South St Paul

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16
Oct

Health care talking point for 54A candidates


Jen Peterson

There’s another open legislative seat up for grabs in the southeast metro area. 

Sun
16
Oct

District 54 candidates cite differing areas of importance

The two candidates battling for the open state Senate District 54 seat have identified different issues of importance while on the campaign trail this fall. 

Sun
16
Oct

Inver Grove Heights continues to weigh merits of licensing rental housing

Inver Grove Heights City Council continued discussion of a new ordinance that would establish a rental license program at its Oct. 10 meeting. 

The council approved the first reading of the proposed ordinance at its June 27 meeting.

Sun
16
Oct

New trash collection ordinance passes in Inver Grove Heights

On Oct. 10, the Inver Grove Heights City Council approved an ordinance amendment regarding trash collection.

Sun
16
Oct

Health care and education focus of District 52 race


Matt Klein

Several state legislative seats are open this year, including Senate District 52, which was held by the late Jim Metzen of South St. Paul. 

Sun
16
Oct

District 52A candidates focus on infrastructure and funding

This election season a longtime DFL incumbent, Rick Hansen, is facing a longtime GOP activist, Larry Sachi, in the House District 52A race. 

Sun
16
Oct

Equity of state funding on minds of South St. Paul School Board candidates


Patricia Bjorklund

 

For the first time in a while, there are more candidates running for South St. Paul School Board than there are open seats.

Sun
09
Oct

South St. Paul council candidates address the public


Steven Budke

Local group hosts lively debate

Candidates for South St. Paul City Council and mayor answered questions in a well-attended debate on Tuesday, Oct. 4.

Sun
25
Sep

South St. Paul teacher Callon Siebenahler named regional Teacher of the Year


Callon Siebenahler

Callon Siebenahler has been named the 2016 Region III Teacher of the Year by the Association for Career and Technical Education.

Sun
25
Sep

South St. Paul moves forward with new ordinance restricting where sex offenders can live


The white areas of the map, created by the South St. Paul engineering department, show the parts of the city where convicted sex offenders would be allowed to live, under a proposed residency restriction ordinance.

The South St. Paul City Council approved the first reading of a new ordinance on Monday, Sept. 19, that would significantly restrict where convicted sex offenders and predators could live in the community.

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