East Side Review

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East Side Review police reports Feb. 5-11, 2015

Thursday, Feb. 5 - Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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New library cards available at Saint Paul Public Library

New library cards will soon be available at the Saint Paul Public Library, and anyone who gets a new card during the month of March will be entered intoa a drawing to win a gift card to a local Saint Paul business.

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Two East Side teachers up for teacher of the year prize

The 30 semifinalists for Education Minnesota's annual Teacher of the Year award have been announced, and two East Side educators are among them.

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Culinary Cookoff

Harding High School students competed with other St. Paul Public School kids in a culinary cookoff after school on Friday, Feb. 20 at Saint Paul College.

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Enormous neon sign stolen from strip mall

A large sign measuring 5 feet tall and 20 feet wide was stolen from Rod Beseman’s chiropractic office on the 1700 block of Suburban Avenue. Police have little insight into why someone would steal such a sign. (submitted photo)
A large sign measuring 5 feet tall and 20 feet wide was stolen from Rod Beseman’s chiropractic office on the 1700 block of Suburban Avenue. Police have little insight into why someone would steal such a sign. (submitted photo)

Dr. Rod Beseman, a chiropractor, showed up to work on Tuesday, Feb. 17, only to find his business sign missing.

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Sewer repairs at Phalen and Johnson wrapping up

After a sewer collapse led to a giant sinkhole, crews have been on the job repairing the area for nine months. The majority of the repair work is expected to be wrapped up by the end of March. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
After a sewer collapse led to a giant sinkhole, crews have been on the job repairing the area for nine months. The majority of the repair work is expected to be wrapped up by the end of March. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Major work near completion, finishing touches done by early summer

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Neighbors’ appeal sees no sympathy

The senior housing complex, protested by neighbors for its large size and height, moves forward. An appeal filed by neighbors to the city council was denied. (submitted graphic)
The senior housing complex, protested by neighbors for its large size and height, moves forward. An appeal filed by neighbors to the city council was denied. (submitted graphic)

Dominium senior housing project on East Seventh moves forward

There's nothing like a lengthy, in-depth discussion of roof measurement minutiae to cement a building project moving forward.

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Former police chief to take Lantry’s place

Finney will serve a 10-month council term
It looks like former police chief William Finney will take over as Ward 7 St. Paul City Council member as Kathy Lantry steps down to take on her new role as the public works director in March.

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Homeless man found frozen in Indian Mounds Park

A 58-year-old man was found dead in a makeshift shack in Indian Mounds Park over the weekend.
 
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Ramsey County seeks committee members

Ramsey County needs committee members to serve on a variety of boards which help direct activities and funding throughout the county. The committees serve in an advisory role to the county board of commissioners.

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