Letters to the editor
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The importance of a local media presence, in this case the Highlands Ranch Herald, was underscored with your front-page story on the HRCA decision to sell part of its operation to an outside company. … more
When I moved from the exploding town of Parker in 2001, to the quiet property at the mouth of Castlewood Canyon, it was to escape the ever-present construction and traffic noise, pollution and lack … more
I read with interest the recent article on heightened tensions between the school board and the community. Everyone is calling for things to de-escalate but nobody knows how to start. I would like … more
A recent headline in this newspaper said, "Meeting outbursts highlight tension" at the Douglas County School Board meeting. Maybe it should have been "Mob rule threatens  to take over … more
Kudos to Amy Fienen of Castle Rock Citizens for Responsible Development for her work on behalf of our community.  Although she says, "I am not a politically motivated person," her political … more
I'd like to say bravo and thanks to those few Castle Rock residents who have been vocal about the unrestrained growth in our community. I've lived in Castle Rock for well over a decade and I've … more
Proponents of Initiative 75 are currently collecting signatures in our community in an attempt to get a "local control" initiative for oil and gas development on this November's ballot.  … more
In response to "Recall effort is deceptive, expensive folly":   As a petitioner for the Donahue recall, let me be clear that the main issue driving this special election is the unrestrained … more
Part of the con of getting marijuana legalized was the advocates saying they wanted it "regulated just like alcohol." So why the complaints by pot club advocates?   The prohibition on public … more
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