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Richard O'Neil

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Posted on 08/28/14 at 01:55 pm in response to Minnesota Orchestra pulls in $13.2 million in donations

I am guessing that fuel efficiency will continue to increase while roads continue to deteriorate. So, our legislators must expand the tax base to avoid placing the full burden on gas. We all benefit from the road system.

That's a fair question and should/must be answered. The situation in Ferguson and especially Watts apparently was a full-scale riot that required greater than "normal" resources to manage and protect people and property.

I have the greatest respect for the SPPD.

A brownish green slime covers the shoreline area all the way around Como Lake in St. Paul and Sucker and Vadnais Lakes in Vadnais Heights. As early as Easter, it was already coating the pond surfaces around Lexington Ave & Cty Road C in Roseville.

Doesn't she keep getting performance bonuses every year?

What a great interview! I commend Mayor Hodges for speaking publicly about an issue that almost everyone will not talk about. And she's right: when you give up drugs for relationships you get your life back and, for most of us, it is far richer than anything we could have imagined.

By your reference to "...what the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul... are going through now, DeLaSalle is a big issue..." please tell us exactly what you are inferring.

I support Ms Otto. Mr Entenza appears to be looking for a government job - any government job to keep his name in the political arena. And that's disturbing because the auditor job is intended to be above politics.

My grandfather was a timekeeper for the men who worked on building the Highland tower. He "borrowed" a brick from construction site that my family used as a doorstop at our house on Tuscarora Ave. in St. Paul. Nice memories of a different age.

Posted on 07/23/14 at 03:57 pm in response to Bachmann considering 2016 presidential run

"...Better...if she ran with Denny Hecker." Nah, how about Jesse Ventura? There is no shoe size too big that cannot easily fit in either of their mouths.