Bulletin Area News

News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin, Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin & St. Anthony Bulletin.

 

Wed
30
Mar

Rice Creek Trail construction continues despite cold front

Despite recent snowfalls, the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation Department staff already has their eyes set on summer plans. 

Wed
30
Mar

Co. Road H projects kick off 2016 construction season


When the I-35W interchange project is completed, the I-35W southbound loop will be closed and new features like roundabouts and new turn lanes will be added to help move traffic more efficiently. (submitted graphic)

Road construction season 2016 is about to hit New Brighton and surrounding communities with two projects. 

Starting Monday, March 28, the intersection at County Road H and Red Oak Drive will be closed. 

Wed
30
Mar

Stepped-up enforcement leads to big spike in New Brighton’s impaired-driving arrests


The New Brighton Department of Public Safety’s DWI officer’s squad car, purchased last year through the DWI Officer Grant program, is designed with stealth in mind, in regards to the squad’s darker, less conspicuous graphics, according to deputy director Tony Paetznick.(submitted graphic)

It’s been one full year since the New Brighton Department of Public Safety was awarded a grant providing it the funds to dedicate one full-time officer to patrol the city’s streets for drivers inebriated or otherwise under the influence.

Wed
23
Mar

St. Anthony Police Chief Ohl set to retire


John Ohl

Successor recruited from within the department
John Ohl has worked with the St. Anthony Police Department in varying capacities for the past 33 years. At the age of 55, and after 11 years as chief, Ohl has decided it’s time to move on. He’s set to retire June 3. 

 

Wed
23
Mar

New Brighton seeks Community Partnership Award nominees

The City of New Brighton is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Community Partnership Award.

Wed
23
Mar

New Brighton asks residents to limit water use


New Brighton posts its water conservation status on signs at high-traffic entry points into the city, such as on Silver Lake Road. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Warm weather and well work main concerns

With unseasonably warm weather and a return of outdoor water usage for gardens, car washes and kiddie pools just around the corner, New Brighton set the city’s water conservation status to yellow, as of March 11.

The city supplies residents with water pumped from underground aquifers, and according to city manager Dean Lotter, two of the city’s four wells require preventative maintenance, which he said should be done now, rather than later. 

The yellow conservation status means New Brighton residents using municipal water will not be permitted to water yards and gardens between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. and will be required to follow an odd/even sprinkling ban. Residents will also be prohibited from filling swimming pools or washing cars.

Wed
23
Mar

Smoke inhalation kills family pet


Firefighters put down a blaze March 11 on Pinewood Drive in Shoreview that killed a family’s house cat — no other residents were injured. (courtesy of Lake Johanna Fire Department)

The Lake Johanna Fire Department responded to a house fire on Pinewood Drive in Shoreview Friday, March 11. 

Tue
22
Mar

Redevelopment will raze Rice Street strip mall


The Shoreview mall near Interstate 694 will make way for apartments and townhomes. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

Plans are in the works for a new development in Shoreview, off Interstate 694 on the northwest corner of Rice Street, and some residents and merchants are not happy about it.

Wed
16
Mar

Here comes the sun: Mounds View schools put up solar panels


Solar panels were recently installed on the roof of Chippewa Middle School. Five more Mounds View schools, including Island Lake, Pike Lake, Pinewood elementary school, and Irondale and Mounds View high schools will have panels installed by the end of the year. (submitted photo)

Some roofs are meant to do far more than protect a building from weather, critters and a beating sun. 

According to Chippewa Middle School principal Rob Reetz, some roofs do all that and generate energy as well.

Wed
16
Mar

Library board meets March 16

The Ramsey County Library Board will meet Wednesday, March 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ramsey County Library in North St. Paul, 2300 North St. Paul Drive. A library board subcommittee will meet from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

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