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Oct

Falcon Heights council candidates talk policing, what the city does next

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The past year and a half has been tumultuous and soul-searching for many in Falcon Heights, and this fall’s city council election could be an indicator of what residents want the city to do next.

Mon
23
Oct

St. Anthony council candidates consider Castile shooting, Lowry Grove

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Philando Castile was killed by a St. Anthony Village police officer on July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights.

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23
Oct

St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board candidates name achievement gap, hiring new superintendent as top challenges

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Four candidates vy for three seats on board

Voters in the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District will soon have the chance to elect three people to the school board.

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23
Oct

Mounds View School Board candidates say schools are over-capacity

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Six candidates are in the ring seeking a spot on the Mounds View School Board. Voters can pick three.

Mon
23
Oct

Lowry Grove may reopen as manufactured housing


A sign hanging at the entrance to the Lowry Grove property as seen Oct. 19 indicates ownership is now taking reservations for folks to move their mobile homes back onto the site. Brad Hoyt, president of the Village LLC, which owns the site, said the land, which was slated for redevelopment until the St. Anthony City Council rejected the site plan, will likely become a manufactured housing community once again. Jesse Poole

The owner of the land once home to Lowry Grove, a manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village, announced Oct. 13 that the property may very well be made back into a mobile home park.

Fri
20
Oct

Inver Grove Heights School Board candidates focus on budget and career readiness

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The Inver Grove Heights School Board has three seats up for election this year. Two incumbents, Cindy Nordstrom and Lynette Stensargd, are running for reelection.

Fri
20
Oct

Dayton’s Bluff celebrates another year of community organizing


Newly elected and re-elected board members of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, from left to right, include Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Dana Fitzpatrick, Erica Merritt, Quintin Kidd and Barry Frantum. Re-elected board members Osman Egal, Jeanelle Foster and Laura Kidd were unable to attend the community council’s annual meeting on Oct. 18. Marjorie Otto/Review

The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council held its annual meeting and board elections on Oct. 18.

Fri
20
Oct

Residents sit down to chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates


East Side and other St. Paul residents were able to sit down and chat with St. Paul mayoral candidates Oct. 17 during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Minnesota Humanities Center. Marjorie Otto/Review

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Marjorie Otto

Review staff

 

Tue
17
Oct

North St. Paul city manager resigns


Jason Ziemer

After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St.

Tue
17
Oct

NEWSBRIEF: Lights are turned


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

The lighted trails at Lake Elmo Park Reserve have been turned on from dusk until 9:30 p.m. each evening for hikers, until the trails are being groomed for the ski season, depending on snowfall.

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