Mike Munzenrider

Staff writer for Review and Bulletin newspapers.
Mike Munzenrider can be reached at mmunzenrider@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.
Follow him on Twitter @mmunzenrider.

 

 


 

Tue
30
Jul

Filing for 5 odd-year elections open in north suburbs

As of July 30 candidate filing is open for this year’s regularly scheduled elections in the north suburbs — three school board races and two municipals.

Wed
24
Jul

Tax breaks on table for mixed-use Roseville development


The Boaters Outlet site, as it’s called by Roseville city officials, between Fairview and Snelling avenues on County Road C, could become a mixed-use development of housing and retail. Though still in the early planning stages, the Roseville Economic Development Authority voted July 15 to support the redevelopment with $7.5 million of tax increment financing. (Mike Munzenrider)

The Roseville Economic Development Authority voted July 15 to back city financial support for a proposed development that would turn a forgettable stretch of County Road C into mixed-use housing and retail.

Wed
24
Jul

McCarrons beach remains closed due to E. coli


The beach at Lake McCarrons County Park was closed as of July 10 due to high levels of E. coli bacteria in the lake water, and will remain closed at least until July 24. (Mike Munzenrider)

Ramsey County closed its guarded beach at Lake McCarrons County Park on July 10, and according to a county official it could be closed for some time.

Wed
24
Jul

Groundbreaking a sign of the redeveloping times in Roseville


Officials, including Roseville Mayor Dan Roe, center, tossed dirt July 18 to mark the groundbreaking of Colder Products Company’s new 132,000-square-foot headquarters on Cleveland Avenue in Roseville. (Mike Munzenrider photos)

Though work at the site had begun earlier this year, on July 18 officials from Colder Products Company, Ryan Companies and the City of Roseville gathered in the 2800 block of Cleveland Avenue for a groundbreaking ceremony on CPC’s new headquarters

Wed
17
Jul

Roseville removes Planning Commission chair


Jim Bull

The Roseville City Council on July 8 removed the chair of the city’s Planning Commission.

Wed
17
Jul

Pumping will continue on Twin Lake in Little Canada

Next, it’s wait and see

After 30 days of pumping from Twin Lake, Little Canada city officials say they’ve found success in protecting homes on the lake shore from historically high waters.

Tue
09
Jul

Roseville resident part of student team sending solar vehicle to Australia


University of Minnesota Solar Vehicle Project team members Amethyst O’Connell and Farris Al-Humayani with the EOS II vehicle, which the team will be racing in Australia this fall. (Mike Munzenrider)

Roseville resident Amethyst O’Connell is part of a University of Minnesota team of students working to send a solar-powered vehicle to race in Australia this fall.

Tue
02
Jul

Pumping effective on Twin Lake


Twin Lake as seen on June 6 and again on June 26 off Twin Lake Trail, after the City of Little Canada pumped from it following high water levels that threatened lake homes. (Mike Munzenrider photos)

Residents ask Little Canada for continued action

 

Efforts to pump down Twin Lake in Little Canada after its waters threatened homes has been effective, according to the city.

Tue
02
Jul

Sunny, with a chance of fun

Mike Munzenrider

Tue
02
Jul

Historic Falcon Heights building headed toward housing


Work is underway to redevelop the large building on the southwest corner of Snelling and Larpenteur avenues in Falcon Heights into a mixed-use development, with more than 100 affordable apartments. (Mike Munzenrider)

Falcon Heights is clearing the way for a large historic building at the corner of Snelling and Larpenteur avenues to be redeveloped into housing.

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