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Saturday May 30, 2015

Public Hearing: Conditional Use Permit for Nexus. Wednesday,

April 30,2008 at

3:30 p.m.

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Bradbury Petition
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Tuesday April 29, 2008

Onamia Council:

Marching On in April. Citizens Rights Violated!

Mille Lacs News Staff

At this point, it should come as no surprise that the Onamia City Council, led by the man in charge - City Attorney Robert "Bob" Ruppe will go through with handing Nexus the Conditional Use Permit it needs to begin destroying the 38.81 scenic acres to put up a sex offender facility despite a year-long protest from opposing neighbors.

"Everything about this [Nexus relocation] is wrong," said one Neighbor whose property abuts the building site. "But the city council will go ahead and do whatever it wants, no matter what."

When one of the Neighbors cornered Councilman Bill Hill about the unethical methods used by the local government to serve Nexus, a multi-million private corporation which uses tax dollars to profit off of juvenile sex offenders, stating that the city council has no right to act as an agent for Nexus in order to force sex offenders in her neighborhood, Mr. Hill said, "That's just your opinion."

The Onamia city council has consistently ignored any opposition to the $14 million dollar project. Citizens express deep concern at the way the council has failed to adequately research and assemble facts; facts which indicate that not only is Nexus not an asset to the town, but could in fact be a detriment. But Larry Milton is a stubborn man. The council refuses to yield. Nexus and the city have conspired to provide false information to the public, including sheriff and police reports which could affect public safety. The local government has used taxpayer dollars to pay Bob Ruppe to rewrite and amend city ordinances in order to remove all aspects which protect citizens from this outrageous spot-zoning and which prohibit Nexus from building in the R1 neighborhood.

The local government has betrayed local residents who have lived near, worked in, shopped at, and supported the city of Onamia for most of, if not all of their lives. And who knows? You might be their next victim.

But then, that's just my opinion.






"I've had it here with you and your malarkey!" shouted Onamia Mayor Larry Milton.

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