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
07
May

Aldi likely moving into House of Wong space


Per building permits filed with the City of Roseville, discount grocer Aldi is planning to move into the former House of Wong space at Roseville Center on Larpenteur Avenue. (Mike Munzenrider)

Though Aldi corporate is officially mum on it, the grocer has filed for building permits with the City of Roseville and looks to be moving into the former House of Wong space off Larpenteur Avenue.

Tue
30
Apr

More approvals for school, homes at Roseville armory site


The former National Guard Armory site in Roseville is on its way to becoming a school once again, while four single-family homes are also planned for the site. (file photo)

The Roseville City Council is continuing to help chart the course for the National Guard Armory site in the southeast corner of the city, which is planned to become a Montessori school and four homes.

Tue
30
Apr

Amid building boom, District 623 braces for operating budget cuts


As the Roseville Area School District carries out district-wide facilities improvements backed by a $144 million bond referendum, including an expansion of Roseville Area High School, it’s bracing for a third year of operating budget cuts. (Mike Munzenrider)

The near $70 million worth of construction and upgrades currently underway at Roseville Area High School are apparent to anyone who drives by on Highway 36.

Tue
30
Apr

Little Canada looks to increase tobacco purchase age

Little Canada is the latest north suburban community looking to keep tobacco products out of the hands of young people by increasing its tobacco purchase age from 18 to 21.

Tue
23
Apr

County plans fewer lanes on Larpenteur to increase safety


Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.

The Roseville City Council was updated April 15 about planned safety improvements to a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue where two pedestrians were killed in a single crash earlier this year. 

Tue
23
Apr

Roseville PD continues focus on trafficking victims

The Roseville Police Department carried out a human trafficking detail at a local hotel April 9.

Tue
23
Apr

Roseville participating in National Drug Take-Back Day

Unused prescription pills can cause clutter and confusion, or worse, addiction, after falling into the wrong hands.

Thu
18
Apr

Roseville educator finalist for Teacher of the Year


Jeffrey Davies

There are nine finalists for the 2019 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award and an educator at Roseville Area High School is one of them.

Thu
18
Apr

Dig me out when it’s over


Mike Munzenrider

Winter’s last gasp blew into the Twin Cities April 10-12. The blizzard made the April 11 morning commute a tricky one, as evidenced by a van that slid off the ramp from Snelling Avenue to eastbound Highway 36 in Roseville.

Thu
18
Apr

Roseville extends cell tower leases with eyes on future


Mike Munzenrider Roseville recently re-upped cell carrier leases on and around its Fairview Avenue water tower, which net the city tens of thousands of dollars a year.

The Roseville City Council on April 8 extended leases with cell carriers on and around the city’s water tower off Fairview Avenue, potentially locking in hundreds of thousands of dollars of future income for the city.

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