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Tue
22
Jan

Roseville to lobby at Capitol for OVAL funding, other priorities


file photo Roseville has hired a lobbying firm to help it secure its legislative priorities, including $4.2 million in state bonding for capital improvements at the Roseville OVAL.

The City of Roseville has hired a lobbying firm to help advocate for its legislative priorities at the Capitol over the next two years.

Tue
22
Jan

Mounds View to see new apartments


Matt Hudson INH Properties agreed to purchase land on the corner of County Road H2 and Mounds View Boulevard to build a 127-unit apartment complex.

The Mounds View Economic Development Authority approved a land sale on Jan. 7 that paves the way for construction of an apartment complex.

Tue
22
Jan

Judicial remedies

Going to court to sue someone is not the same as going to see a doctor. That seems like a pretty obvious statement, right? Few would disagree and yet quite a few people who come to court don’t always understand the difference.

Tue
22
Jan

The North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club

The North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club recently brought five new Kiwanians into membership.

Tue
22
Jan

Edgerton Elementary School Student Council

Motivated and generous students from the Edgerton Elementary School Student Council recently raised $326 for the Renewable Energy Alliance.

Mon
21
Jan

Marine vet awarded mortgage-free home in Inver Grove Heights


courtesy Justin Yunke, U.S. Bank Andrea Bruns and her 4-year-old daughter were selected for a mortgage-free home from Freedom Alliance and U.S. Bank. The pair officially moved into their Inver Grove Heights home Jan. 11.

With boxes left to unpack, Andrea Bruns is feeling the excitement that every new homeowner feels as they settle in. 

Mon
21
Jan

East Side city council races shaping up to be busy


Courtesy of the City of St. Paul Both seats for East Side St. Paul City Council wards 6 and 7 are up for election this year. Ward 6 will have a guaranteed new face following former council member Dan Bostrom’s resignation and retirement. In Ward 7, incumbent council member Jane Prince and community organizer Mary Anne Quiroz have announced their intentions to run.

The turn of the New Year kicked off a number of city council campaigns on the East Side. This year the neighborhood will see elections for both of its St. Paul City Council seats, in wards 6 and 7.

Mon
21
Jan

In discussion of City Hall murals, many ask for them to go


courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.

Community members gathered at the East Side Freedom Library Jan. 10 to discuss murals inside St. Paul City Hall and whether the city council chambers is an appropriate place for them to be on display.

Mon
21
Jan

SNAPSHOTS: Feathered friends


Marjorie Otto/Review

If birding’s your thing, look no further than the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary. During a community hike on Jan. 15 — the Lower Phalen Creek Project hosts such a hike every Tuesday from noon to 1 p.m.

Mon
21
Jan

Lower Phalen Creek Project hires interim executive director


Jacob Jurss

The Lower Phalen Creek Project announced via an email newsletter Jan. 9 that its board had hired an interim executive director for the organization. 

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