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Government, Public Safety
With five dead after a workplace shooting in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood, we're wondering how Twin City area residents feel about gun ownership vs. public-safety concerns.
The budget isn't approved in full until December, but city staff are hosting an open house for residents to ask questions about the budget.
Letter writer: "Bellow can not take credit for the excellent state of affairs in our town."
Tim Pawlenty is scheduled to begin his new role with The Financial Services Roundtable Nov. 1.
Americans for Prosperity, a Republican political advocacy group, is bringing the bus tour to Lakeville, they say, to give "a voice to the millions of Americans who oppose the policies" of the President.
Lakeville's School Board, City Council and Mayoral candidate forums will be held in October.
Kline: "While I agree No Child Left Behind is broken and must be revamped, I am strongly opposed to the administration’s efforts to bypass Congress and change the nation’s education system through conditional waivers."
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