Letters supporting candidates and ballot issues on the upcoming Nov. 2018 election.
This month’s letters: DPS official explains methodology for number of new middle school seats needed. Inspire PTO President writes concerns about number of seats and transparency. A reader gives his reasons for supporting Proposition 112 on the upcoming ballot.
In 2010 City Council zoning changes granted complete control over Denver parks to the mayor, eliminating a vote of the people.
My name is Aaike Dergance and I am a student at Northfield High School. I have recently researched the importance of school funding and teacher salary and in light of the recent teacher walkouts and protests nationwide.
Thanks for your coverage of the INC Community Forum in March concerning the future of the Park Hill Golf Course (PHCG) land. It is the subject of possible commercial development if the golf course operator does not renew its lease which expires later this year. I served on the organizing committee and as MC for the event.
Global warming is a gradual increase in Earth’s temperature that can and will have serious effects on our future. It occurs when pollutants such as carbon dioxide (CO2) are released into the atmosphere from things like cars and factories.
In the Feb. 1 article, “Local Schools Leading the Way in Integration,” we were satisfied to read about new efforts in the Greater Park Hill and Stapleton communities to push for more integrated schools. As educators, we’re encouraged that our colleagues understand the moral imperative of serving students from all backgrounds.
As I’m getting ready to move to Aurora, I want to say goodbye to Stapleton, where I’ve lived for over three years. I will miss it here.
Letters concerning “Stapleton Stops” and Creative Use of Space by DU at the Solar Decathlon.
City Council is considering a proposal to purchase the Park Hill Golf Course from the Clayton Trust and neighbors are already gearing up to oppose any changes to that property. Opposition to any development here is misguided. Because of the proximity to transit, it is critical that the City is able to strike an appropriate balance between housing and green space on the Park Hill Golf Course Property.