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Denzer's letter to the Editor,


Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

It's the same in Houston County as in the whole country. People are so distracted by the war against terrorists they can't think of important things in their own backyard.

I live in District 2 and Larry Connery has my vote for Houston County Commissioner. He's not a politician. He's a citizen who already has a long record of public service.

Those of us who had to travel miles for our groceries have to thank the volunteers who organized not only a beautiful coop grocery store in Houston but also a pharmacy we haven't had in town for many, many years. We owe a lot to Larry who was the treasurer working long, long, hours as a volunteer. He is a man who truly believes in democratic consensus. The organizing group was volunteers who worked a long time to raise the money to open the store. It couldn't have been done without Larry's financial expertise. Now we have a store owned by hundreds of local households that bought memberships and made loans to help get the store off the ground.

Our Root River Market serves the community every day. It serves the needs of the elderly, of the sick and provides employment to local people.

Larry Connery's management experience and financial expertise will serve Houston County well.

Mary Denzer

Houston, MN

David's letter to the Editor,

Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

Al Hein, my DFL Party opponent in the race for the Minnesota House seat in District 31B, recently charged that I voted against rural interests by voting for a bill in 2001 that enabled the state to take on the levy that funds transit in Minnesota. [Read the Rest]

Stone's Letter to the Editor,

Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

All voters in Bob Kierlin's district should be very pleased that their State Senator has been a very important part in developing jobs and livelihoods for people of this district.

As one of the founding members of Fastenal, Bob' ..... 
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Spangler's letter to The Editor,

Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

As business and property owners in Preston we are gravely concerned about the proposed Heartland Energy and Recycling project in Preston. The proposal raises substantial concerns regarding possible adverse environmental impacts on the area. Impacts i ..... 
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Bell's Letter To the Editor,

Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

Mr. Maust, developer of the proposed tire burning, electric producing, facility in Preston, Minnesota, said in the October 7th, issue of the Fillmore County Journal that, "If the community is very opposed to having this facility come here, then it pr ..... 
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Opat's letter to the Editor,

Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

It has been my pleasure to serve as an attorney in the Fillmore County Attorney's Office for over 21 years, with the last six years as County Attorney. I have decided not to run for County Attorney because of increasing time demands of being County A ..... 
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Schieffelbein's Letter To the Editor,

Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

While the difference of the terms "democracy" and "republic" have bee blurred in past years to the point that even our elected officials can't tell you the difference, the two are very, very different.

Simply put a democracy all ..... 
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Lawston's letter to the Editor,

Fri, Oct 18th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

We have a history of excellent support for our schools in southeastern Minnesota. Because of dedicated teachers, parents, students and concerned members of our communities, we have set a standard for other school districts in the state to follow.[Read the Rest]

To the Editor,

Fri, Oct 11th, 2002
Posted in Letter to the Editor

On Monday, September 30, many residents of Preston and the surrounding area attended the public meeting in regards to the Heartland Energy and Recycling facility that very much wants to come to Preston.

It is hard to understand ..... 
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