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Tue
18
Jul

Bike lanes: coming to an East Side street near you


The City of St. Paul is planning to add bike lanes to Stillwater Avenue following the resurfacing of the street late this summer or fall. Bike lanes will also be added to Hazel Street to provide a connection to the Furness Parkway trail. Stillwater Avenue and Hazel Street will have marked bike lanes and parking on one side of the street will be removed. On the connecting routes of Ruth Street, Algonquin and Case avenues, shared lane markings will be added with no loss of parking. courtesy of the City of St. Paul

The city of St. Paul is continuing to expand bike infrastructure and this time it’s in the greater East Side, specifically in the Beaver Lake neighborhoods.

Tue
18
Jul

Split Mendota Heights council denies land use change


At its July 5 meeting, the Mendota Heights City Council denied a request to change the land use of properties at the corner of Lexington Avenue and Sibley Memorial Highway. The property owners wished to have the use changed to medium-density residential to make future redevelopment easier, though approval required a four-fifths vote and too few council members supported the move without, a more concrete plan for the site. courtesy of City of Mendota Heights

Council member cites lack of a plan in denial

Tue
18
Jul

The journey of a lifetime

Mendota Heights woman returns from Peruvian charity trip


 

Tue
18
Jul

Former Ward 6 chef focuses on East Side food scarcity


Not only does Josh Bau cook lunch everyday for some 100 Salvation Army clients, he also helps in the organization’s food shelf, and on the Tuesday and Friday distribution days. Marjorie Otto/Review

Makes move from restaurant to Salvation Army

Tue
18
Jul

Inver Grove Heights begins working out details with police chief search firm

At an open work session on July 10, the Inver Grove Heights City Council met with a representative from Springsted Waters, the consulting firm the city is using in its search for a new police chief.

Wed
12
Jul

New Lake Elmo business aims to help seniors, those with disabilities


Terri Ostler

In pursuit of a lifelong desire to help people, a Woodbury resident recently opened a business in Lake Elmo, hoping to address a need in her community.

Wed
12
Jul

Beach party fundraiser back again


Some of the Silver Lake Splash Committee members gathered at the beach to plan the final details for the big day July 16. From left to right are Tiffany Bathurst, Ingrid Koller and Becka Lassen. Aundrea Kinney/Review

Silver Lake Splash planned for July 16

 

Tue
11
Jul

PEOPLE: Oakdale, Lake Elmo & Ramsey Co. - July 12, 2017

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