Dear Editor: Recent discussions about the Town of Meeker transferring ownership of the old elementary school to Rio Blanco County brought a large attendance to the town board meeting, most of whom were opposed to the transfer.
Dear Editor: I would respectfully disagree with Ms. Wilber and Mr. Zellers in their letters to the editor. If we as a community do not start accepting change, we are going to end up like many other small communities with a dead downtown area or, worse, a dead town.
MEEKER I More than 70 residents filled the Meeker Town Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday night to voice concerns at a public hearing about the town turning over the old elementary school to Rio Blanco County for use as the new justice center.
Dear Editor: My wife and I believe it will be a mistake to transfer title of the old school with the intention of building a jail in the middle of our town.
Dear Editor: I am writing this as a concerned citizen and not as a board member of any organization. I am very concerned about the proposal to turn the property of the old elementary school into a justice center.
RBC I Only one or two things remain certain in regard to the remodel/rebuild of the Rio Blanco County Courthouse in Meeker; one is that downtown business owners, Meeker town officials and the Meeker Chamber of Commerce want the complex to remain in downtown Meeker; the other being that geothermal energy is cheaper than the [...]
Dear Editor: A discussion walking the streets leaves me very concerned about the future of Meeker. Should we move the Justice Center east of town near or sharing the proposed new hospital site? All this excitement about new and free is completely overlooking the health of our downtown — if the new action is two [...]