Hudson Mayor Dean Knudson provided answers to four questions about the city’s possible acquisition of the Nuclear Management Co. building when he met with fellow members of the Hudson Area Intergovernmental Advisory on Oct. 26.
An informed and educated electorate is the foundation of a functioning democracy and a stable community. An up-to-date library is a formidable tool to go hand in hand with a strong system of public education.
The recent brouhaha over the Indianhead Federated Library System report has served only to obscure a more important issue, that of community growth with its accompanying need for enhanced infrastructure.
It was very sad to see Hudson Mayor Dean Knudson manipulate library statistics to try and convince us that all is well with the library. It’s even sadder that he did this under the guise of trying to correct misinformation.
As a writer, retired journalism educator and a current member of the board of trustees of the Indianhead Federated Library System (IFLS), I was troubled by reporter Randy Hanson’s front page story about Hudson Mayor Dean Knudson’s vehement objections to IFLS director John Thompson’s evaluation of the Hudson public library.
Michael Norman, UW-River Falls
, August 14, 2009
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