I would like to thank Chris Baird and the other members of the task force for recognizing and addressing the threat that the SARS-CoV-2 (novel coronavirus) and the disease it causes–COVID-19–represents to the whole community in a reasoned and well-thought-out manner and I thank the council members who voted for it. It is disappointing and troubling that the rest of the council members present for the vote and the members of the business community that were present were against this measure.
Kudos and sincere thanks to County Administrator Chris Baird, County Council members Mary McGann, Gabriel Woytek and Jaylyn Hawks for standing for our community’s health and welfare at the March 11 council meeting.
After reading the article concerning the 3-3 vote recently taken by the Grand County Council as to the possible restrictions of gatherings, I would like to express something to those in power in Moab, business owners, and those that live there in Moab.
I’m writing in response to the “My View” column by Marjorie Haun published in your last issue.
Reading about the upheaval for a parking garage reminds me of the argument over a truck bypass. Twenty-five or 30 years ago, there was a movement to build a bypass on the west side of Moab.
The coronavirus meteorite has hit our starship and in time the world will recover.
The writer of the “Bung Fodder” (toilet paper) Letter to the Editor from La Sal left me wondering why toilet paper was a subject of concern with everything else happening these days.
Goodness gracious, and my, oh my! It’s the end of the world as we know it.
Greed always wins in Grand County, why change now?
First, I wish to commend The Times-Independent for tracking the problem of mail theft in Moab, Utah, which has been an on ongoing problem for many, many years.
Stop touching your face. Seriously. Stop it. And wash your hands with soap.
I am writing in regards to the [opinion] that The Times-Independent published about Collin Kartchner and the school district missing the mark on social media assemblies.