Every year I go to Center and Main to watch Moab’s Electric Light Parade.
None of us like having to pay more taxes, but we need to support the new proposed tax increases. In hindsight, past Grand County councils should have made small increases each year to keep up with inflation.
This is in response to the Nov. 28 opinion piece by those two darned professors about confronting climate change. To be frank, what it all boils down to is that we privileged white males – whom God has chosen to rule the planet – are being asked by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg to admit we might have made mistakes!
Moab Solutions is pleased to announce that two new board members have joined the organization, while three have departed.
A few days ago I was driving to Arches and my car had a low tire. I stopped at a local station and was trying to put in air when out of nowhere a Moab police officer came to my aid.
Thank you to Moab and neighboring communities for supporting Operation Christmas Child this year.
In trying to understand our President’s claim that he was only trying to get to the bottom of corruption in the Ukraine I found a couple of interesting facts.
In regards to the proposed general fund tax increase proposed by the council, I have the following two concerns:
I recently read that studies of traffic speeds on streets with 20 mph limits indicate people are traveling between 20 mph and 29 mph.
The Grand County Council wants over $1.5 million in new and additional spending.
I want to thank the San Juan County Commissioners for investing in a thorough and thoughtful process to develop and adopt new land ordinances for Spanish Valley.
History is a complicated patchwork of activity, perception, and reality. These things get complicated and, as time goes by, memories fade and recollections get fuzzy. But history matters because our very moments now are continuations of our living history, and are the basis for thought and action based on what has gone before. History is rich with lessons for our enrichment and enlightenment.