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Letters

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    Not understanding Byerley’s columns

    Editor:
    Unlike the last Republican debates where the topics were the size of Trump’s hands and who could come up with the most derogatory nickname, the Democrats spoke about serious issues that are facing our country.

    I don’t expect Ms. Byerley to be able to understand these discussions, so her opinion in last week’s Courant does not surprise me.

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    Byerley should focus outrage on behavior, not the person

    Editor:

    Nicole Byerley’s rant about out-of-staters made me cringe. She who calls herself a Christian speaks like a jingoistic nationalist. Stranger, go home, you’re not welcome here. But first leave your money behind, and don’t let the door hit you in the rear. 

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    Former high school should be a community college

    Editor:

    Having more than 20-plus years in the construction trades, I’ve been involved in some amazing projects. From residential to heavy industrial, commercial and maritime. It’s not uncommon to tear buildings down and start all over from scratch. The real challenge is to take an existing building and repurpose it into something new and exciting but keeping the old mostly intact.

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    Improved Medicare for all

    Editor:

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    Thank you Clear Creek community

    Editor:

    Thank you for supporting Two Brothers Deli and The Yoga Room for the past 20 years. You have helped us grow as individuals and as a community.

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    Contact legislators to promote climate-change legislation
    Editor:
    With just weeks remaining in this year’s legislative session, the Colorado General Assembly still has a number of extremely important climate and energy bills queued up.

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    Legislators shouldn’t mandate vaccinations

    Editor:

    Don’t you love how people can just pass a law without being qualified on the subject matter?

    Our state legislature is proposing a bill, if passed, that will take away personal and religious exemptions for vaccinations. We need to retain rights with what happens to our body. If a person wants to take a vaccination, go ahead. My doctor has patients who have been injured by previous vaccinations. Should they have to take more?

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    Who will remain?

    Editor:

    There are so few people left who seek the truth. People have become lazy, letting others tell them what that is. To speak that truth, once you find it, is costly. 

    Friends, family and associates part the waters to avoid even eye contact with you. The herd is far more comfortable for them. Such truth-seekers are called “conspiracy theorists,” among other mean-spirited things these days. 

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    New solutions for Digger Field
    Editor:

    Did you know that the school board was voting to sell Digger Field last Tuesday, March 19? Probably not since they only post their agenda 24 hours in advance (so the public doesn’t find out or the Courant doesn’t have time to publish it).

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    The housing and Digger Field solution

    Editor:

    There is a misconception that there is such a shortage of places to build housing that Digger Field should be dug up instead of saving some for playfields and a future Carlson Elementary.