Tuesday, September 27, 2016
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Harriet Alexander Nature Center held its 13th annual Wild Rice Festival in Roseville on Sept. 17. Wild ricing presentations showed the traditional techniques of wild rice collecting and folks from the Pow Wow Grounds cafe served fry bread. + continue reading

A June 7 story in City Pages detailing the findings of a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection of Har Mar Pet Shop prompted the Roseville City Council to look into regulating pet stores. The inspectors reportedly found hamsters missing eyes, sick puppies and a dead baby hedgehog in a cage.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
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  Issues from USDA inspection at Har Mar Pet Shop start discussion Har Mar Pet Shop came under scrutiny earlier this year when the U.S. Department of Agriculture released results of an inspection of the well-known stop at the Roseville mall. The inspection reportedly turned up sick... + continue reading

Kmart is closing more stores, including the one located in Signal Hills, 50 Signal Hills Center. It will be shuttering its doors by the middle of December.
Sunday, September 25, 2016
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Employees of the West St. Paul Big Kmart learned last week that their store, which had survived other rounds of Kmart closings, was not so lucky this time.  Parent company Sears Holdings Corp. announced the Signal Hills store is among 64 Kmarts nationwide that are closing down this fall... + continue reading
Sunday, September 25, 2016
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West St. Paul held a Family Fun Day at Harmon Park on Sept. 17 where kids and families got to see and climb on and into cool vehicles like a squad car. Metro Police officer Scharber and his K9 dog, Rusty, greeted families during West St. Paul’s Family Fun Day at Harmon Park on Sept. 17. + continue reading

This is a possible layout for how a weeHouse cluster may look in the vacant lot along Maryland Avenue near the intersection of Payne Avenue. However, the project is in the very early stages of planning.
Sunday, September 25, 2016
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The development will be made up of weeHouses A unique housing option — a weeHouse cluster — is being discussed for the East Side.  A weeHouse is similar to a “tiny home” design, but much more substantial. It is the creation of architects at Alchemy Architects, a Twin Cities-based... + continue reading

A June 7 story in City Pages detailing the findings of a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection of Har Mar Pet Shop prompted the Roseville City Council to look into regulating pet stores. The inspectors reportedly found hamsters missing eyes, sick puppies and a dead baby hedgehog in a cage.

Kmart is closing more stores, including the one located in Signal Hills, 50 Signal Hills Center. It will be shuttering its doors by the middle of December.

This is a possible layout for how a weeHouse cluster may look in the vacant lot along Maryland Avenue near the intersection of Payne Avenue. However, the project is in the very early stages of planning.

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Tuesday, 09/27/16
Harriet Alexander Nature Center held its 13th annual Wild Rice Festival in Roseville on Sept. 17. Wild ricing presentations showed the traditional techniques of wild rice collecting and folks from the Pow Wow Grounds cafe served fry bread. + continue reading

A June 7 story in City Pages detailing the findings of a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection of Har Mar Pet Shop prompted the Roseville City Council to look into regulating pet stores. The inspectors reportedly found hamsters missing eyes, sick puppies and a dead baby hedgehog in a cage.
Tuesday, 09/27/16
  Issues from USDA inspection at Har Mar Pet Shop start discussion Har Mar Pet Shop came under scrutiny earlier this year when the U.S. Department of Agriculture released results of an inspection of the well-known stop at the Roseville mall. The inspection reportedly turned... + continue reading
Tuesday, 09/27/16
Killing of Castile prompts city event Roseville is holding an event called Imagine Roseville: Community, Policing and Race in Roseville, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4. City officials said the July killing of Philando Castile, who was shot by a police officer in Falcon Heights during... + continue reading
Tuesday, 09/27/16
Volunteering is good for you, so says Roseville resident Kathy Ramundt — so good in fact, that she set out to unite prospective volunteers with organizations that could use their help, creating a “win-win” situation for all. The Roseville Area Community Volunteer Fair, organized by... + continue reading
Tuesday, 09/27/16
City task force will focus on policing after killing of Castile Following a recent work session that ended early because of protests and a regular council meeting canceled because of ongoing disruption concerns, the special Falcon Heights City Council meeting Sept. 21 went relatively... + continue reading

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A June 7 story in City Pages detailing the findings of a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection of Har Mar Pet Shop prompted the Roseville City Council to look into regulating pet stores. The inspectors reportedly found hamsters missing eyes, sick puppies and a dead baby hedgehog in a cage.

