Letters to the Editor - Roseville Review

Fri
13
Feb

Letter: ‘Under serious scrutiny’

To the editor:

Almost everyone pays into Social Security during their working lives. These are taxes taken from wages so we can redeem it upon retirement.

Fri
13
Feb

Letter: ‘A travesty’

To the editor:

This week Representative Mike Frieberg responded to the devastating measles outbreak in California, which has now spread to Minnesota, by introducing a bill that requires parents to consult with a medical professional before they can opt out of vaccinating their child.

Wed
11
Feb

Letter: ‘It’s time’

To the editor:
Over the past few months, I have read several editorials submitted by members of one special interest group that has been pushing Roseville to institute Government Managed Garbage Hauling.

Wed
11
Feb

Letter: ‘At taxpayer expense’

To the editor:
Over the past few months, I have read several editorials submitted by members of one special interest group that has been pushing Roseville to institute Government Managed Garbage Hauling.

Sat
07
Feb

Letter: ‘I applaud her’

In mid-January Senator Terri Bonoff introduced legislation that would consider merit instead of seniority when schools need to make layoff decisions.

Sat
07
Feb

Letter: ‘Use the process’

One of the last bills I authored in the Minnesota House of Representatives was one that made it easier for cities to organize trash collection to ensure that waste is disposed of environmentally and to save taxpayers money through economy of scale negotiations.  Thanks to Sens. John Marty and Bev Scalze, a version of that bill was signed into law last session.

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."

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