To the Editor: The half-cent sales tax passed with almost 60-percent approval. Part of that tax can drive down our city debt.
To the Editor: I admire Debbie Nuss’ com-mitment to a responsible city role — not abdication — in addressing public transport-ation, economic development, social services, fiscal policy and human rights. Debbie’s years of selfless community work, her experience in public office and
To The Editor Karen McCulloh believes in Manhattan, as her years of work on behalf of libraries, the environment, and children prove. Karen’s enthusiasm and courage inspire the confidence of voters, who have repeatedly elected her to city and county office. I respect Karen’
To The Editor: One of the City Commission candidates says the election is “all about balance.” If you want to balance the commission, vote for the women and elect Nuss, McCulloh and Reddi.
To the Editor: The city is headed in the right direction on core services and infrastructure. The mill levy, property taxes and debt are still too high and have gone up the past two years. Elect three commissioners who get the big picture — stable, core
To The Editor: Phil Anderson has it wrong that property taxes don’t harm seniors.
To The Editor: Please join me in voting for Debbie Nuss and Karen McCulloh for City Commission.
To The Editor: As an independent voter, I realize that the city commissioners are basically split with two very distinct views on how to proceed with the governance of the city.
To The Editor: Manhattan deserves smart, talented and insightful leaders on its City Commission. Please join me in supporting Usha Reddi, Deb Nuss and Karen McCulloh on Tuesday, April 2, for their proven leadership and passion for good government in Manhattan.
To the Editor: Consolidating some services paid for by the city and Riley County can be a money-saving accomplishment. But it must be done by individuals familiar with those offices to avoid the outcome of a messy headache.
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