As the former Oakdale Parks and Recreation Commission Chair I had the opportunity to work with city council member Paul Reinke. His extensive business and leadership experience are clearly reflected in his work in support and advocacy for the city.
Prior to 2014 under the Met Council’s Memorandum of Understanding, the population requirement for Lake Elmo was 24,000 and sewer requirements were 6,600 units, with 1,400 units for businesses, 1,000 units for existing homes in Cimarron and the Old Village, and leaving 4,200 new sewered houses to be built by the year 2030.
We have lived in Oakdale over 50 years and during that time have seen many faces on our council and in the mayor’s chair. None have impressed us as as much as Paul Reinke has during his time on the council.
Justice Whitethorn is a neighbor of mine and I have had several conversations with him. I have learned that he is a man of integrity and wisdom. He is concerned about the growth and overreach of government.
I would just like to make my absolute distain public for the person(s) who came to my driveway on the morning of Oct 14. between 10:30-12:15 and stole many tubs filled with donations to the Disabled Veterans.
At taxpayer expense, the city offices of Lake Elmo have duplicated the good work of the Oakdale Lake Elmo Review, the Stillwater Gazette and the St. Paul Pioneer Press by funding another “Candidate Profile” section in a citywide newsletter.