St. Anthony Bulletin News

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23
Oct

St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board candidates name achievement gap, hiring new superintendent as top challenges

ELECTION 2017


Four candidates vy for three seats on board

Voters in the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District will soon have the chance to elect three people to the school board.

Mon
23
Oct

Lowry Grove may reopen as manufactured housing


A sign hanging at the entrance to the Lowry Grove property as seen Oct. 19 indicates ownership is now taking reservations for folks to move their mobile homes back onto the site. Brad Hoyt, president of the Village LLC, which owns the site, said the land, which was slated for redevelopment until the St. Anthony City Council rejected the site plan, will likely become a manufactured housing community once again. Jesse Poole

The owner of the land once home to Lowry Grove, a manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village, announced Oct. 13 that the property may very well be made back into a mobile home park.

Mon
16
Oct

Lowry Grove redevelopment proposal rejected by St. Anthony


A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image

The St. Anthony City Council unanimously voted to reject a re-worked proposal for the redevelopment of the Lowry Grove property, despite the owner’s efforts to address concerns from residents.

Mon
09
Oct

Developer addresses density concerns at Lowry Grove redevelopment

New proposal has  100 fewer units.

Tue
26
Sep

Federal review of St. Anthony police in question after DOJ announces changes


The U.S. Department of Justice has made “significant changes” to one of its programs. It’s a move that could directly affect St. Anthony Village.

Mon
18
Sep

St. Anthony mulls council appointment or special election


Bonnie Brever resigned from the St. Anthony City Council Aug. 18, submitting her letter of resignation just days after the filing period closed for the upcoming city elections this fall. 

Tue
05
Sep

Cost of policing set to jump for Falcon Heights

The proposed cost for the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office to patrol Falcon Heights is in, and the city is facing a 30 percent increase in its price of policing.

Mon
28
Aug

Brever resigns from St. Anthony City Council


Bonnie Brever

At the beginning of St. Anthony Village’s most recent city council meeting, the mayor and council members accepted the resignation of council member Bonnie Brever, who was not at the Aug. 22 meeting. 

Mon
07
Aug

Settlement reached in contested Lowry Grove sale


St. Anthony’s former Lowry Grove mobile home park is vacant of residents, but it won’t be that way for long. In addition to building market-rate apartments, townhouses and senior-focused housing, as part of a legal settlement, the site’s owner is making provisions, in partnership with equitable housing nonprofit Aeon, to add 110 affordable units to the site as well. Jesse Poole photo

The new owner of the land known as Lowry Grove in St. Anthony Village has agreed to sell a portion of the 15-acre property to Aeon, a Minneapolis-based equitable housing nonprofit. 

Mon
31
Jul

St. Anthony receives official application for redevelopment of Lowry Grove


Those living in Lowry Grove were required to move out by June 30. Now, vacant of residents, the land awaits redevelopment, and the developer, The Village, awaits feedback on plans from both city leaders as well as residents. Jesse Poole

Just shy of a month after it was completely vacated, an application to redevelop the land long known as Lowry Grove was submitted to St. Anthony Village.

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