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Jun

Dayton’s Bluff arts community awarded $100,000 NEA grant

Collective seeks art and culture addendum to city’s comprehensive plan

 

The Dayton’s Bluff community has been awarded a $100,000 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town grant.

Tue
20
Jun

Roseville Police host a hot block party


courtesy of Roseville Fire Department

June 10’s heat and wind didn’t stop or even slow the fun at the block party organized by Roseville police at the Brittany Marion Apartments near the intersection of Rice Street and Larpenteur Avenue in Roseville.

Tue
20
Jun

Northwest Roseville residents come out in force against proposed development


A more than 200-unit apartment development proposed for the southeast corner of County Road D and Old Highway 8 in Roseville brought neighbors out in droves to speak against the proposal at the city’s June 5 Economic Development Authority meeting. Though the authority voted against a pledge of city funding to support for the project, the developer is moving forward with its plan, and is likely to seek greater public input. courtesy of Google Maps

Concerns raised over traffic, changes, brought by 200-unit complex

Tue
20
Jun

Work delayed at TCAAP site as pollutants linger


Contaminated groundwater deep beneath the Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills has delayed the project’s timeline, as officials look at clean-up and possible design tweaks. submitted graphic

Recently, overseers of the Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills had to reconsider the project’s timeline due to pollutants lingering deep beneath the property’s surface, delaying next-step approvals. 

Tue
20
Jun

Roseville bass-fishing duo headed to make fish tales in Alabama


Zach Schiller and Jack Wallish, a bass-fishing team from Roseville, with their fourth-place catch at the June 3 Fishing League Worldwide High School Fishing Minnesota Open in Wabasha. That strong finish qualified them for the 2017 High School Fishing World Finals in Alabama. They’re headed there for the tournament’s June 27 start. photo courtesy of Jay Wallish

Riding along in a car on a recent afternoon after school, Zach Schiller and Jack Wallish, both 16, pass the phone back and forth to discuss their recent fishing exploits.

Tue
20
Jun

Veterans dedication in Little Canada

On June 14 — Flag Day — some 150 people turned out for the Phase II dedication of Veterans Memorial Park in Little Canada.

Mon
19
Jun

Yanez found not guilty

St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of all counts for killing Philando Castile. 

Mon
19
Jun

St. Anthony prepares for police services contract break with Falcon Heights


With the impending end of its police contract with Falcon Heights, St. Anthony Village has budgeted for a smaller police force in 2018. Mike Munzenrider/Review

Early 2018 budget calls for smaller police force

 

Mon
19
Jun

GreenStep Cities recognized for sustainability efforts

The League of Minnesota Cities recognized 33 member cities and one tribal community at the 2017 Annual Conference June 15 for demonstrating commitment to sustainability best practices and advancing to the next step in the GreenStep Cities program.

Mon
19
Jun

County will receive grant to investigate potential fraud in public assistance

Washington County will receive a $170,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services to investigate fraud in public assistance programs over the course of two years, after the county board approved the grant June 13.

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