Letters to the Editor - Bulletin Area

Wed
13
Apr

Letter: ‘Let’s support’ Isaacson for the Senate

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Wed
06
Apr

Letter: New Brighton asks residents to limit water use

To the Editor:

We all can be preserving water from city wells and I acknowledge the city manager’s concern about water shortages. To help conserve water  he has prohibited “filing home pools and home car washing.” I take exception to washing your car at home versus using a commercial car wash found at service stations. Commercial car washes use more water than washing your car at home. In effect the city is mandating wasting water. I’m confident there are additional water-saving methods/ideas to save water that can be implemented that may be more effective.

Wed
23
Dec

Letter: Balanced religion in the paper

To the Editor:
I've had high regard and appreciation for the Bulletin as our community newspaper. But now the Viewpoints page has a Chaplain's  Corner in which Chris Langelett preaches the Christian Gospel and that old time Trinitarian religion. If that's going to be the only religious viewpoint, then the Bulletin is no longer a community newspaper in the sense of being for the whole community. It's now for  the conservative Christian community. The rest of us are outsiders.

Wed
09
Dec

Letter: Re: ‘TCAAP property is free of pollutants...’ Really?

To the Editor:

I know two things for certain: First the suggested additional $10 million in county taxes collected from the TCAAP site will not result in decreased taxes for the citizens of Ramsey County and secondly, there is no way "every inch" of that property is clean.

Wed
09
Dec

Letter: Thank you New Brighton City Council

To the Editor:

Do you know that feeling when the moment has passed and it finally occurs to you what you should have said?
Dec. 1, New Brighton held its annual "Truth in Taxation" meeting that gives tax payers the opportunity to weigh in on the city's proposed budget for the coming year. I considered what I might say there since I had followed with interest the council's discussions, but I couldnít quite come up with the right words. So I attended without any plans to get up and speak.

Wed
09
Dec

Letter: Private enterprise representation for Senate District 41

To the Editor:

Recently reported is the retirement of District 41 DFL State Sen. Barb Goodwin and the coincident announcements of District 41A DFL Rep. Connie Bernardy and District 41B, DFL Rep. Carolyn Laine that they will run for Goodwin's Senate seat. Both Bernardy and Laine are in their fifth, two-year terms in the Minnesota House of Representatives.

Wed
25
Nov

Letter: Supporting Rep. Bernardy for Senate

To the Editor:

As a newly licensed teacher and twenty year resident of New Brighton, I have observed and appreciated that our local legislators are all strong proponents of education. With Sen. Barb Goodwin retiring, I will be supporting Rep. Connie Bernardy to replace her in the Minnesota Senate. Our schools need a strong voice in St. Paul and Connie is that voice. Educational quality in our public schools is why Minnesota comes in at the top of national rankings. Test scores are regularly at or near the top, we have top-ranked universities — both public and private — and the citizens of Minnesota consistently support their schools.

Wed
28
Oct

Letter: Yikes, more MNsure hikes?

To the Editor:
The bad news keeps coming for Minnesotans who purchase health insurance through Minnesota’s Obamacare exchange, MNsure. Earlier this month we learned that, for a second straight year, premiums are set to skyrocket. Last week, we found out that Congress will investigate MNsure for possible mismanagement of funds. When will Rep. Barb Yarusso admit that enough is enough?

Wed
28
Oct

Letter: Lamenting the new library in Shoreview

To the Editor:
Through the process, I tried to prepare for the destruction that might occur at 96 and Victoria. When it finally happened, it was still shocking. The property completely stripped of trees. Many old oaks unceremoniously cut down. They even took out Shoreview's symbols...the spruce trees surrounding our sign... like a "finger wave" to residents...this is our corner now!

Wed
28
Oct

Letter: ‘A costly blunder’

To the Editor:
For many of us, rising medical care costs, lack of a Social Security cost-of-living increase next year and poor retirement fund performance are necessarily suffered because of national economic and political conditions.

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