An era winds down in Anoka County after Erhart's election defeat

  • Article by: PAUL LEVY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 20, 2012 - 7:07 AM

Anoka County Board veteran says he's retiring from politics, though "if something comes along that I love ..."

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sbuzz16Nov. 20, 1211:38 PM

Over the years I watched the county board meetings on local access television quite often. Dan was easily the smartest and most informative commissioner up there, as well as Jim Kordiak. Dan's departure and his progressive leadership will be a great loss to Anoka County. I wish him the very best!

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climategateNov. 22, 12 3:27 AM

Dan Erhart was the perfect example of someone long past providing any value, still clinging in desperation to a seat on the Anoka County Board. All intelligent voters in Anoka County know that they're better off with Erhart gone. I wonder why Levy has never bothered to mention that Dan Erhart owns property in 4 of the cities that would be stops along the NLX line? Such a conflict of interest should've been one of the main topics of every one of his "hard hitting" articles about the North Metro.

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sincewhenNov. 23, 12 1:18 AM

I guess I should get use to seeing opinion pieces like this appear off the Op-ed pages.

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