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Letters

  • Vox

    Proposed health service district doesn’t make sense

    Editor:

    We voters in Clear Creek County have several important decisions to make as we cast our ballots this year. We not only elect national, state, county and municipal candidates, we vote on nine state measures (six constitutional amendments and three propositions) as well as several county initiatives.

  • Vox

    Garden club could do landscaping

    Editor:

    It is interesting to see that the city of Idaho Springs is planning to pay someone to landscape in the amount of $16,000. The Colorado Boulevard East plans include landscaping.

    It would be a wonderful tribute to your talented, hard-working garden club volunteers (some are Master Gardeners) to give them money, as they are familiar with our zones and what is indigenous to our area.

  • Vox

    Thanks for support

    Editor:

    It is with profound gratitude that the family of Tom Hayden acknowledges the generosity and loving support of Evergreen Fire/Rescue, the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Department and the countless friends and acquaintances that surrounded our family with care during our most difficult hours and days.

  • Vox

    The Goat needs a home

    Editor:

    “Wanted: New home for cute, adorable and cuddly Goat.”

    KGoat radio may be losing its home. It may be demolished for the Colorado Boulevard redevelopment project to make a new park in front of the Visitor Center. I think that a new park is a good idea, but I believe that the historic log cabin could be moved feasibly.

    I expect the city of Idaho Springs could make some land available, but Clear Creek County has more. There are other options as well.

  • VOX POP

    Resolve the spending epidemic or go

    Editor:

    Everyone in county government, whether elected officials, wannabes, management or rank-and-file employees, needs to ask this simple question: “Am I part of the problem or the solution?”

    County spending and taxation is 250 percent above the county average statewide, and this fact requires an immediate and dramatic remedy.

  • Vox

    Thanks to those who supported choir program

    Editor:

    The Clear Creek Children’s Choir would like to extend a big thank-you to everyone who helped make our “It’s Fiesta!” program a huge success. We raised more than $1,000 and are well on our way to competing for our next gold medal at Elitch’s in the spring.

  • VOX POP

    Commissioners need to act now 

    Editor:

    As I see it, the three county commissioners have two choices at this time: to engage in immediate and broad steps to bring county expenditures and taxes in line with those of other rural counties and the 64-county average in a carefully considered manner; or step down.

  • Vox

    Clear Creek libraries provide professional service

    Editor:

    In response to Mr. Fabyanic’s editorial regarding the Clear Creek Library District, I hope to encourage a more charitable outlook for all concerned. It is certain that even-handed management of personnel is the very core of institutional health.

  • What comes next? My guess is a taxpayer revolt
  • Vox

    Vote to make Idaho Springs city clerk, treasurer positions appointed

    Editor:

    Regarding the question on the ballot for Idaho Springs voters asking to make the city clerk and city treasurer positions appointed, I would like to speak as a former Idaho Springs city clerk and an “insider” to this issue and encourage a yes vote for both.