To the Editor: If you support economic growth and development, regional coop-eration, efficient and competent government and a high quality of life in Manhattan, then we urge you to vote for Debbie Nuss in this April’s Manhattan City Commission election.
To the Editor: Bob Strawn has served us well in the past and will do so again. As mayor, he dealt tirelessly with very controversial issues during his four-year term, bringing common sense, decorum and reason to the table.
To the Editor: The Mercury Landlords Association financially backed a couple City Commission candi-dates who constantly talk about lowering property taxes to “help fixed-income senior citizens” — a political deception. The biggest beneficiaries of lower property taxes are rental property owners (like us), not seniors.
To the Editor: Manhattan deserves the best! Please join us in voting for Karen McCulloh, Debbie Nuss and Usha Reddi for City Commission.
To the Editor: The pride of Manhattan is our excellent police force, schools and library. Do you want to elect candidates for City Commission who will cut the budgets for the RCPD and the public library?
To the Editor: Last Saturday, I was one of the people who marched alongside Deb Nuss in the Real Saint Patrick’s Day Parade through Aggieville.
To the Editor: Karen McCulloh has served in elected positions in recent years. During all that time, she has demonstrated her great ability to hit quickly upon solutions to pressing problems. Clearly, we ought to support such an outstanding member of our community who has
Congratulations to “Passport to Fitness… One Mile at a Time” Marathon Club finishers!
To the Editor: I am writing to encourage the citizens of Manhattan to support and vote for my mother, Debbie Nuss, for Manhattan City Commission. Despite having broken her ankle, Debbie Nuss is still running strong.
To the Editor: Some candidates for the City Commission refuse to answer direct questions on key topics or they tap dance around the issues. We need elected officials who are direct, to the point and pithy. Vote for Bob Strawn, John Ball and Daniel Hogan
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