How many will benefit?

How many will benefit?

There are 3 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Aug 2, 2013, titled How many will benefit?. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

Recent Trail-Gazette editorials have emphasized potential for better than average opportunities in the Estes Valley for our future economic development.

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Jake

Denver, CO

#1 Aug 2, 2013
As usual, the Trail Gazette doesn't have the Cajones to publish the name of the writer of an article which usually has the potential of drawing a lot of criticism. Therefore the article has no merit whatsoever and can be construed as one person's opinion. As for the article content, hogwash. Estes Park has survived until now and is fine as it is. All you city rejects who move here with your grandiose ideas need to stay in your city and keep your city ways out of Paradise!

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#3 Aug 3, 2013
Jake wrote:
As usual, the Trail Gazette doesn't have the Cajones to publish the name of the writer of an article which usually has the potential of drawing a lot of criticism. Therefore the article has no merit whatsoever and can be construed as one person's opinion. As for the article content, hogwash. Estes Park has survived until now and is fine as it is. All you city rejects who move here with your grandiose ideas need to stay in your city and keep your city ways out of Paradise!
1) It's an editorial board. They announced it back in May that the the editorials would be a multi-person project. Google it and give up this "nobody signed it" whining....

2) Estes Park is a community just like many others - with some great things about it and with its problems. It is not paradise. Those consider it to be paradise usually are those wearing blinders, or worse, with their heads buried somewhere......
Like in their sister

Estes Park, CO

#4 Aug 3, 2013
Be that as it may, would it hurt to have whoever is doing the editorial duties for that issue just put their name to it. What is obvious, for whatever reason, is that the actual editor of the newspaper doesn't write the editorials, which is strange it itself, and no at all common to real newspapers, so to confound this issues by running unsigned "editorials by committee" seems to worsen the problem Believe me, there is always one consistent voice with the cheerleading-type editorials, it's not like anything is being hidden by leaving the author's name off, which again, would appear that they are trying to beg off or shut themselves off from any criticism. But what do I know, I don't pull threesomes with my mother and sister like the above "location hidden" idiot from Beckley.

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