Letters to the Editor - Roseville Review

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Doesn’t belabor a point’

We are writing to endorse Bob Willmus for re-election to the Roseville City Council. We have known Bob for several years and served with him on various city projects.  Bob is not your typical partisan or one-issue politician.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Sterling example of a person’

A few years ago, while working as a free-lance writer covering the District 623 School Board race, I received an anonymous tip about Kaying Thao’s "criminal record."  I chose not to pursue it, because I sensed that the messenger was vindictive and because I knew Kaying Thao.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Doing the state of Minnesota a favor’

I think it’s very telling that Heidi Gunderson, candidate for state representative in District 42B (Little Canada, Vadnais Heights, Gem Lake and parts of Roseville and Shoreview)is president of a rebar (reinforcement bar)company.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Wise stewardship’

Integrity is the word which most often comes to mind regarding Tammy McGehee.  As shown on Tammy’s recent direct mail piece, it’s the word used by both Senator John Marty and former Representative Mindy Greiling in their endorsements for her re-election to the Roseville City Council.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘No council member has exceeded in devotion to duty’

We have lived in Roseville since September 1956.  Fifty eight years is a long time so we have observed many Village/City Council members.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Takes the time’

City council member Tammy McGehee works tirelessly to make Roseville a better place to live and work.  She takes the time to listen, ask questions, and think creatively about tough policy issues.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Passionate about making a difference’

As a Roseville resident personally acquainted with Kaying Thao, I would like to declare my support for her election to the Roseville City Council.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Truly responsive’

I am writing in support of Roseville City Council candidate Tammy McGehee.  When our basement flooded due to inadequate Roseville storm drain infrastructure, I emailed all the council members with my concerns.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Asks thought provoking questions’

I attended the Candidate Forum for Little Canada City Council sponsored by the League of Women Voters. It was a dynamic presentation that will be repeated on local cable television. I am casting my vote for Tom Fischer and I invite you to do the same.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘New thinking’

Neighbors, some living Blocks away, signed a Petition from a Neighbor living next to a large Lot on Acorn Road to deny a Permit to redevelop the Lot.

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