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    Letters - April 15, 2021

    Re: ATV frenzy
    For over six years I have been an advocate of a Forest Service permit plan that would limit and manage the traffic entering the Lead King Loop. This would include a noise ordinance requiring all ATVs and motorized vehicles to comply with a reasonable decibel level… read more →

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    Letters - April 8, 2021

    Re: Positive intent
    Thanks to Trustee Bohmfalk for his insightful opinion published on March 25. Good advice in these times of growth. When I was appointed as second alternate to the P&Z so long ago, I attended “New Commissioner Training” conducted by the Division of Local Affairs (DOLA).… read more →

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    Letters - April 1, 2021

    Re: Re: RFHS
    According to School Board policy in the Roaring Fork School District, the superintendent has the final word on who is hired as principal, and his vote is the only one that counts. Four years ago, despite the unanimous support by her staff, students and community members,… read more →

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    Letters - March 25, 2021

    Re: Climate of love
    I am writing in response to Gwen Garcelon’s column in last week’s Sun. It seems that the incident involving Michael Francisco, the police and City Market is ripe for a restorative, rather than retributive process. All three appear to be not only the affected party,… read more →

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    Letters - March 18, 2021

    Re: C.A.R.E.
    Thank you Cathi Basler for your opinion piece on stray or unwanted animals. I am 82 years old and have recently adopted a cat from C.A.R.E. who is an equivalent age in cat years. In a way, it is a hospice situation for the cat. She needs… read more →

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    Letters - March 11, 2021

    Plan A please
    I write this letter to provide input and concerns about the plans to improve the 8th Street Corridor. I have owned a home on 8th Street for 25 years and grew up in the same house from the time my parents had it built in the… read more →

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    Letters - March 4, 2021

    To the Carbondale community
    Despite our incredibly strong and compassionate community, Carbondale is not immune from
    unfortunate situations arising from time to time. My expectation is that the Town will carefully
    evaluate the incidents that took place at City Market last December in more depth and in… read more →

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    Letters - February 25, 2021

    Illuminated
    Light the Night with Love shined brightly, bringing community members, artists, youth and sponsors together to spread joy and laughter. Carbondale Arts believes this is crucial as we maneuver through what, we hope, are the final months of strict COVID regulations. The event was safe and creative and… read more →

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    Letters - February 18, 2021

    Re: Subdivision and redevelopment
    A recent Glenwood Post article covered the approval of new buildings to replace the Sopris Shopping Center. The proposal is in two parts. One is to enlarge the mini storage with a new two-story, climate-controlled building to the west of the existing storage buildings. Second… read more →

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    Letters - February 11, 2021

    Sharing the love
    Camy Britt’s letter last week was “Right On.” Carbondale IS a great place to live for the vibes and events! We also have the Carbondale Nature Park, great cross-country skiing at Spring Gulch, and all of our outdoor COVID-safe activities. We are all in this together… read more →

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