ArMand Nelson

The Champlin Dayton Athletic Association (CDAA) is donating $6,000 to the Champlin Police Crime Prevention Fund at the Jan. 28 Champlin Council meeting.  In making this donation, the Association cited programs such as Kids Safety Camp, Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE), and Shop-with-a-Cop as programs they would like to see funded with their donation, which [...]

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ArMand Nelson moves into mayor’s seat, joined by two newcomers The new face of the Champlin City Council took shape Tuesday, Jan. 8, as three individuals were given the oath of office. City Clerk Roberta Colotti delivered the oath first to Mayor ArMand Nelson, who previously served as a council member. Bruce Miller was sworn [...]

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In addition to Nov. 6 determining the course of the U.S. Presidency and fate of the two amendments on Minnesota’s state ballot, residents in Champlin and Dayton had another reason to head to the polls in droves – new city leadership. Both of the city’s incumbent mayors chose not to run for re-election this year. [...]

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TO THE EDITOR: I have watched and admired ArMand Nelson over the years as he served this community with integrity and dedication. What has impressed me most about Armand running for Mayor is that he didn’t just appear on the scene and ask for our votes, but learned about our community first by serving as [...]

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To the Editor: My husband and I have over 50 years combined in civil service: mine in the federal sector; Charlie, my husband, at the state level. We agree that experience, compassion, commitment and integrity are key characteristics of an outstanding Civic Leader. ArMand possesses these qualities and that is why he has our vote [...]

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TO THE EDITOR: Since moving to Champlin in late 1998, I have been impressed with the caliber of leadership in the office of mayor. Both Steve Boynton and Mark Uglem have been effective, collaborative, and approachable servants in our community. Electing ArMand Nelson is a clear choice in continuing that legacy of strong leadership. Over [...]

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To the Editor: Would you choose a physician without any training to care for you or your child? I would not, and nor would I vote for a person to be our next mayor who has not had any training or experience for the position of leading a city through the next two years. Instead, [...]

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