Barley John’s Brew Pub in New Brighton is one of the closer establishments to Mounds View residents who want to enjoy in-house brewed beer. Thanks to possible upcoming changes to Mounds View’s zoning and license codes, residents may soon be able to stay within city limits for such an opportunity.
With dozens of breweries already established in the Twin Cities area, Mounds View has begun to consider opening its doors to the trend.
Families gather together along the parade route in Mounds View.
Summer may be zooming by, but it’s not over yet, and neither is all its fun. Mounds View’s Festival in the Park, for example, is just around the corner and is sure to bring smiles to faces in the community.
Entrepreneurs Jesse Lammi and John Louiselle, both 25, stand inside a DropHome, a mobile home their New Brighton-based company, NextDoor Housing, offers individuals who need temporary living spaces next to family members who can care for them durning illness or recovery.
A New Brighton-based start up faced big challenges its first year in business, so its two young founders took on the law, so to speak, in order to ease the red tape that makes operating their business a bit of a hassle.
Just before reaching Mounds View, both County Highway 10 and U.S. Highway 10 appear together on signage along Interstate 35W. Soon, the name Mound View Boulevard will appear in place of County Highway 10.
Busy roadway will soon be called ‘Mounds View Blvd.’
The Mounds View City Council has taken the essential steps to clear up some roadway confusion.