Letters to the Editor - Roseville Review

Tue
17
Mar

Letter: ‘Outraged’

To the editor:
One more reason to support organized trash hauling:  protection from unethical garbage hauler contracts.  My husband and I contracted with the same hauler for 22 year.  Recently, we decided to switch companies—to one that responsibly disposes of trash at the county resource recovery center.

Tue
17
Mar

Letter: ‘Equivalent to 1,000 car trips’

To the editor:
We know that many heavy garbage trucks increase the cost to maintain our streets by decreasing their life.  This is consistent with my knowledge gained over 40 plus years as a civil engineer designing, building, and maintaining streets.

Tue
10
Mar

Letter: ‘Status quo’

To the editor:
With regard to organized trash collection, I seem to recall that many if not most of those running for Roseville city council in the last election had their campaign literature paid for by an organization called something like “trash haulers for choice.”

Tue
10
Mar

Letter: ‘Over the objections of its citizens’

To the editor:

People who worship at the alter of “Things Green” are usually obsessed to the point that they are the only voice of reason. Their views trump all dissenting views.

Tue
10
Mar

Letter: ‘Merely grandstanding’

To the editor:
I read with interest Senator John Marty’s column entitled “Time to end worker poverty” in the Feb. 24 Roseville Review.  I agree with most of what Sen. Marty said, but two of his lines undermined everything else that he said: “I introduced legislation” and “This bill is not likely to pass”.  With those sentences, Sen. Marty told us that he decided to act alone in introducing legislation that he knows will not pass.  To do this and then write a column complaining that the bill will not pass is not good governing, it is merely grandstanding.

Tue
10
Mar

Letter: ‘Too sweet the siren song’

To the editor:
They came from Mildred Drive, they came from Shorewood and Lydia they came from myriad other streets around the northwest quadrant of Roseville. Some spoke in halting, quavery voices, others in strong, assured voices, from notes, from tablets from the heart. All to no avail.

Wed
04
Mar

Letter: ‘Present the facts’

To the editor:
I am writing to present the facts about organized trash collection in Maplewood.
After over two years, I can verify that we have lower rates, less traffic -- which translates to safer streets, quieter neighborhoods, less road wear and better service.
 

Thu
26
Feb

Letter: ‘Grateful beyond words’

To the editor:

Words cannot express the deep appreciation we feel for the honor and respect shown our dad, brother, and uncle, Rudy Zehnle, at his recent passing.  It was amazing and heart-warming to see the admiration for his 20+ years of service on the New Brighton Volunteer Fire Department.

Tue
24
Feb

Letter: Grainy surveillance footage

To the editor:
On February 12th the Har Mar Best Buy Mobile store was the victim of an armed robbery.

Tue
24
Feb

Letter: ‘Terrific, user- friendly operation’

To the editor:

Here’s a shout-out to the workers who clean the pathways in Roseville Central Park where I walk several times weekly under the safest conditions possible, given what Minnesota winters can throw at us.

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