Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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08
May

Babcock Feasibility Study

The purpose of the feasibility study is to determine the potential need for pedestrian routes along Babcock Trail in Inver Grove Heights by residents, the opportunities and constraints of creating pedestrian routes along the various sections of th

Tue
02
May

Community meeting for tiny home development

A development is in the works for the East Side’s Railroad Island neighborhood—a tiny home village. A community meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m.

Tue
25
Apr

New MN bicycling handbook rolls out for spring cycling

More people than ever before are riding bicycles in Minnesota. That’s why the Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota — BikeMN — is rolling out the first-ever Minnesota Bicycling Handbook just in time for National Bike Month in May.

Mon
24
Apr

Volunteer to explore Dakota County wetlands

Dakota County is seeking volunteers eager to pull on a pair of waders and jump into monitoring the health of community wetlands through the Wetland Health Evaluation Program (WHEP).

Mon
24
Apr

Eyeglasses accepted at The Recycling Zone

Dakota County is making it easier to do good by accepting eyeglasses at The Recycling Zone, 3365 Dodd Rd., Eagan.

Tue
11
Apr

Have your work displayed at the LeDuc Estate

 

Sun
26
Feb

Read Across South St. Paul

 

Sun
26
Feb

Rep. Rick Hansen appointed to the Select Committee on Technology and Responsive Government

 On Friday, Feb. 17, Speaker Kurt Daudt (R-Crown) appointed Rep. Rick Hansen (DFL-South St. Paul) to the Select Committee on Technology and Responsive Government.

Sun
26
Feb

Neighbors, Inc. announces new executive director

Neighbors, Inc. has announced that Charles D. Thompson will be the organization’s next executive director. Thompson will join Neighbors in March, working with current executive director John Kemp until his retirement on April 15.

Sun
19
Feb

South St. Paul ‘Mayor for the Day’ essay contest announced

South St. Paul fourth- through eighth-graders are eligible to enter the third annual “Mayor for the Day” essay contest. 

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