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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    More bad baggage for ObamaCare
    Editor:
    If Denver International Airport’s fondly remembered 1-square-mile automated baggage system could never be made fully operational, how can the ObamaCare computer fiasco (created by a company that failed province-wide in Ontario, Canada) be made to function nationwide?
    Russell W. Haas
    Golden

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    ‘Put It to the People’ aptly named
    Editor:
    Elizabeth Dalebroux’s letter announcing the “Put It to the People” petition drive is very appropriately named. Unfortunately, gun-obsessed individuals like Dalebroux’s group, the leadership of the NRA, the Rocky Mountain Gun Owners and others have been “putting it to the people” of Colorado for years.

  • Our Readers Write

    Put it to the people
    Editor:
    The “Put It to the People” pro-gun, pro-Second Amendment rights initiative petition is now circulating in Jefferson County, plus many other counties in Colorado.

  • Our Readers Write

    Rosier, Griffin need to open minds on the need for more bike lanes
    Editor:
    After reading the article “Commissioners skeptical of need for West Bowles bike lanes,” I am disappointed and not surprised with comments made by Commissioners Faye Griffin and Don Rosier.

  • Our Readers Write

    Littleton City Council is failing to follow correct process for rezoning
    Editor:
    Littleton citizens want to know why the City Council does not follow the city code, especially regarding rezoning processes. Seven large-parcel rezones are being proposed. We are now on No. 5, and although the citizens have requested repeatedly that the council follow the code to benefit all parties, the council has not done so.

  • Our Readers Write

    Panel is working to evaluate inBloom database for district
    Editor:
    I sit on the Jeffco School District Data Advisory Management Council with information technology experts from businesses across Jeffco as well as parents and teachers. We are investigating, testing and advising the district on the potential need for and safety of a new way to organize the extensive amounts of information that Jeffco staff must gather to effectively serve our kids.

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    Cloud-based data storage won’t be safe for Jeffco students
    Editor:

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    Southwest Metro Water District continuing fee discussions
    Editor:
    In the April 2013 edition of Your Water from the Southwest Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District, as well as previous district website updates, Southwest Metropolitan customers have been advised that the district is experiencing significant revenue reductions at the same time aging and deteriorating infrastructure is requiring large capital expenditures.

  • Our Readers Write

    School district’s plan to use ‘cloud’ storage for student data invites disaster
    Editor:
    Jefferson County Schools has decided to put all student personal information in a national database called “inBloom.” It has done this secretly without any prior input from parents and taxpayers.

  • Our Readers Write

    Schools’ plan to test inBloom was carefully considered, communicated
    Editor:
    A recent letter to the editor stated that “Jefferson County Schools has decided to put all student personal information in a national database called ‘inBloom.’ It has done this secretly without any prior input from parents and taxpayers.”