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Too much junk mail?

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

 

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12
Nov

Water main break pushes back 7th Avenue construction


Solomon Gustavo/Review Construction workers laid cement where a water main broke during a recent Xcel Energy Gas project that was supposed to finish Nov. 5 at the intersection of Margaret Street and East Seventh Avenue in North St. Paul. Because of the break, the project end date was pushed back to Nov. 16.

Project now slated to finish Nov 16 

 

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12
Nov

Maplewood council race headed for recount

The Maplewood City Council race, which wrapped Nov. 6 and featured four candidates for two seats, was too close to call, at least for one of the candidates.

Mon
12
Nov

Lake Elmo elects two new council members

Lake Elmo voters are sending two new city council members to City Hall.

Mon
12
Nov

Review area House races: DFLers reign

Each available Minnesota House seat in the Review coverage areas of Lake Elmo, Maplewood, North St. Paul and Oakdale was won by a DFL candidate on Nov. 6, following a nationwide state house trend. 

 

Mon
12
Nov

Oakdale council shakes up, but mayor stays put

The Oakdale City Council had three of its four seats up for grabs this fall, and each will be filled by a new face. 

Mon
12
Nov

North St. Paul returns incumbent, former member to council

Furlong unopposed for mayor 

 

Mon
12
Nov

BULLETIN BOARD: Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Maplewood & Ramsey Co. Review - November 12, 2018

Hill-Murray theater presents Broadway musical Newsies

Mon
12
Nov

Tartan football wins first section title in school history

In 1971, a school on the corner of 10th Street and Greenway Avenue in Oakdale was created because of growth in the community. 

Mon
12
Nov

New Brighton Winter Market back for 3rd straight year


Paintings — as well as locally made prints — will be on display and available for purchase.

The sprawling New Brighton Farmers’ Market soaking up the summer sun in the parking lot of United Theological Seminary on Fifth Street has quickly become a fresh food tradition. 

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