Inver Grove Heights

Mon
15
Oct

Inver Grove Heights candidates focus on expanding the tax base

In Inver Grove Heights, the three council incumbents whose terms are up at the end of the year are running this fall to hold onto their seats.  

Mon
15
Oct

State senator reports screw in tire

Thought to be for support of West St. Paul council candidate

 

State Sen. Matt Klein, the DFLer for District 52, posted Sept. 20 on his personal Facebook page that he found a screw in one of his car’s tires.

Mon
15
Oct

St. Paul teen to be tried as adult for Inver Grove Heights killing

Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom announced Sept. 24 that 17-year-old Trashaun Morris, from St.

Fri
12
Oct

St. Paul PD holds community mental health meeting

Event covered new Mental Health Unit

 

Fri
12
Oct

Second Harvest Fest medallion hunt a success

Treasure found under the Earl Street bridge

 

The second annual medallion hunt for the Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival may have been difficult for some, but not for those who knew East Side cinema history. 

Mon
01
Oct

Cities begin approving preliminary budgets


The Inver Grove Heights City Council opted to go with a higher preliminary tax rate of 6.25 percent to give itself wiggle room while reworking the city budget before it gives final approval to it in December. graphic courtesy City of Inver Grove Heights

South St. Paul and Inver Grove Heights both set increase cap

 

Budget season has hit the South-West coverage area, and two cities have set their preliminary budgets and levies.

Mon
01
Oct

Construction is next for new Inver Grove Heights fire station


The Inver Grove Heights City Council approved the final designs of a new $8.7 million fire station Aug. 6. On Sept. 10, a contractor was selected to build the station, which will be located at Highway 52/55 and Concord Boulevard. submitted graphic

Planning is complete for a new fire station in Inver Grove Heights. 

Mon
20
Aug

Inver Grove Heights delays splitting up city land


courtesy of City of Inver Grove Heights • The Inver Grove Heights City Council voted Aug. 13 to delay splitting up a portion of city-owned land, outlined in black, after residents raised concerns about the move. A plot that would have been created was to be purchased and used by AmericInn Hotel and Suites for a park and ride; the hotel currently has overflow parking at a nearby AMC Theatre.

The Inver Grove Heights City Council voted Aug. 13 to delay dividing up a piece of city-owned land along Highway 52, that would have been used as a hotel park and ride.

Wed
15
Aug

Incumbents survive primary to move onto November election

At the close of primary polling Aug. 14, incumbents in local city races came out on top and will be on the ballot in the general election in November.

Mon
13
Aug

Inver Grove Heights begins discussion about police body cameras

Inver Grove Heights became one of the latest cities on Aug. 6 to begin the conversation about using police-worn body cameras. 

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