Letters To The Editor

To the editor: I think it odd that the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School Board is considering a date in February to ask its citizens for money. Why not one of the November president or governor election dates when a much higher number of voters turn out to vote? That way the School Board would be confident that [...]

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The Oct. 23 and 24 editions of the Dakota County Tribune and Sun Thisweek are the last editions for election-related letters. Letters that respond to information in a previous letter will be considered for print in the Oct. 30 and 31 editions.

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To the editor: As the Parks and Recreation director for the city of Apple Valley from 1986 through 2012, I had an opportunity to work closely with City Council Member Clint Hooppaw for a number of years. Clint serves Apple Valley with wonderful attitude and a strong ability to manage people and policies. He is [...]

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To the editor: Let’s join to re-elect Mayor Mary Hamann-Roland in November to the Apple Valley City Council. Mayor Mary is hardworking and effective. Businesses are expanding. City services and infrastructure are top notch. Doesn’t that look like success? I think so. Apple Valley has been rated nationally as one of the top places to [...]

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To the editor: The liberal special interest group Alliance for a Better Minnesota recently aired a misleading ad in our area to support incumbent state Rep. Sandra Masin, DFL-Eagan. The ad criticizes Andrea Todd-Harlin for supporting a plan that “would endanger Medicare.” Just like Masin, the Alliance’s ad is out-of-touch for several reasons. First, the [...]

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To the editor: A number of years ago I met a Burnsville High School science teacher named Will Morgan. He exhibited impressive leadership qualities, and he demonstrated a strength of character, sincerity, and commitment to ideals that I admired. I don’t need to tell you that Will Morgan is now state representative in District 56B. [...]

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