isn’t being packed like sardines a hazard and risk everyone should worry about? God forbid a fire happens! There would likely be injuries and/or death from the stampeding!

  • Letter: Recall the Adams County Commissioners

    Editor:

    I would like to see a recall of all three Adams County Commissioners. The work they do is putting the future of the county and all of us citizens at risk.

    They have shut down small businesses at a whim, saying it is for the good of the people. They are taxing us into oblivion, calling them fees to skirt the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. If we continue on this course we are doomed.

  • LETTER: Adams County, home of the rain tax

    Editor:

    Stormwater utility “tax” or “fee”? The Adams County commissioners claim it is a fee, but I say it is a tax.

    Either way, the commissioners are charging for the rain that falls on roofs and driveways in unincorporated Adams County. This is the same rain that homeowners cannot collect because, by law, it belongs to someone else.

  • LETTER: Still no vote, yet more taxes

    Editor:

    In a few short days, 27,500 property owners in unincorporated Adams County will be getting hit with round two of the controversial storm water tax.  A burdensome tax we were denied the opportunity to vote on. 

    Only this time, it will bill separate from our property taxes, so be prepared to write Uncle Sam Adams yet another check from your hard-earned savings or Social Security income.

  • LETTER: Disillusioned, disgusted by stormwater handling

    Editor:

    At the first meeting of the Adams County stormwater task force held May 22, we heard from Commissioner Chaz Tedesco, where he told us that the commissioners wanted to get our input to better fund the stormwater issue and would seriously consider our recommendations.

  • LETTER: Veteran benefits, resources remain critical

        Editor:
        As the honorable and memorable Veterans Day fades away and comes to a close, we continue to reflect on the jobs that current and past soldiers have provided. It is extraordinary what is asked of a solider. A solider pinned in a foxhole for hours, if not days, while having shots flying over his head, waiting for relief to come, requires a brave and elite individual. Their service and sacrifice should be rewarded and highly respected.

  • More teachers should explore PACE

        Editor:
        As a local educator, I am especially excited for the fall and the hope and promise of a new school year. I love settling back into the classroom, getting to know all my new students, and the fresh opportunity to impact the lives of kids.
          While teaching is my passion, I couldn’t face these daily challenges without the support of my colleagues, administrators and my teachers’ organization — the Professional Association of Colorado Educators (PACE).

  • In defense of Al Jacobson

        Editor:
        I have been a subscriber to the paper for a long time. I enjoy the columns by Al Jacobson, though I may not agree with all he writes.
        It is great for a newspaper to try and show different sides to issues facing us today.
        I have become somewhat disappointed with some of the recent letters asking to have Al removed because they do not agree with him. This is a major 

  • Respect the right to express points of view

        Editor:
        In a recent paper, you printed a letter from Ms. Phillips of Brighton in regards to the columns written by Al Jacobson.
        I want to first thank you for printing all articles that provide viewpoints that are liberal, conservative and sometimes somewhere in between. It is our duty and privilege as informed and, hopefully, intelligent readers to read and discern the content of those articles.
        Reading is the same as viewing art. The individual perception is often very different.