About 98 percent of Roseville residents believe the quality of life in the city is “excellent” or “good,” putting Roseville in the top 25 percent of metro-area cities. Residents’ most serious concerns? High taxes and rising crime.
(dashcam photo courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
Council met in closed session June 18 to discuss case
One of the Roseville police officers named as a defendant in a police brutality lawsuit has filed a response to the case, denying the alleged abuse.
The Roseville Police Department is notifying residents that there have been coyote sightings in our City. While basically harmless to humans, coyotes are wild animals and caution should be employed in the case of a possible encounter.
The home at 311 County Road B West, pictured here in 1997, is one of the homes listed on the Roseville Historical Society’s Heritage Trail. The house is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, houses in Roseville. (photo courtesy of the Roseville Historical Society)
Today, the home and its outbuildings are in much worse shape than they once were. Shown here in April before the owner cleaned up the property, a trailer sat in the front yard and piles of junk were littered across the site. (photo courtesy of the Roseville Historical Society)
A fallen tree crushed one of the outbuildings and has not yet been removed, as shown here in April 2014. (photo courtesy of the Roseville Historical Society)
Many people recognize the iconic windmill that’s visible from the road. At one time, it brought water to the home. A well still exists on the property. (photo courtesy of the Roseville Historical Society)
The 3 1/3-acre property at 311 County Road B West could soon become the site of a new housing development, pending approval from city council. (submitted graphic)
Developer looks to purchase property for housing units
Those who frequently pass the corner property at 311 County Road B West in Roseville have likely watched the vintage red brick house crumble, the iconic metal windmill rust and the well-hidden outbuildings succumb to overgrowth over the years.
Most of the cities that make up the North Suburban Cable Commission - eight out of 10, to be exact - have spoken on the question of whether or not to preliminarily accept Comcast’s formal cable franchise proposal and, in line with a commission rec