Letters to the editor: Government is begging for pragmatism; stop mitigation delays; raise admissions standards
Don’t like the price of gas? Buy an electric car for a mere $70,000. Where are the charging stations? Let’s have solar power and windmills. Oh well … let’s just...
Letters to the editor: Bold actions on West Pearl; election law enforcement
West Pearl offers a world of amazing opportunities. We need a compelling vision to unite our dreams of a pedestrian friendly, inspiring and unique space.
Letters to the editor: Community Choice Energy; open West Pearl; uniforms are bad luck; libraries are going digital
Community Choice Energy would allow cities and counties to choose alternative wholesale electricity suppliers on behalf of their residents and businesses. This would introduce competition: a marketplace for electricity.
Letters to the editor: Reopen West Pearl; prioritize public safety; support library funding
Boulder’s population is aging, and no matter how avidly folks pursue “healthy” lifestyles and supplements many will be shocked to find they still face physical limitations. Let’s get real and...
Letters to the editor: District’s unelected board; lifelong friends; CU South’s limited benefits
The citizens of Boulder have always stood by their libraries and will continue to do so. We don’t need an unelected board taking that decision-making process away from us.
Letters to the editor: Marshall Fire rebuilding; prioritize downtown Mall; Joseph cares for community
Boulder County could act proactively and be a hero to the victims. Superior provides an excellent model that could also help Boulder victims if permit fees cannot be reduced or...
Letters to the editor: Camera’s plastic bags; vote for what you like; overthinking CU South; land swap is best solution
Removing plastic bags used to deliver the Camera is a great place to start curbing plastic bag use.
Letters to the editor: Water consumption; appreciating Boulder police; holding politicians accountable; repealing CU South
According to Waterfootprint.org, It costs about 2,522 gallons of water to produce a pound of roasted coffee. No more coffee. An apple costs about 18.5 gallons of water. So "an...
Letters to the editor: Michael Bennet is part of the solution; stable library funding; water consumption
The way to achieve "political healing" in our nation is not to contribute to a roadblock in the U.S. Senate but to elect a Democratic Congress that can contribute to...
Letters to the editor: Denying Cemex extension; farmer fairness tool; public access; Buffs half-time adjustments; library district support
There’s no question that the Cemex plant's proximity to the mine resulted in reduced costs of production, which meant lower prices for consumers. It would be a surprise if it...