Letters to the Editor - Roseville Review

Wed
28
Jan

Letter: ‘Doesn’t sound quite so bad’

The January 21 "Inquiring Minds" column reported that Seattle has sunshine 2019 hours of the 8765 hours in a year, or 25% of the hours.

Thu
22
Jan

‘3 times faster’

The City of Roseville has been increasing its spending at an alarming rate, and not just recently, but over a protracted period of time.

Wed
14
Jan

Letter: Paying it forward

I want to share the story of what happened to a group of teachers and students from Highview Middle School on December 19 at the Roseville Granite City.

Tue
23
Dec

Letter: Living by ‘moral code’

Whether you believe in New Year's resolutions or not; whether you're religious or not, you probably live your life according to some kind of moral code. My father constantly emphasized to my younger brother and me that "You should always have some concern, some compassion  for the other guy."

Tue
02
Dec

Letter: ‘We are grateful’

Looking at my photo with Senator Franken, my mom could not help sighing with emotion, “This would never happen in China!”

Tue
02
Dec

Letter: ‘Complete lack of parental input’

I am concerned with changes made to the Roseville ECFE program this year.

Tue
18
Nov

Letter: Agrees with state Sen. on homelessness

I agree with John Marty that a policy of 'housing first' makes humane and fiscal sense ("Rethinking homelessness: following Utah's lead," Nov. 4).   I am a newly licensed drug and alcohol counselor and I have some family experience that tells me housing greatly reduces drug use.

Tue
04
Nov

Letter: Salvation Army bell ringing

The Salvation Army needs volunteers to the ring the bells and tend the iconic red kettles during the holiday season. Please call 651-746-3519 for further information. You will be helping the needy meet urgent needs.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Doesn’t belabor a point’

We are writing to endorse Bob Willmus for re-election to the Roseville City Council. We have known Bob for several years and served with him on various city projects.  Bob is not your typical partisan or one-issue politician.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Sterling example of a person’

A few years ago, while working as a free-lance writer covering the District 623 School Board race, I received an anonymous tip about Kaying Thao’s "criminal record."  I chose not to pursue it, because I sensed that the messenger was vindictive and because I knew Kaying Thao.

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