St. Paul landlord running for mayor against Coleman

  • Article by: Kevin Duchschere , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 29, 2013 - 8:27 PM

Tim Holden, who will campaign as an independent, is running on a pro-business platform.

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twincitizen1Apr. 29, 13 5:50 PM

So he's running on a 'pro-business' platform, and his only identifiable issue is that the City should subsidize more parking. Nice try buddy...NEXT!

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usa2012Apr. 29, 13 6:36 PM

Tim This is the city that has a practice interstate running through it and wants to turn Ayd Mill Rd into a bike path. If you've been reading the paper at all over the last 10 years, you would not say this town is particularly business friendly.

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littlebootsMay. 2, 13 4:24 PM

Dear mayoral candidates, I hope to see less jobs and businesses opening up, I'd like to see more urban blight, more foreclosed dilapidated homes and business, empty storefronts in downtown, no new bike lanes, more people loitering around, more government jobs paying triple what they should, more potholes, even less people on the streets downtown (is that possible in St. Paul?)more boring lame nightlife,(again, even a possibility?) more messed up opportunities like the huge new mixed use developments on the river where the geniuses put the only few retail spaces facing the noisy stinky Shepard Road not the Mississippi river (??) thus wasting a golden opportunity to revitalize the riverfront like other great thriving cities have done, I'd like to see more welfare, handouts and subsidies for lazy people, illegal immigrants and of course huge mega corporations that will leave St. Paul anyways (for good reason) once the tax dollar incentives go away, more Orwellian cameras in downtown, more backwards policies like marijuana bans, gambling bans, gay marriage bans, just keep it up St. Paul and Minnesota! Shoot for the stars!

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antisuburbsMay. 2, 13 9:04 PM

"Holden has a problem with how St. Paul during Coleman’s time in office has treated landlords. A dozen landlords are suing the city in federal court, claiming that it’s been too aggressive in enforcing codes." so he's mad because Coleman has made sure that landlords have to provide people with a safe home to live in? also, the campaign office in the back room of a sex shop is a really classy move...

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