The Lake Elmo City Council unanimously approved preliminary plans for a proposed mixed-use development on 157 acres of land located south of Tenth Street N. and east of Inwood Avenue. (Submitted graphic)
There has been a lot of buzz about the proposed residential and commercial development in Lake Elmo to be known as Inwood.
Construction has begun on the Hy-Vee supermarket to be located at the site of the former Oakdale Outlet Mall, near the northwest corner of the Interstate 694 and Tenth Street North intersection. The 90,000-square-foot store is expected to open by the end of 2015. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)
Ol' Man Winter arrived a bit early in the Twin Cities, causing the cancellation of the groundbreaking festivities for the new Hy-Vee supermarket at the site of the former Oakdale Outlet Mall, near the northwest corner of Interstate 694 and Tenth S
The general election is just four weeks away, and the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School Board has three board seats set to expire at year's end. Come Nov. 4, voters will have five candidates to choose from to fill those seats.
The locally preferred alternate route selected by the Gateway Corridor Commission has a bus rapid transit line following I-94 from downtown St. Paul to Woodbury in a dedicated guideway. (submitted graphic)
The Gateway Corridor Policy Advisory Committee has identified a more specific route for a proposed bus rapid transit line traveling between downtown St. Paul and Woodbury.
The filing period for municipalities without a primary election opened July 29, as did filing for seats on local school boards. The filing period closes at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 12. The general election will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Volunteers in shifts get to work building the new playground out at Castle Elementary July 26. The PTO has been fundraising for over two years to replace the 24-year-old playground that was in disrepair.
From left: Joyce Kisch, Barb Bjorkman, Abby Nabben, Geri Barthelmy, Ellen Wier and Sally Wacker. (Submitted photo)
Quilts of Comfort donated to St. Croix Valley Red Cross
Sally Wacker of Lake Elmo recently delivered an amazing gift to the St. Croix Valley Red Cross in Bayport. Sally and her quilters of Christ Lutheran Church in Lake Elmo created beautiful quilts that they donated to the Red Cross victims of local disasters. Our Red Cross volunteers who respond to local fires and other emergencies will be able to present Quilts of Comfort to people who are recent victims of a fire, flood or severe storm in the greater St. Croix Valley.