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Fox 31 recently did a story on the "growing coyote problem" in Centennial.  The problem is not coyotes. The problem is suburban sprawl, with people moving here in droves and taking over what … more
Coloradans should be proud of our Western independent streak. Regardless of political affiliation, most like to live their lives without someone else telling them how to do it. It is with that … more
As a longtime Englewood resident and teacher in Englewood Schools, I have seen how important the elementary schools are to this community, and it gave me joy to hear the board passed a resolution … more
The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District comprises the seven metro counties. Ballot question 4B is simply the renewal or extension of the one-tenth of 1 percent sales tax (one penny for a $10 … more
Colorado Community Media welcomes letters to the editor, including letters expressing an opinion on candidates or issues appearing on the ballot for the November election. Please keep in mind the … more
Our state's constitution has become cluttered with directives pushed by special interests. This isn't a good thing, but there is a good reason it has happened: It's easy to do. Special interests from … more
Englewood is a fine city to live in, with a small-town feel, but also an eye on growth and development to keep up with the rest of the metro Denver area. We boast of our low crime rate, variety of … more
Proponents of Initiative 75 are currently collecting signatures in our community in an attempt to get a "local control" initiative for oil and gas development on this November's ballot.  … more
Part of the con of getting marijuana legalized was the advocates saying they wanted it "regulated just like alcohol." So why the complaints by pot club advocates?   The prohibition on public … more
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