Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Greetings Colorado!

How are you doing today? I am writing to you as part of a class project for the novel “The Watsons Go To Birmingham.” My classmates and I are contacting newspapers across the country in a … more

Letter to the Editor: Oil and Gas bullies

Oil and gas bullies I feel strongly about the oil and gas bill currently making its way through the legislature. I feel strongly about the health, safety and future of Coloradans and that the … more

Letter to the editor: Beltway blues

I am a mom and resident of Leyden Rock — A majestic community where my family of 4 (and two pups) have made lifelong friends and become part of a cohesive community. Or, so we thought. At … more

Letter to the editor: Not transparent on Glass

On March 7 the Jeffco School Board met and once again violated their obligation to transparency. The agenda contained an extension to Superintendent Glass’s contract. The contract had not been … more

Public safety ahead of profit

Holy Frac pad! Colorado Democrats introduce a Bill (SB19-18) to put public safety ahead of oil and gas profits and the internet erupts! How quickly people forget, just … more

We have the technology to be green

We have the technology to be green I was impressed but not surprised when I read about new sustainable skis, clothes, and shoes in a recent Westminster Window article. Time and time again, intrepid … more

Letter to the editor: Jefferson Parkway plan will slow Indiana

The proposed Jefferson Parkway is a tollway to be funded and operated by a private enterprise. The current plan is to re-align Indiana Street and will include a roundabout. A roundabout is a … more

Northglenn Recreation Center deserved a vote

Northglenn Recreation Center deserved a vote As a 26-year resident of Northglenn I have a question: Why wasn’t the public allowed to vote on a new recreation center? Was it because previous times … more

Good people lost in the Blue Wave

Good people lost in the Blue Wave I will take a “short pause” when someone can tell me why these good Adams County servants were not re-elected? Stan Martin, Adams County Clerk and Recorder … more

Reject `Red flag’ overreach

Reject `Red flag’ overreach It is my understanding that the current version of HR19-1177, the “red Flag” bill, does not require nor would it allow the accused person the be present at the … more

Of bailouts and engine lights

Of bailouts and engine lights I like the picture of the “Amateur” in the editorial cartoon (Westminster Window, Feb. 14) on page 14: One guy is holding up another while CEOs and directors are … more

How technology is reducing workers comp costs while improving workforce health

A new acquaintance through the Metro North Chamber of Commerce introduced me to space age technology which is reducing worker’s compensation claims and sick leave taken. Les Simpson, CEO of … more

Taxpayers need a rainy day fund

How great if Colorado would enact a Secure Savings Plan so that all Coloradans can have a rainy-day fund and a retirement plan. Our elected officials need a wake-up call! Thousands of Coloradans … more

Sitting is not showing respect

Sitting is not showing respect As I watched the President’s State of the Union address, I was uplifted by memories of our country’s past greatness and valiant stories of heroes who have served … more

Letter to the Editor: Thanks for Christmas help

Thanks for Christmas help I am writing to thank Westminster residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season. Because of the generosity of donors in … more

Letter to the Editor: Full-day kindergarten a win

Full-Day Kindergarten—A Win for Colorado Kids and Teachers I was pleased to hear Senator Dominick Moreno, Chair of the Colorado Assembly’s Joint Budget Committee (JBC), list funding for full-day … more

Letter to the Editor: Westminster made right choice

City council vacancies Bill Christopher apparently thinks that what we need is an election, even though we are just now coming out of our foxholes from the last one. Such a special election would … more

Letter to the Editor: Thank you Polis

Thank you Polis for keeping your Promises It’s clear that in November, Colorado made the right choice - one week in office, and Governor Polis is already keeping his promises! I was thrilled to see … more

Letter to the Editor: Good old girls club?

Good Old Girls club? I’m sorry that Sen Winter decided that people being upset about how the Westminster City Council decided to fill their empty seats somehow means that we are “upset with women … more

Letter to the Editor: Better world is possilbe

Better world is possible Over the past few years, Colorado in general and the Denver Metro area specifically have seen tremendous growth, and with it, booming economic prosperity for the already … more
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