Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Save the small town feel

Save the small town feel Bike/hike trails, nature center and picnics — or tall buildings crammed with apartments? That’s the choice we the people should have — to vote for open space — or … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t fall for con game

Don’t fall for con game I am deeply concerned by recent events and actions from some people in the petition group wanting no development on Pine Curve/PACE. There are outright lies, innuendo and … more

Letter to the editor: Keep momentum going in DCSD

Keep momentum going As a community member since 2003 whose children have graduated from Douglas County School District (DCSD) in the past five years, I have seen many changes in the district’s … more

Letter to the editor: It’s our land

It’s our land On Aug. 19, four Parker town council members (Diak, Rivero, Lewis and Williams) voted to sell the 24-acre Pine Curve property across from the library to a shopping center developer … more

Letter to the editor: Read between the lines

Read between the lines While circulating the citizens initiative petitions for Save PACE Parking & Pine Curve 3.0, I’ve had to learn the counterfeiter’s hidden meanings of certain terms. … more

Letter to the editor: Teachers shouldn’t be armed

Teachers shouldn’t be armed I am writing to show my support for Dr. Tucker’s fact-based stance on not arming teachers in our schools. As a parent of a student who was in last year’s school … more

Letter to the editor: Take deal off table

Take deal off table If I were a billionaire (and you don’t know that I’m not) I too would make the same decision as our Douglas County commissioners and donate my $10 million to the school … more

Letter to the editor: Why not open space?

Why not open space? Regarding Todd Hendrek’s letter “Development fact check”: A horrible person once said: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come … more

Letter to the editor: Act could lower global danger level

Act could lower global danger level The Global Fragility Act passed in the House and is now going through the Senate. Sen. Cory Gardner is the only Colorado representative to cosponsor this bill so … more

Letter to the editor: Take action

Take action I fled communist China for the U.S. in 1988, and bought my first home in Parker with my husband in 1999. We chose Parker because of its small town feel and lots of open space. Over the … more

Letter to the editor: Council needs to listen

Council needs to listen Two Parker Town Council votes reveal efforts to limit citizen input: 1) On Aug. 5, the Council approved Resolution 19-065, which controls and limits public comment at council … more

Letter to the editor: Development fact check

Development fact check Awhile back, as a young home owner, I signed a piece of paper from a roofer thinking it was for an estimate, but in reality it was a contract. I learned my lesson then, so I … more

Letter to the editor: How about an events center?

How about an events center? I was serving on the planning commission in 2002 when the first master plan for Pine Curve was developed. The current citizens committee to protect Pine Curve is correct. … more

Letter to the editor: Fight fire with fire

Fight fire with fire Gun violence, particularly mass shootings, has tragically been taking the lives of innocents in our country in alarming rates over the past several decades. Blaming any president … more

Letter to the editor: DCSD has made strides

DCSD has made strides As a long time Douglas county resident, a parent of two Douglas county school district graduates, and as I look forward to the birth of my first grandchild, I am reminded once … more

Letter to the editor: Too much development already

Too much development already Isn't Parker congested enough with monster apartment complexes and huge commercial buildings? The Parker Town Council voted to sell the 23 acres of prime vacant land at … more

Letter to the editor: Meek deserves your vote

Meek deserves your vote I would like to extend my gratitude to Wendy Vogel for representing my area, District A, on the Douglas County School Board for these past four years. Wendy has been a true … more

Letter to the editor: Schools are in right direction

Schools are in right direction I am a parent of two high school students in Douglas County. We are very excited to start the new school year. As we were driving all around Highlands Ranch this … more

Letter to the editor: Meek a strong candidate

Meek a strong candidate I’m so excited to see that Susan Meek has decided to run for school board. Not only is she experienced and knowledgeable about education policy at the school, district and … more

Letter to the editor: Make sure you are heard

Make sure you are heard Have you heard of The Borgen Project? TBP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, fighting global poverty since 2003. The organization encompasses a wide network of active … more
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