BFI fire thanks
We at BFI would like to thank everyone who was involved in helping us through the fire we had on Sept. 27. We would like to thank the sheriff and fire departments from all areas that responded.
We would also like to thank our customers, vendors and citizens of Glenwood Springs for their efficiency and professionalism during the fire at our facility.
Everyone was so helpful and understanding.
Because of you, we have been able to take care of business as usual. When in need, our local people do truly take care of their own. Thank you all again.
At the risk of getting personal, I would like to respond to comments submitted by Mr. Jack Blankenship in the Sunday newspaper. His reply to Erin Williams’ letter was a remarkable exhibition of condescension. Seldom have I seen a more insulting letter.
Mr. Blankenship writes a lot of letters to the editor and he obviously fancies himself as an accomplished writer. Indeed, I think his lofty opinions deserve exclusive recognition. May I suggest that all his future letters be printed on a special type of paper, something like bathroom tissue, so that we can study his ideas with the attention they deserve.
Kenneth S. Jones
The Garfield County Public Library System would like to thank the participants of the 13th Annual Spuhler Memorial Golf Tournament, held on Sept. 20 at the Rifle Creek Golf Course. Participants brought children’s books to exchange for mulligans. Seventy-five books were donated to the Garfield County Library System. Thank you for the excellent donations that will be dispersed to the branch libraries. We appreciate your thoughtfulness and generosity.
New Castle Branch Library
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The Glenwood Springs City Council voted to extend the existing face covering mandate for indoor public-facing spaces within city limits during Thursday night’s meeting.