Roseville-Little Canada Review

Fri
16
Aug

Roseville registration is as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

The city of Roseville has made registering for Roseville’s Parks and Recreation activities as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Thu
15
Aug

Pool supply vehicle leaks toxic chemical in St. Anthony

A driver of a pool supply vehicle called police at 9:50 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, when he noticed toxic pool cleaning chemicals leaking from the vehicle.
The driver spotted the chemical leak while in St. Anthony Village near 37th Avenue NE and Macalester Drive. He quickly called 911 to report the leak and parked the vehicle.
According to a police department press release, the vehicle traveled approximately six blocks while leaking the chemical before stopping at 37th Avenue and Highcrest Road in Roseville.

Thu
15
Aug

Falcon Heights Community Garden


Linda E. Andersen/Review

Lynne Bradbury harvested some flowers and produce from her plot in the Falcon Heights Community Garden on Aug. 10.

Tue
13
Aug

Lauderdale gathers for community festival

Residents of Lauderdale will once again gather for the summer festival that brings the community together.
The Day in the Park Festival is from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17, in Community Park, 1885 Fulham Street.
“It’s a great community building event,” Jim Bownik, assistant to the city administrator, said. “It’s an opportunity for Lauderdale residents to celebrate summer and talk with neighbors and have great time.”

Tue
13
Aug

Roseville high school welcomes new SLO

Officer Lacey BlizekOfficer Lacey Blizek will be starting duty as Roseville Area High School’s (RAHS) new school liaison officer (SLO) this fall. Blizek was hired to replace officer Maureen Sikorra, who recently retired from the Roseville Police Department.
She will patrol the school fulltime in her new role as SLO, looking out for the safety and security of the school’s 2,100 students and dozens of staff members.
According to the city, Blizek has worked as a patrol officer for the Roseville Police Department for more than eight years and has extensive training and experience in several areas, including blood alcohol testing operator (DWI offenses), suspect interview and search and seizure cases.

Tue
13
Aug

Roseville Area police reports Aug. 13, 2013

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville

Mon
12
Aug

Man who drowned in Roseville police chase identified

A Hennepin County medical examiner has identified the man who drowned in Farrell’s Lake after a police chase Saturday night as 37-year-old Andrew Paul Heim of Minneapolis.
According to a statement issued Monday from Roseville police, Heim fled police after being pulled over for a broken taillight at approximately 9:30 p.m. Aug. 10 near the intersection of Cleveland and Oakcrest avenues in Roseville.
Heim slowed initially but did not stop for the squad’s emergency flashing lights, leading Roseville police on a nearly 3-mile pursuit north on Cleveland. Heim was driving a 2002 BMW 530iA sedan without a rear license plate and was traveling north towards County Road E2, authorities stated.

Wed
07
Aug

Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park has grand reopening


Vadnais Heights Council member Jerry Auge releasing a rehabilitated hooded merganser from the Wildlife Rehabilitation center of Minnesota in Roseville. (submitted photo)

A ribbon cutting ceremony for the redeveloped Vadnais Lakes portion of Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park was held on Wednesday, July 24 from 5 to 6 p.m.
The ceremony included remarks from Vadnais Heights Mayor Marc Johannsen and the release of several rehabilitated hooded mergansers from the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Roseville.
The mayor, city council members and state legislators, also attended the ceremony held by Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman and the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation Department.

Tue
06
Aug

Puppy rescued in Little Canada

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Review police reports Aug. 6, 2013

Tue
06
Aug

Three city commission vacancies filled in Roseville

The Roseville City Council filled three vacancies on three city commissions at its Monday, July 22 council meeting.
Full-length terms for all city commissions are for three years, however, three commissioners vacated their appointments before they expired for various reasons, Roseville Communications Specialist Carolyn Curti said.
Council members and the chairperson for each respective commission interviewed candidates individually at City Hall on Monday, July 15.

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