Bloomington voters face a big change on the City Council

  • Article by: Mary Jane Smetanka , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 26, 2013 - 6:09 PM

Three incumbents with more than 40 years of combined experience are not seeking re-election, pitting 10 relative newcomers against one another.

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true gritOct. 28, 13 9:22 AM

Mary Jane why not tell the truth; after voting to waste millions of tax payer money on Lenczewski's bicycle bridge to nowhere those council members who are not running again knew they would be voted out. It is also interesting to note that Bloomington's commercial taxes cost a business nearly twice those in Edina. Bloomington citizens should look around at all the empty store fronts and buildings and elect people that will improve the community not spend our money on pipe dreams.

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spcannOct. 29, 13 2:13 PM

MJ-Your reporting fails to cover the DFL candidates courtship of the OCCUPY movement and their radical tactics. Please make your story complete by covering to the 2012 DFL endorsing convention comments made by candidates running for council at large. Otherwise, your article appears to be covering that up. Thanks.

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