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South St. Paul council rejects staff recommendation for mini-roundabout on Southview Boulevard


The staff on the project proposed a mini-roundabout at the intersection of Southview Boulevard and 12th Avenue to improve vehicle and pedestrian safety. However, the mini-roundabout was rejected by the city council, which instead approved a “through-stop,” otherwise called a two-way stop, at the busy intersection. (submitted graphic)

At the June 20 meeting, the South St. Paul City Council went against staff recommendation and adopted a resolution for a two-way stop at Southview Boulevard and 12th Avenue.

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4th of July Events

St. Paul

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South St. Paul Open Foundation announces 42nd annual golf outing honoring Phil Housley

The South St. Paul Open Foundation announced its 42nd Annual Golf Outing is set for Monday, July 18, at Southview Country Club. Registration and lunch begin at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start kicking off at 12:30 p.m.

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LMC honors seven retiring legislators with Presidential Awards

The League of Minnesota Cities has presented its 2016 Presidential Awards to seven Minnesota state legislators, all of them former city officials, who will be retiring from office this year. 

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Burnsville attorney named Inver Hills ‘Outstanding Alumna’


Patricia Buss spoke at the 2016 Inver Hills Community College commencement. She was named this year’s Outstanding Alumna. (submitted photo)

Patricia Buss, a family law attorney, is the 2016 Outstanding Alumna of the Year at Inver Hills Community College.

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South-West Review area people - published June 26, 2016

Morningside College student Nick Misukanis, the son of Dr. Thomas Misukanis of Mendota Heights, recently presented a paper at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion.

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West St. Paul group hosts Police Day

Roughly 50 people came out to the West St. Paul Police Day on Saturday, June 18 at Marthaler Park. Brooke Reiner says the event, put on by a group of sixth and eighth grade girls who are part of the West St.

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Mendota Heights council hires interim police administrative supervisor

After little discussion, the Mendota Heights City Council approved the hiring of a temporary police administrative supervisor at the June 21 meeting. 

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It takes a family

Hastings woman donates chapel to Inver Grove Heights church

In the 1880s, Adam and Eva Rosenberger settled in Inver Grove Heights after emigrating to America from Germany. 

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City leaders search for ways to make streets safer for pedestrians


The temporary bump-out at Margaret Street and East Seventh Street consists of painted lines and PVC tubes. The city of St. Paul has been adding temporary bump-outs this summer to study how they could make crosswalks safer.

Initiative follows deaths of two people at busy East Side crosswalks

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