East Side Review

Sunday, 09/25/16
Thursday, August 25 — Wednesday, August 31 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East... + continue reading

This is a possible layout for how a weeHouse cluster may look in the vacant lot along Maryland Avenue near the intersection of Payne Avenue. However, the project is in the very early stages of planning.
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Showing the interior of a previousl constructed weeHouse, the homes are constructed to be energy effecient in order to be low cost to maintain.
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The weeHouses can be prefabricated and delivered to a build site or they can be built on-site.
09/25/16 -

This graph shows the total St. Paul Capital Improvement Budget funding for the four East Side districts (in red), excluding citywide projects.
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St. Paul is split up into seven city council wards and 17 district councils. Capital Improvement Budget funding is allocated by district council and STAR funds are allocated by ward.
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The study also looked at the tax base available to various district councils compared to the Capital Improvement Budget investment they receive.
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The study also evaluated the amount of Capital Improvement Budget funding spent per person in each district council. While the East Side makes up about 33 percent of St. Paul’s population, it received about 19 percent of Capital Improvement Budget funding in this time period.
09/25/16 -

South West Review

Sunday, 09/25/16
Group hopes birds will no longer be afoul of suburb’s ordinances It’s a trend that many surrounding communities are embracing: raising urban chickens.  On Tuesday, Sept. 20, the Mendota... + continue reading

Kmart is closing more stores, including the one located in Signal Hills, 50 Signal Hills Center. It will be shuttering its doors by the middle of December.
09/25/16

This graphic shows the proposed levy impact on various home prices throughout Mendota Heights.
09/25/16

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 09/27/16
Harriet Alexander Nature Center held its 13th annual Wild Rice Festival in Roseville on Sept. 17. Wild ricing presentations showed the traditional techniques of wild rice collecting and folks from... + continue reading

A June 7 story in City Pages detailing the findings of a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection of Har Mar Pet Shop prompted the Roseville City Council to look into regulating pet stores. The inspectors reportedly found hamsters missing eyes, sick puppies and a dead baby hedgehog in a cage.
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Har Mar Pet Shop owner Gary Papineau told the Roseville City Council that many of the USDA inspection’s findings were “wait and see” issues. For instance, he said a female hedgehog abandoned its litter, resulting in the dead baby hedgehog found by the inspector. When an employee cleaned out the cage, he said the person failed to find the hedgehog, which got lost in bedding, because the babies are about the size of a nickel.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 09/21/16
North St. Paul’s Fall Round-Up parade planned for Sept. 15 was canceled only a couple short hours before the event. The cancelation was due to a heavy rain that had started in the afternoon and... + continue reading

Maplewood is weighing the merits of a contract with the YMCA to take over management of the Maplewood Community Center, located at 2100 White Bear Ave.
09/21/16

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Sammy Sarrack plays with the controls as grandpa Carmen Sarrack watches during Oakdale’s Touch-A-Truck. All kinds of vehicles were on display to climb aboard.
Wednesday, 09/21/16

Bulletin Area


Led by resident leader Antonia Alvarez, residents and their supporters march to raise awareness of their battle for their homes at the Lowry Grove manufactured housing community in St. Anthony.
09/21/2016
Residents of the Lowry Grove RV park, along with their supporters, took to the streets again, this time on Sept. 8 to raise awareness of their battle to keep their mobile homes where they are. Two... + continue reading
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