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PLPOA vote no

Dear Editor: PLPOA directors want to increase their spending limit (without resident approval) from $100,000 to over $800,000-plus. This is a really bad idea for homeowners. Any time you give…

Potholes

Dear Editor: We have been residents here since 2008. Over that time span, the pavement in the City Market parking lot has been a continual problem with very large potholes.…

Add hearing aids

Dear Editor: Many seniors will tell you they don’t know how they’d get along without Medicare. The 50th anniversary of this very important program is coming on July 30. Medicare…

Center closing

Dear Editor: What a loss to see our Pagosa Springs Youth Center closing. Joanne Irons has helped so many kids in our community with her own time and money. The…

Paul’s vision?

Dear Editor: Searching for truth, to find direction and understanding, I often turn to the Bible. I recently discovered an interesting scripture that opened my eyes to recent rulings by…

Give inspiration

Dear Editor: In keeping with my “patronize the small local business” theme, I would like to call attention to Pagosa Springs’ smallest and oft unnoticed business endeavors. It seems like…

‘Melting pot’

Dear Editor: Color, religion, origin, etc. It is past time to grow, personally and as a nation, to put our differences aside for good. Most of us are “there.” All…

Clean up mess

Dear Editor: Across from the brew club is the worst eyesore on U.S. 160 since the abandoned trailers and trash in Aspen Springs a few years ago; remember? By the…

Vets for Vets

Dear Editor: OK, we have just celebrated the birth of our country. The sadness I have felt and continue to feel for many of our vets is still there. Many…

Self-destruction

Dear Editor: “The most consistent and profound message threaded throughout Pope Francis’ text is how disproportionately vulnerable the poor are to the escalating effects of climate change. Poor communities are…