Letters
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Letter: Taos baffled by backing

I read the front-page article in the 3/22 edition about the trials and travails of developer Jay Batra in his renovation of the Hotel Don Fernando. These include liens resulting from unpaid bills and … more

Letter: Thanks from a re-elected Questa councilor

Dear Citizens of the Village of Questa,I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for once again placing … more

Letter: Thank you to Questa voters

Dear Citizens of the Village of Questa: I want to thank all my supporters and the citizens of the Village of Questa for their support over the last couple of months. While I didn’t get the … more

Letter: Should Presbyterian take over Holy Cross?

Open letter to Mr. Bill Patten, CEO; Holy Cross Hospital Board of Directors and the Taos Community: I am writing in response to Mr. Patten’s invitation for community input to the urgent … more

Letter: Defending Taos United

I was saddened to see Taos United misrepresented in a My Turn piece by a person who goes on to say that we were once a vibrant diverse community and are no longer. I think this is mistaken. I have … more

Letter – Legislature: Replenish public election fund, avert backroom deals

The topic of how big money influences elections is top of mind as we prepare for the 2018 elections. As a former judge, I’m particularly concerned with public financing of judicial elections … more

Letter: Kudos to Rep. Gonzales

Kudos to (State) Rep. Bobby Gonzales for co-sponsoring House Bill 180 during this year’s legislative session. House Bill 180 would have established voluntary targets for school districts and … more

Letter: Nominate an amazing woman

Do you know of a local woman who has done amazing things? Would you like to see a woman you know recognized for her contributions to our community? Our local Girl Scout Troop 10684 is looking … more

Letter: Recycling is more than a feel good program

A bit of research will explain that the primary reason most folks take the extra effort to recycle is because they care about the environment. Recycling … more

Letter: Pontil timber sale proposed

Carson National Forest supervisor (James) Duran has proposed the Pontil Creek timber sale on the Carson National Forest. The proposed logging is quite close to the Shuree fishing area, McCrystal … more
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