Letters to the Editor - Bulletin Area

Tue
01
Jul

Election letters policy

As we enter another election season, we’d like to let readers and candidates know about our publication and letters policies. These policies will be enforced until the November election.

Thu
08
May

Letter: Supports state representative

Reading letters on April 23, 2014, I was dumbfounded by a reader’s response to Rep. Yarusso’s wording of an information mailer sent by Yarusso’s official House office list to communicate with constituents about nonpartisan and nonpolitical items. The complaint seemed to be based on the language used to help constituents understand changes to the property tax refund program and how to access information and file the form to enable people to obtain a refund.

Thu
24
Apr

Letter: Response to state representative’s statements

I would like to post a comment regarding State Rep, Barb Yarusso’s recent Legislative Update, dated March 27, 2014, on those who “deserve” property tax refunds.

Thu
17
Apr

Letter: Supports state representative candidate

Tim Utz will bring the Constituiton back.

Thu
13
Mar

Letter: Against rodeos

I dread seeing the ads in the area papers announcing the “World’s Toughest Rodeo” in St. Paul in late January.  These “tough cowboys” will be jumping on the backs of unwilling horses, bulls, steers; all this cruel activity for money prizes. The used animals win no prizes and deserve their freedom.I dread seeing the ads in the area papers announcing the “World’s Toughest Rodeo” in St. Paul in late January.  These “tough cowboys” will be jumping on the backs of unwilling horses, bulls, steers; all this cruel activity for money prizes. The used animals win no prizes and deserve their freedom.

Thu
20
Feb

Letter: Opposes addition of franchise fees in Arden Hills

In 2011, Arden Hills Councilmembers David Grant, Brenda Holden, and Fran Holmes wanted higher sales taxes to pay for Zygy Wilf’s Vikings stadium.
Now, they want utility taxes. There isn’t a tax they don’t like. Only Ed Werner is opposed. Taxes on essential services are addictive and can be increased at will.

Thu
30
Jan

Letter: Taxes on essential services

In 2011, Arden Hills Councilmembers David Grant, Brenda Holden, and Fran Holmes wanted higher sales taxes to pay for Zygy Wilf’s Vikings stadium.
Now, they want utility taxes. There isn’t a tax they don’t like. Only Ed Werner is opposed. Taxes on essential services are addictive and can be increased at will.

Fri
24
Jan

Letter: Safe and Supportive MN Schools Act, HF-826

To the Editor:

Thu
09
Jan

Letter: Thanks for generosity

To the editor:

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Thu
12
Dec

Letter: City Council kicks can down road

Last year the Shoreview City Council increased debt to a total of $31 million.

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