Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor,

The Community should know what goes on behind the scenes when planning and carrying out a hugh celebration such as our Eggstravaganza. What fun for family and friends! What a positive impression of Gaylord this leaves with our...

To the Editor:

The Technicolor mailer from the city said “Vote YES for the Gaylord Area Regional Aquatic Center.” As a taxpayer, I vote No. I believe there are better ways to spend our money than a new pool. With all the...

To the Editor:

A hundred years ago during the midst of the industrial revolution, long before there were coast to coast trucking companies, the railroads helped to build our great nation. Today, with energy prices at an all-time high and the U.S....

To the Editor:

I know a lot of people are wondering why an old man like me would want to be mayor after retiring from the job having served for 18 years. My critics and some of my friends think I should...

To the Editor:

I said I would not write again unless it involved some of the people who used to work with me. This time it is the police department. It’s no secret that the Chief was on Mayor Quast and some...

To the Editor

My first term in the Minnesota House of Representatives ended on time last week. The House passed significant bills providing health care reform, property tax relief, education funding, veterans and active military support, road and bridge safety and construction...

To the Editor:

On February 25, 2010, I attended the open house to give the community a chance to ask questions and give their opinions about the new pool. I gave my opinion and asked a few questions. After I left the...

To Editor:

Lions Club International will charter a Lions Club in Gaylord. We will be conducting an informational meeting on Saturday, January 23rd at 9:00 a.m. at the Prairie House Restaurant; we hope that you will attend.(coffee and rolls are on...

Gaylord’s City Council has a lot on its plate. Possibly more than they can chew. This wide range of projects and programs could have been the lead factor in the frustrations that surfaced at last week ‘s contentious council meeting....

To the Editor:

As I understand it, not only are our property taxes increasing 12.55%, now we, as citizens of Gaylord, may have to pay more in utilities to pay for this street project. The same street project that doubled my property...