Letters to the editor
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Diverse groups suggest new ways to help unhoused, weigh neighborhood concerns

Registered neighborhood organizations (RNO), business improvement districts (BID), and creative districts have received inquiries regarding the seeming surge of homeless encampments in Denver. To our … more

Letter to the editor: Change is constant and unsettling

Change is constant and unsettling. Our friends and neighbors experiencing homelessness or staring at the brink of homelessness know this all too well. Maybe you, too, are a missed paycheck away from … more

Letter to the editor: No on ballot issue 4C

No on ballot issue 4C Readers should be aware that this is not a temporary tax increase that will expire when the pandemic ends, or when a bond issue has been paid off. This is a permanent tax … more

Letter to the editor: Vote no on Prop EE

Vote no on Prop EE Proposition EE is a tax increase on Coloradans amid a global pandemic. As we attempt to recover from COVID-19 hardships, now is not the time to impose a $294 million tax increase … more

Letter to the editor: Support 4C for education

Support 4C for education My family recently moved to Littleton from a premier school district in Texas and sought out Littleton Public Schools based on rankings, word of mouth, and location. I … more

Letter to the editor: 4C is needed for future

4C is needed for future How much is a child’s life, future, hopes and dreams worth? As a mental health professional at Options High School, one of multiple alternative programs on the proposed … more

Letter to the editor: School cuts would hurt vulnerable

School cuts would hurt vulnerable I am a parent with a child in the 4C Littleton Public School System. I am writing because the $156 million shortfall in state level funding could mean my son and … more

Letter to the editor

I am a Colorado voter registered as unaffiliated. It is my opinion that two particular actions by President Donald Trump have not received proper media attention, yet they provide clear testimony … more

Letter to the editor: Support LPS Ballot Measure 4C

Support LPS Ballot Measure 4C Saving lives, extending opportunities, and creating meaningful relationships all describe Options Secondary; however, over the years, shortfalls of $156 million in state … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner follows predictable path

Gardner follows predictable path Senator Cory Gardner’s recent statement that confirmation hearings should go forth now (some 40 days before the presidential election) to fill the SCOTUS vacancy … more

Letter to the editor: 4C is crucial for schools

4C is crucial for schools After hearing the General Fund Financial Updates at recent Littleton Public Schools board meetings, I am writing to urge voters to support 4C, the mill levy override. With … more

Letter to the editor:Champion a bipartisan representative

Response to a letter to the editor by Blair Johnson of Littleton (Littleton Independent, Sept. 3): Blair Johnson’s lack of research skills and obvious bias jumps out in his op-ed. (District 38) … more

Letter to the editor: RTD needs Edwards

RTD needs Edwards A lot of attention this November will focus on the presidential election. Even so, Highlands Ranch has a unique local election to consider and one of our neighbors is running to … more

Letter to the editor: Vote green, not Gardner

Vote green, not Gardner I spent this Labor Day weekend taking in the views of three of Colorado’s iconic fourteeners in the San Juan Mountains. I couldn’t have asked for better hiking weather — … more

Letter to the editor: Craig Marshall Smith column was a keeper

Column was keeper I frequently want to write to thank Craig Marshall Smith for saying, so much better, what I think. Today is the day. When I read his column about driving in our current world I … more

Letter to the editor: Stand up for Littleton immigrant center

Stand up for immigrant center Last month my student passed her citizenship interview. It was one of the proudest moments of my life. We had been studying since November, when I signed up to be a … more

Letter to the editor: Silent Gardner should speak up

Silent Gardner should speak up Senator Cory Gardner has been rather noisy lately. Noisy about meeting with start-ups in Colorado Springs, health centers in Grand Junction (as he supports the lawsuit … more

Letter to the editor: Add air quality to the fight

Add air quality to the fight The current fight for Black Lives Matter make it impossible to ignore systemic inequity in our communities. As part of this awakening we must also acknowledge that … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner's bipartisan bonafides

Gardner's bipartisan bonafides Most of us agree that our country is sorely needing more bipartisan, constructive dialogue and cooperation these days. Senator Cory Gardner embodies this much-needed … more

Letter to the editor: Place debt spotlight on colleges

Place debt spotlight on colleges Got a college loan you can’t pay because you can’t find a good enough job? Your beef should be with the college that you paid for your education, not the … more
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