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Letter: Ads over health ca

Cutting other to benefit themselves

I am stunned! How can the management of Pitkin County cut the lowest paying jobs, human resources clerk, recording deputy, public works, community development, etc., under the cover of “budget cuts” resulting with those people cut losing their retirement, health insurance, housing and dental.

Yet the individuals that made those cuts can seem to find money to give themselves a raise. Amazing that they can destroy another life so they can enhance their own. Very cold hearted.

Dixie S. Reynolds


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