The Verde Village Property Owners Association would like to make a statement regarding development in and around the City of Cottonwood.
My husband and I are both retired public school teachers.
In regard to your excellent coverage of the mass protest against mandating the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of continued employment at Verde Valley Medical Center, there are complex health issues involved.
Cottonwood traffic circle poses a real problem for local bicyclists!
After Katie Hobbs’ Talk of the Town in the opinion and commentary section of The Verde Independent of Sept. 29, I decided I had to respond.
Social Security was created on Aug. 18, 1935, when President Roosevelt signed it into law.
I am writing in support of the renewal of the bond overrides for both Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union High School districts.
I will be voting NO on this override. I’m tired of federal, state, county and city governments not able to stay within their budgets.
I want to extend my sincere gratitude to all of my community members for the continued support of education in our community.
Putting a price tag on our future and arguing about money says nothing about the value of what is being invested in the middle class and people in poverty.
Housing developments and motor home parks are causing real problems with water resources here in Camp Verde.
Five years ago, all we talked about was the water shortage here in the Verde Valley. Now it seems the city is looking at approving large developments.
In a Sept. 19 letter, a reader puts forth the premise that “anti-vaccinators” are hypocritical since they also do not recognize a woman’s right to choose.
A 741 acre development, with thousands of homes, a water-park, proposed on Arizona state Land, in Cottonwood?
In a recent article about a resort proposed for Cottonwood, Bruce Barrett with Chromatic Resorts said that he was interested in purchasing water rights from the Friends of the Verde River.
In response to “Medical Expenses” in the Sept. 12 edition of The Verde Independent, do I have this straight?
It’s amazing how these anti-vaccinators are always talking about private liberties, but they are also the one’s pushing to control a woman’s right to choose.
What is happening with our “hospital-owned” healthcare in the Cottonwood/Verde Valley area?
In response to the letter, “My body, my choice,” this is a self-appointed epidemiologist who thinks they know more than the CDC? You can find whatever you want on the internet.
I totally agree with Nancy Floyd in that persons who choose to not vaccinate should not be expecting any government, agency, organization, et al., to pay or help pay for their medical expenses.
In response to a letter stating, “It has not been proven that the un-vaxed are a greater risk to the public than the fully vaxed.” Who are you kidding?
When there is a topic, any topic, and there are two sides that disagree, the rational and intellectual way to resolve the issue is to have a debate.
In response to the “Masking is a choice” letter to the editor published Aug. 22, 2021, I take exception to this letter on at least two issues:
In my view most people choose to vaccinate for protection.
A reader recently wrote to castigate the editor for claiming that wearing a mask is a responsible thing to do to mitigate the spread of the growing Covid-19 virus and the Delta variant. As with many people the reader invoked her “personal choice.”