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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    February 27, 2013



    Jeff Kypta has done a fine job as a councilman and deserves another 4 year term. He takes a balanced approach to his comments and votes.
    Jesse Hoskins would be a fine addition to the council and a fresh voice.


    I don't know if Kypta has helped pass any motions in his term in office. I think he just votes against the majority. A straw party official. Nancy Moss is my favorite. We should have at least 7 members on the Council so that the citizens are properly represented and lessen the effect of such a small number of elected officials making the decisions for the community.


    If some of the council members, like Nancy Moss, had stood up to Bob Knabel's and Paul Mann's poor financial decisions the city would be in a much better financial condition today. Scott Williams has done a terrific job in righting the ship towards fiscal common sense.
    And it might have helped if some of the Gateway Center board members would have spoken out about the Gateway Center to keep it from needing a million dollar rescue from the city.

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