Letters to the Editor - Ramsey Co - Maplewood Review

Wed
25
Feb

Letter: Paintball, lasers quieter

To the editor:
The noise from live firing of police weapons is an understandable irritant to neighbors of the police training facility. I contend that this noise in Maplewood is unnecessary.  
The training and practice with actual weapons should be at a soundproofed indoor facility.

Thu
08
Jan

Letter: ‘Filling deadly man-made pot-holes’

Who do we thank for the great job of lifting manhole covers to street level on McKnight Road south of I-694? These sunken covers were not only uncomfortable for drivers, they could be deadly.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Deserves re-election’

Candy Petersen deserves to be re-elected. Candy loves her town! She works very hard for her community. Candy organized a fundraiser for the North High School hockey team and it was very succesful! She helps business do business!

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Work ethics, integrity, honesty’

I am writing in support of our SD43B State Representative Leon Lillie for his re-election.  I have known Leon as a friend and a Legislator, and he is a man of high work ethics, integrity and honesty.  Leon has worked tirelessly as a Legislator in our SD43B.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Responsive to residents’

I am endorsing Candy Petersen for re-election to the North St. Paul City Council for her quick responsiveness to her residents. I called Candy about an issue and she got back to me immediately and helped me out! I appreciated her quick response and calm demeanor.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Will open opportunities’

Voters who want to stop the flagrant waste of millions of taxpayers’ dollars on stadiums for billionaires, more millions for unneeded office buildings, even more millions for “toy trains” that run small businesses out of business, etc, etc, should vote for conservative, Justice Whitethorn.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘TRANSPARENT and OPEN GOVERNMENT’

I have the expectation that the ‘candidate information’ I submitted for publication to your reporter would be printed as written, not edited and not have stereotyping disparaging comments added.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Fair and evenhanded’

Judge Susan R. Miles is up for re-election for the position of district court judge in the 10th Judicial District, a position she has held for the past 17 years.

Thu
30
Oct

Letter: All trick-or-treaters need to be cautious and aware of surroundings and stay safe

I appreciated the precautions presented in “Nightmare on Trick-or-Treat Street.” Thank you for this great article. Trick-or-treating is risky business.

Fri
24
Oct

Letter: ‘Candidate of mine!’

Follow the history and the facts and you will find.
That Stacey Stout is the candidate of mine!

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