Letters to the Editor - Bulletin Area

Wed
22
Jun

Letter: Candy Sina, MN Senate candidate, knocked on my door

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Wed
08
Jun

Letter: Ending forced organ harvesting in China

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On May 20, the Minnesota Senate unanimously passed Senate File 2090.

Wed
18
May

Letter: ‘A basic understanding of Civics’

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I attended a community meeting in New Brighton where our City Council, Mayor, and other city leaders spoke and answered questions from residents.

Wed
18
May

Letter: Bauman’s censure was unfair

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Wed
11
May

Letter: Lowry Grove, redevelopment and St. Anthony Village

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Wed
13
Apr

Letter: ‘Let’s support’ Isaacson for the Senate

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Wed
23
Dec

Letter: Balanced religion in the paper

To the Editor:
I've had high regard and appreciation for the Bulletin as our community newspaper. But now the Viewpoints page has a Chaplain's  Corner in which Chris Langelett preaches the Christian Gospel and that old time Trinitarian religion. If that's going to be the only religious viewpoint, then the Bulletin is no longer a community newspaper in the sense of being for the whole community. It's now for  the conservative Christian community. The rest of us are outsiders.

Wed
09
Dec

Letter: Re: ‘TCAAP property is free of pollutants...’ Really?

To the Editor:

I know two things for certain: First the suggested additional $10 million in county taxes collected from the TCAAP site will not result in decreased taxes for the citizens of Ramsey County and secondly, there is no way "every inch" of that property is clean.

Wed
09
Dec

Letter: Thank you New Brighton City Council

To the Editor:

Do you know that feeling when the moment has passed and it finally occurs to you what you should have said?
Dec. 1, New Brighton held its annual "Truth in Taxation" meeting that gives tax payers the opportunity to weigh in on the city's proposed budget for the coming year. I considered what I might say there since I had followed with interest the council's discussions, but I couldnít quite come up with the right words. So I attended without any plans to get up and speak.

Wed
09
Dec

Letter: Private enterprise representation for Senate District 41

To the Editor:

Recently reported is the retirement of District 41 DFL State Sen. Barb Goodwin and the coincident announcements of District 41A DFL Rep. Connie Bernardy and District 41B, DFL Rep. Carolyn Laine that they will run for Goodwin's Senate seat. Both Bernardy and Laine are in their fifth, two-year terms in the Minnesota House of Representatives.

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