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Letters

  • Vox

    Thanks to Columbine Garden Club

    Editor:

    We would like to publicly thank all of the Columbine Garden Club members who attended our last meeting. Thank you so much for all of your help with the weeding and planting of the Triangle and Ruth Mill Park. You are a great group.

    Have a wonderful summer. See you in September.

    Ann Hector and Kris Miller

    co-presidents, Columbine Garden Club

     

    Stretch of Stanley Road needs to be cleaned up

  • Vox

    Clear Creek commissioners should make public safety a priority on Fall River Road

    Editor:

    Clear Creek County commissioners voted unanimously to promote bicycling on Fall River Road despite its dangerous conditions.

    The No. 1 priority of government at all levels is public safety, and there is no question about the severe dangers of cycling on a 9-mile, steep (3,000 foot rise in elevation), narrow, no-passing, four sharp switchbacks, no-shoulder road. 

  • Vox

    Vote for Georgetown sales-tax increase

    Editor:

    My name is Lynette Kelsey, and I have been a selectman for the town of Georgetown, representing the citizens of Ward 2 for the past three years. This has been a great learning experience.

  • Vox

    Tell council to say no to new Exit 241 bridge

    Editor:

    On Feb. 23, the Idaho Springs City Council is scheduled to vote on allowing the Colorado Department of Transportation to build a new bridge at Exit 241 on the east side of Idaho Springs.

    It’s time for everyone in Idaho Springs to say no!

    There are viable alternatives to a new bridge. The current bridge has three lanes under it that can be used for highway lanes. The lanes at 241 can be moved beyond the current bridge, requiring no further changes be made.

  • Vox

    Public must understand that the Internet is not secure

    Editor:

    Greg Romberg needs to take his column one step further.

    That is, anyone sending personal information across the Internet is running the risk of having it stolen by an accomplished hacker. Depending on what the hacker does with the information, it could cost several thousand dollars to get the mess straightened out. 

  • Vox

    Thanks from your

    local health department

    Editor:

    We are grateful to the community for supporting our efforts to improve health care in our county. We ask for your patience, support and continued involvement in 2015 as we make slow but steady progress toward the goals of the Public Health Improvement Plan:

    1. Improved health care access and availability (re-establishing a local primary care provider in Clear Creek County).

    2. Increased mental health/substance abuse prevention and treatment services.

  • Vox

    Lift tickets don’t seem like an ethics violation

    Editor:

    Re: Loveland lift tickets for county employees.

    How many county employees are there? Seems that spread out over all the employees, it hardly has an average value of $50 per person. So it does not violate any ethics law. Just sayin’.

    Bonnie Reimer

    Idaho Springs

  • Vox

    A letter to Gov. Hickenlooper

    Dear Gov. Hickenlooper:

    The business owners of Idaho Springs and the residents of Clear Creek County desperately need your help. The Colorado Department of Transportation has made grievous mistakes during the past two years regarding construction on Interstate 70 in Clear Creek County.

  • Vox

    Give credit where credit is due

    Editor:

    The article on the greenway in Clear Creek Canyon was excellent; however, you failed to acknowledge the real individuals who made this happen. The Clear Creek Open Space Commission initiated and implemented this plan. 

  • Vox

    Thanks for help, donations to
    Carlson Choir’s performance fund-raiser
    Editor:
    The Carlson Choir would like to extend a big thank-you to everyone who helped make our “It’s Pasta!” program a huge success. We raised more than $1,800 and are well on our way to competing for our next gold medal at Elitch’s in the spring!
    First, a thank-you to the family members of the Carlson Choir students. Without you, we couldn’t have done it. We appreciate all of the time and help with costumes, transportation, extra rehearsal, etc.