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Fire election

Dear Editor: I am pleased to recommend for your consideration two candidates for the upcoming fire department board election. Don Peterson and Ed Ainsworth are a perfect match for this…

Gravel pit impact

Dear Editor: The proposed routes of the gravel pit through our residential subdivision on Cascade, Buttress, Meadows and South Pagosa Boulevard can have a negative impact on the whole community,…

Coccidioides

Dear Editor: I am writing to you in regards to a proposed gravel pit on County Road 500. I have learned that trucks hauling gravel may use a route that…

PAWSD election

Dear Editor: It is time for the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) election and ballots are already being mailed out. The PAWSD board is one of the most…

Ignored by Nobel

Dear Editor: My latest issue of Time Magazine showed up a day or so ago. This is the issue in which, according to the editors, the 100 most-influential people in…

No character

Dear Editor: It’s natural to dislike statements that are uncomfortably accurate. It’s worse when those statements describe the embarrassment of our group’s failures. So we tend to think of them…

‘Yes’ on TABOR

Dear Editor: In 1992, TABOR was approved by the voters of Colorado. It required that the voters in any taxing district decide for themselves if they want to impose any…

Pagosa’s Past

Dear Editor: Thank you for running John M. Motter’s weekly column called “Pagosa’s Past.” It is the first article that I look for in The PREVIEW. I truly enjoy reading…

Garcia support

Dear Editor: We write this letter as the Southwest Organization for Sustainability’s (SOS) support of Mark Garcia’s re-election to the La Plata Electric Association’s (LPEA) board of directors. In these…

Deny the pit

Dear Editor: I am concerned about the use of residential roads to service the proposed gravel pit on south Trujillo Road, and the impact of 25-ton gravel-hauling trucks on health…