Let Duluth Vote’s Plan B may get a vote from Duluth taxpayers as an alternative to the much-maligned Red Plan that the school board and superintendent tried to force down residents’ throats.
Budgeteer News, 09/04/2008
Duluth city councilors have shot down a second attempt to ensure that neighborhoods zoned for single-family homes look like places single families live in.
Budgeteer News, 08/28/2008
Sell the Tiffany window and Park Point land and lay off 170 or so of city employees. And increase city fees while you’re at it.
Budgeteer News, 08/21/2008
Since Cook County in far northeastern Minnesota is sparsely populated, with more moose than people, it is possible voters there can make an informed decision on the two contested elections for soil and water conservation supervisors.
Budgeteer News, 08/14/2008
Why are the Fergus Falls and Houston school districts in Minnesota trying to poach students in grades 6-12 in the Duluth area?
Budgeteer News, 08/07/2008
Most of Duluth Mayor Don Ness’ plan to cut costs and increase income to deal with the city’s massive budget deficit makes sense and should be adopted.
Budgeteer News, 07/31/2008
All previous columns dealt with essentially local issues, a practice I’ll normally continue.
Budgeteer News, 07/24/2008
Recent results of statewide tests of public school students may have left students, parents and educators in the Esko district proud.
Budgeteer News, 07/17/2008
Governments should favor an important local group when awarding public contracts: taxpayers.
Budgeteer News, 07/10/2008
Filing for candidates for St. Louis County commissioner and Minnesota House races has been open for nearly a week, but those seeking those offices still have more than a week to do so. I hope many people will.
Budgeteer News, 07/03/2008
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