James Miller, left, presented Shoreview city manager Terry Schwerm with the James F. Miller Leadership Award at the annual League of Minnesota Cities conference, an award that was named after Miller this year after he retired as the League’s long-time executive director.
Terry Schwerm has been Shoreview’s city manager since 1993.
In an age of increasing data collection about all sorts of things, Shoreview residents probably won’t be surprised to learn they will soon have the ability to easily access individualized water consumption reports, receive timely utility communica
When deputies responded to a Shoreview address on a report of suspicious activity May 31, they probably weren’t expecting they’d be led on a stop-and-go, slow-speed car chase that ended in the arrest of a middle-aged woman.
Xcel Energy power connections are needed to finish quiet zone work at the Jerrold Avenue railroad crossing in Shoreview and another crossing in Little Canada. Houses sit fewer than 50 feet from the Jerrold crossing, where trains are still required to sound their whistles until the quiet zone is in place. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Railroad quiet zones expected to be complete in June
Some two years after the Legislature set aside $2 million to create railroad quiet zones in Little Canada and Shoreview, the loud train whistles that disturbed so many residents may finally fall silent in June.
That’s according to a quiet zone news update posted to the Little Canada city website April 18, which said railroad construction necessary for the zones being carried out by Canadian Pacific Railway was nearly complete.