While Trump was president, the Republicans had control of both the House and the Senate, and they did not fund the Border Wall.
Kudos to you all of the judicial coverage of the drug infestation that haunts this area.
You hear the term “diversity is good” over and over. The term is subjective. Not all diversity is good.
The Dells are worthy of our protection. Protecting all of the undeveloped portions of our unique and spectacular Dells is the best thing Prescott can do to continue to thrive as a truly distinctive location where people want to live and visit.
I read with interest the news article in the Jan. 17 paper regarding the Colorado River water supply.
In regard to the proposed increased property tax issue in Chino Valley, the article states that some of the areas to be amended would be Appaloosa, Brightstar, Mesa View, Highland Ranch, Parkside Village, and Vista Grande Estates. Where in the equation does Meadows 1 and 2, etc. and other lower income areas fall into this measure?
With the ongoing worry about enough water in our state, it does seem ridiculous to consider ANY building (even more water needed) in the Dells, doesn’t it?
I remember watching Rev. Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech on Aug. 28, 1963, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
I invite President Trump to get in the back seat of my pickup and ride with my family to Puerto Penasco, Mexico.
Kudos to Tom Cantlon’s recent column in support of Save the Dells. Why would our city council destroy what makes Prescott special?
I write in rebuttal to Mr. Curt Cowell letter dated Jan. 16, 2019.
Good Morning Fellow Prescottonians. I write this letter to the editor to encourage you to join me in the people’s effort to “Save the Dells.”
I am sure many of you will agree with me that the dog park we have in Chino Valley is not the best, but it is all we have.
Since all members of the federal government take an oath at joining the Congress, Executive, and Judicial Branch to protect the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
On the online version of the Courier (1/16/19) there are headline articles about a total of eight “white” people sentenced for various drug violations, kidnapping a 14-year-old male, a parole violation warrant, unlawful flight and endangerment charges and then one Hispanic man sentenced for murder (it was not mentioned if he was a permanent resident or not so I have to assume he is).
After handing out massive tax cuts to the wealthiest individuals and corporations leading to the highest deficit in history, Republicans now say the only way to reduce it is to cut “entitlements” like Medicare and Social Security.
It is my understanding that most people drive their vehicles about 12,000 -15,000 miles per year.
In response to David Koshollek’s letter of Jan. 8 about how motorcycle helmets will not solve the rider injury problem; well, it is evident that Mr. Koshollek does not like wearing a helmet and that is his primary concern.
The residents of Prescott need to know what the City Council is discussing, and perhaps agreeing upon, with Arizona Eco Development (AED).
Save the Granite Dells for ourselves and for future generations.
Imagine New York City without the escape of Central Park, that oasis of trees, grass, running and bicycle trails.
First let me say that my husband used to hunt and I support legal and ethical hunting.
As a public school teacher in the Prescott area I can speak to the responses I get from students when they hear of the development in the Dells.
As we commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the crisis in America gives us a prime opportunity to move from symbolism to substance to “form a more perfect union, establish justice, and ensure domestic tranquility.”