Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Blosten the right choice

Blosten the right choice We are truly fortunate in having Charlie Blosten running for the board of directors of South Suburban. Knowing him for over 30 years as the director of public works for the … more

Letter to the editor: Pick Blosten for board

Pick Blosten for board Charlie Blosten is a candidate for the May 8 South Suburban Parks and Recreation District’s Board of Directors election, and we wholeheartedly endorse him because we believe … more

Letter to the Editor: So thankful for STEM story

Thank you for Christy Steadman’s excellent article about girls (and women) in STEM courses and careers in last week’s issue. The American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) 2010 … more

Letter to the editor: Vote Barrett for SSPR board

Vote Barrett for SSPR board It is with great honor that I endorse Pete Barrett, my friend and colleague for the past 30 years, as he runs for a South Suburban Board of Directors position. Pete and I … more

Letter to the editor: Pick Pye

Pick Pye I strongly endorse Susan Pye to be elected to one of the three open seats on the South Suburban Parks and Rec District Board of Directors. Susan has been a long-time advocate for the seniors … more

Letter to the editor: Vote Pye for SSPR board

Vote Pye for SSPR board Susan Pye shows her support of our senior group of caregivers and our spouses who have dementia, by volunteering her time with us in our bi-monthly Friday Care Cafe meetings … more

Letter to the editor: An important article

An important article Thank you for Christy Steadman’s excellent article about girls (and women) in STEM courses and careers in last week’s issue. The American Association of University Women’s … more

Letter to the editor: Make informed choices

Make informed choices Because of term limits, three of the five seats on the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District’s Board of Directors are open for election on May 8.  Over the next four … more

Letter to the editor: A good lesson

A good lesson Education has the power to change lives. We like that our tax dollars go to schools where the next generation learns to read, write and do arithmetic but also to subsidizing recent … more

Letter to the editor: Bill would bring a boost

As the president of the Cutthroat Chapter of Trout Unlimited in Littleton, I strongly support the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Future Generations Act (SB18-143), a bill that will provide critical … more

Letter to the editor: It doesn’t add up

In the private sector, mergers and acquisitions are common…and are focused on increased efficiency, reduced costs and better customer service. Oddly enough, the merger of local public sector fire … more

Letter to the editor: Families should have say

Thank you for your detailed coverage of the tragic New Year’s Eve morning violence. My condolences to the Matthew Riehl and Zackari Parrish families. May their deaths not be for naught. Sheriff … more

Letter to the editor: A true treasure

Thank you for highlighting the remarkable Sonya Ellingboe in your “My Name is…” column. We first met Sonya when we moved to Littleton in the early 1980s.We always enjoy talking with her and … more

Letter to the editor: The public will pay for it

Regarding Congressman Coffman's guest column on "net neutrality" in last week's paper: While it is admirable that Coffman called for a delay of the vote in December, which went through anyway, I … more

Letter to the editor: Leave the internet alone

Congressman Coffman's letter to the FCC requesting a delay of the rollback of Obama FCC regulations on the internet is not serious policy. His request was designed as a PR tool to garner support from … more

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Letter to the editor: The rest of the story

Mike Coffman in his guest column regarding tax reform (Dec. 7) failed to provide readers with the complete description of the proposal. He did not mention that the Affordable Care Act will be … more

Letter to the editor: Not the right way

  Referring to ballot measures 4B and 4C, though each has many admirable points to it, all of which I support, each measure has an open ended provision. In 4B, the 1 mill property levy and … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for quality of life

As a South Suburban resident, I urge you to vote yes on South Suburban's 4B and 4C ballot issues. These two ballot issues protect our property values by extending the funding for the stellar work … more

Letter to the editor: Vote no on 4B

South Suburban Parks and Recreation is awesome and very much appreciated. However, Ballot Issue 4B can be misunderstood. The vote isn't specifically about funding, it's about the sunset provision … more
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