East Side Review

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04
Jun

Mayor stumps for juice boxes and milk cartons

Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman kicked off a press conference today on the front lawn of a local resident's home to challenge people to start adding milk cartons and juice boxes to their recycling.

Mon
04
Jun

Mayor stumps for juice boxes and milk cartons

Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman kicked off a press conference today on the front lawn of a local resident's home to challenge people to start adding milk cartons and juice boxes to their recycling.

Mon
04
Jun

We need to pay attention to Phalen Park

The East Side is home to one of Saint Paul's greatest treasures - Phalen Regional Park. We tend to take the park and its beautiful lake for granted - perhaps because it has always been there and it fits so perfectly into our community's idea of what a park should be.

Mon
04
Jun

Ramsey County dispatch center opens next month

A consolidated emergency communications center serving almost all citizens in Ramsey County is almost complete. An opening and celebration is scheduled on Monday, June 11 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Ramsey County Law Enforcement Center next to St. Paul police headquarters, 425 Grove Street.

Mon
04
Jun

Take a hike

The St. Paul Hiking Club announces its June hikes.

• Tuesday, June 5 at 7:30 p.m. Meet at the corner of Summit and Western avenues.

Mon
04
Jun

Letter: Hunger awareness urged

To the editor:

On June 5, 2007, Minnesotans will observe Hunger Awareness Day in recognition of the more than 35 million people in the United States who live with hunger every day.

Mon
04
Jun

Classic Literary Society discussion group

The East Side Arts Council invites you to a free classic literature discussion for friends and neighbors. The group is open to anyone intersted in fun, fellowship and classical literature, including poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and biography.

Mon
04
Jun

Multi-use development approved for St. Paul's Monastery site

St. Paul's Monastery in Maplewood will have some new neighbors on its 31 acres in the next few years as its land is developed with senior housing, townhomes and the existing building is converted into a family-violence shelter.

Mon
04
Jun

State approves deal with 3M for groundwater cleanup

Manufacturing giant 3M has agreed to pay up to $8 million to remove potentially hazardous chemicals from a defunct Washington County landfill in Lake Elmo and give the state $5 million to further study the effects the 3M-produced compounds have on the environment.

Sun
03
Jun

From books to birds, clothes to casinos

It was gridlock on every freeway as we left the Twin Cities for a trip up north on a Thursday afternoon. We wanted to reach our weekend destination of Leech Lake before nightfall, and the tension was rising as we inched along congested interstates.

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