Letters 10/21/21



Letters: June 18, 2020

Improve oil/gas regs Amid the current public health crisis and evidence that air pollution increases vulnerability to respiratory viruses, it is now more important than...

Letters: 3/10/16

Superdelegate Polis Democrats voted for Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton by a 2:1 margin in Colorado’s Second Congressional District on Super Tuesday. Jared Polis, who...

On Proposition 113: More is needed than eliminating the Electoral College

I was 11 years old. It was the first presidential election I remember. John Kennedy eventually won with 303 electoral votes and a 112,000-popular-vote advantage....

Letters: Jan. 5, 2023

Junie Joseph responds On the first day of the new year, my resolution was tested. As a public servant, my new year’s resolution is that we...

Letters 10/7/21

What Safer Boulder wants My family recently moved to Boulder with our now seven-month-old daughter. In the 1980s I lived here for several years at...

Letters: 9/15/16

Dyer’s a needed Muckraker I shudder to think where we’ll be if journalists like Joel Dyer disappear. Amid massive layoffs at newspapers going “digital first,”...

Letters: We are Boulder strong! and more

We are Boulder strong! There is often a grasping which can follow mass shooting terrorism. Grasping to fear, trauma and hope. Hoping for the swift...

Letters & Corrections 10/14/21

Corrections: “Vote Guide 2021,” published October 7, contained this inaccurate sentence: “That law says the council cannot amend an initiative passed by voters ‘provided that...

Letters: 4/2/2020

The China Plague? “Danish Plan” in the March 2020 issue of Boulder Weekly starts with “The latest China Plague.” Either Paul doesn’t know that coronavirus...

Letters 1/27/22

We need explanations I was in Denver when the Marshall Fire destroyed my neighborhood of 22 years, Sagamore. But the firsthand accounts I am hearing...

Aug. 13 letters: Occupancy limits, noise pollution and more

Let people have a say in occupancy limits We are a young family living together — a sister, her husband and a brother — who...

Letters: Jan. 19, 2023

Rethink city leadership For the current majority on the City Council, addressing “quality of life” issues appears to apply not to residents and neighborhoods, but...