Letters to the Editor, October 13, 2021

Masks protect schoolchildrenI am writing because of a letter to the editor I saw (“The madness of masks,” MyVillager Inbox, September 29). I disagree in every possible way. Even though we have to wear masks, we are still very friendly…

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Letters to the Editor, September 29, 2021

Vote ‘yes’ for a richer Saint Paul A comfortable, safe, stable and affordable home is a prerequisite to becoming part of a community and is deserved by all. Unfortunately, some renters are treated as undeserving of this basic right, a…

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Letters to the Editor, September 1, 2021

A head-scratching city budget Most of Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter’s plan for the 2022 city budget is gobbledygook. It sounds good, but it is chock full of head-scratching questions with vague to no answers (MyVillager, August 18). The mayor…

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Letters to the Editor, August 18, 2021

Save the planet, water a tree All over town, newly planted trees and mature trees are dying from lack of sufficient water during this prolonged drought. It appears that some people with boulevard trees are too lazy to water them.…

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Letters to the Editor for July 7, 2021

The 3 percent solution The new 3 percent maximum rent increase imposed on landlords by the city of Saint Paul (Villager, June 23) means only one thing: continuous 3 percent increases every year, guaranteed, whether justified or not. And those…

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Letters to the Editor, June 23, 2021

A West End welcome to allUrinating in public, being loud and foul-mouthed, hanging out on the sidewalk and smoking are the types of complaints I’m hearing about the guests of Freedom House. These are the same behaviors we see of…

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Letters to the Editor, June 9, 2021

Better option for new housingOpening the latest edition of the Villager, I was struck by the juxtaposition of stories on two housing projects on page 4. While both projects add housing and increase density, the development on the Ford site…

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Letters to the Editor, May 26, 2021

Fallout from Ford site lawsuit Reporter Jane McClure did a nice job in her article about the lawsuit over the application of the definition of “open space” in the Ford site master plan (Villager, May 12). We thank her for…

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