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Letters to the Editor


LTE: Unprecedented levels of student achievement and success

LTE: Unprecedented levels of student achievement and success

Our students are entering a complex, highly-competitive workforce, unlike anything previous generations have experienced.
LTE: Why I believe you should support the St. Vrain Project

LTE: Why I believe you should support the St. Vrain Project

I write today to remind voters that it’s important to protect habitat, but the other two bottom lines must be considered, too
Letter to the editor: I don't want to leave

Letter to the editor: I don't want to leave

"Without affordable housing, I am forced to leave a community that raised me," Holmes said.
LTE: The past 2 ½ years have been baptism by fire

LTE: The past 2 ½ years have been baptism by fire

"Leading a city is very similar to leading a county," Jones said.
Letter to the editor: Empathy. Energy.

Letter to the editor: Empathy. Energy.

The Longmont Leader accepts contributions, photos, and op-eds for publication from community members, business leaders and public officials on local topics.
Letter to the editor: Former commissioner supports Shively

Letter to the editor: Former commissioner supports Shively

Solutions for issues such as environmental protection, climate action, community safety, and justice reform ... need systemic change
LTE: Longmont's mayor weighs in on county commissioner race

LTE: Longmont's mayor weighs in on county commissioner race

"I have worked with Ashley for over six years," Peck said.
Letter to the editor: Favoring experience

Letter to the editor: Favoring experience

Primary election ballots will arrive in your mail in the next day or two.
Letter to the editor: Support for county commissioner candidate

Letter to the editor: Support for county commissioner candidate

"She is an unstoppable force for positive change," Siffing said.
Letter to the editor: Changing internet for local nonprofits

Letter to the editor: Changing internet for local nonprofits

As the original bonds are paid off, NextLight will have excess cash to reinvest into the community.