What The Mayor Says

“Government Relations coordinator, Metropolitan Council”. Says it all, the progressive liberal “statist” demagog; born right out of the Marxian Handbook.


2006 Election for Council

Candidate Profile
Published Tuesday, November 07 08:31:02 AM
Name: Michael “Mike” Kuehn  

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Office: North St. Paul City Council member
Incumbent: Yes
City of residence: North St. Paul
Age: 55
Background: Lifelong resident of North St. Paul; City Council member since 1991; B.A., political science, University of Minnesota; City Council representative, North St. Paul Park and Recreation Commission; chairman, Task Force on Neighborhood Stability; member, Water Tower Park Crime Watch Group; Government Relations coordinator, Metropolitan Council.
Endorsements: Not seeking endorsements.
Most important issue: My most important issue is neighborhood stability. We need to keep our streets safe, properties reasonably maintained, and provide good parks and recreational programs for our youth so that our city stays a decent place to live and raise families. As we put more resources into our neighborhoods, we also must work with businesses on redevelopment opportunities in our downtown to help expand the city’s tax base. Increasing our tax base will help pay for park improvements, address public safety needs and provide code enforcement programs to keep our neighborhoods stable and desirable places to live.

3 Responses to What The Mayor Says

  1. Barb says:

    How’s that working out for us “Quimby”? You said our kids? and you have some vast reservoir of knowledge on what our kids need do you? You are really a whack job.

    Have you ever been downtown or even out of your mothers yard?

  2. Barb says:

    Where’s his neck? I am glad someone is TRYING to keep track off these goof balls.
    At the end of the day they need to be held accountable, just like the rest of us.

  3. Carl Bolander says:

    More and more buildings are being torn down and not replaced. What’s up with that? How many hair salons and barber shops can one city have and expect recovery? Each and every year for as long as I can remember, the downtown keeps disappearing with only a couple of exceptions. What a horrible waste of history. This happened under your watch Mr. Keuhn, you get that right? I really wish you would not run again. I know that there is really no one who wants the position now, who would? How can we undo what you and Sandberg did? I fear NSP will turn into some poverty stricken welfare magnet with crappy little shops coming and going. Or is that already has? Time is running out.

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