Letters to the Editor - East Side Review

Sun
12
Jun

Letter: Third party candidates deserve a look

To the Editor:

 

In this political climate, there’s one certainty among East Side voters.

They want their voices heard. 

Sun
10
Apr

Letter: Join your district council

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Sun
06
Mar

Letter: East Side resident sad to see Byerlys go

To the Editor:

 

My husband and I are very sad to see Byerlys close. 

Sun
22
Nov

Letter: City Council can protect kids from tobacco

To the Editor:

The Saint Paul City Council is considering an ordinance to prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco products in stores where kids can enter.  As a high school student and someone who has learned about the tobacco industry’s tactics to hook young people, I’d like to point out this ordinance is all about protecting youth.

Sun
22
Nov

Letter: Thankful for thrift store volunteers

To the Editor:

Every day we are blessed to work with people who make the world a better place by contributing to their community.
Seven days a week, volunteers come to Arc’s Value Village Thrift Stores & Donation Centers to welcome donors, unpack boxes and bags of donations, stock the sales floor and greet customers with a smile.

Sun
01
Nov

Letter: A changing East Side

To the Editor:

Tuesday, Nov. 3 is your day to vote for an even better East Side.  I am supporting Dan Bostrom for Ward 6 City Council and here is why.

Sun
01
Nov

Letter: Study up, voters

To the Editor:

Every 4 years, you can exercise your review of the Saint Paul City Council's work for you.

Sun
18
Oct

Letter: Calling for a more accessible council

To the Editor:
Recently, a fellow group of St. Paulites had a press conference to announce Strong St. Paul, which is a call to all City Council candidates to change the current representation style and decision making of our City Council.

Sun
11
Oct

Letter: Late start time will hurt Johnson’s sports teams

To the Editor:
This year Johnson High School has Metro Transit instead of school busing, and we start the day later than any of the other St. Paul public high schools. My opinion on the second change is that I don't like it. I do like Metro Transit busing kids to Johnson, but I don't like the new late start.
 

Sun
27
Sep

Letter: Co-op brings value to neighborhood

To the Editor:
My husband and I moved to Dayton's Bluff in 2008. Though the closest location at the time was Selby-Dale, we also joined Mississippi Market, where we purchased about one-third of our food. Since the Dayton's Bluff Mississippi Market opened in early September, we now buy approximately two-thirds of our groceries there.

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