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
Residents of St. Anthony’s Lowry Grove mobile home park have been left with uncertainty after their “right of first refusal” was flipped on its back when their purchase agreement was deemed insufficient by the buyer and seller June 13. The Lowry Grove land was sold and is now owned by Continental Property Group, but residents are exploring legal options.
Residents’ bid to buy park remains in the balance after ‘illegal’ sale
The sale of the Lowry Grove property in St. Anthony Village has not necessarily been a simple one.