You know when it is an election year because of all the signs that begin to pop up all over. The beautiful countryside littered with signs with names of people that are working really hard to become famous in their hometowns.
I sometimes wonder if people stop and think of how much work, dedication, donated time and money it takes to run a campaign.
To the Hudson community and School District:
First and foremost I would like to apologize for the wrongful actions I committed on your property. I am very sorry for being a part of the activity that led to property and reputation damage.
As I read the Star-Observer, I couldn’t help but wonder if the library volunteers are for the Nuclear Management building or for a library? The vote in April spoke to the need for a new library not a building. Will they so fervently support a different, more central location for a Library? Somehow I doubt it.
Jenebelle Houck Zappa, Hudson
, September 26, 2008
The St. Croix Rowing Club is very grateful to the city of Hudson for renting the shed on St. Croix Street to us for boat storage. Of all the lakes and rivers in the area, the St. Croix River provides the perfect rowing venue with its clean water and spectacular vistas.
Mary Prindiville, Boathouse Manager, St. Croix Rowing Club, Hudson
, March 28, 2008
Thank you, Library Foundation, for gathering the facts on our poorly located, understaffed and underfunded library. After attending various Library Board meetings and foundation presentations, it is clear that the need and proposed solution have been well-researched and thought-out.
Carol and Jim Kojis, Town of Hudson
, March 28, 2008
When our family moved to Hudson 35 years ago, the downtown business district was a thriving area. Along with many other businesses, we had two grocery stores, a theater and a department store. Of course, there was little or nothing up on “the hill.”
Since I am running for the School Board I receive the same packet of information that the sitting School Board gets. In the last packet were the numbers for the demographic study done for the school district. Most of the information was based on conjecture and former growth in the district and also accounted for an increase in birth, migration into the district and a decrease in the housing market.
There are so many positives about purchasing the NMC building on First Street as a future site for the Hudson Area Joint Library. It’s an attractive building in a central location: a perfect community gathering place to enhance Hudson’s beautiful riverfront.
Raymond Hornung had a very convincing letter to the editor last week titled “‘Friends’ are breaking rules.” In his letter he eludes to the fact that the “Friends of the Library” are leaving “vote yes” literature illegally in the government-owned building of the library. Here is another tidbit of information: The Library Board voted 3 to 2 to use taxpayer funds to pay for the same illegal advertising, which was witnessed in the lobby of the library.
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