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.
To The Editor: I have served with Debbie Nuss on a committee, and know of several other committees and organizations she’s volunteered for in the community. She is very knowledgeable on all aspects of the city and would be a great asset to the
To the Editor: I was once talking to one of my teachers when I observed, “You can’t tell people how to live.” He replied, “But you have to try.”
To the Editor: The central issue in the April city election is the cost of living in Manhattan. We need commissioners who will take a holistic view and drive down the debt.
To the Editor: I endorse Usha Reddi for City Commission.
To The Editor: Mr. Bob Strawn’s letter in the March 13 Mercury attacking my statement that he believes in a litmus test for candidates was very enlightening in terms of how he would serve us as a city commissioner if elected:
To the Editor: The annual youth lawn mowing clinic was held March 12 at Pottorf Hall in CiCo Park. This is put on by KSU Riley County Extension and the Manhattan Breakfast Optimist Club.
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.
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