St. Anthony Bulletin News

Wed
22
Nov

St. Anthony council will fill open seat by appointment

The St. Anthony City Council directed City Manager Mark Casey to draw up an application for the council’s  vacant seat at its Nov. 14 meeting. 

Wed
22
Nov

$1.4 million Mirror Lake improvements should finish this winter


courtesy of Rice Creek Watershed District • St. Anthony’s Mirror Lake will be new and improved after this winter, with greater flood capacity to better contain water and pollutants, as well as a re-made shoreline.

Mirror Lake is man made, constructed in 1962 to provide flood protection and to store water. 

Wed
22
Nov

For now, Lowry Grove developer says he won’t sue St. Anthony

At the moment, Brad Hoyt is not planning to sue the City of St. Anthony. 

Mon
13
Nov

St. Anthony City Council incumbents hold seats in tight race

ELECTION 2017


Challenger calls for recount

 

Mon
13
Nov

St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board unchanged after election

The St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board race was for three open seats. 

The race began with five candidates filing for the election — three of those five were incumbents. 

Mon
30
Oct

St. Anthony City Council candidates talk racial equity at forum

“Describe what you, personally, have done to advance racial equity in St. Anthony Village,” and do it in two minutes. 

Mon
23
Oct

St. Anthony council candidates consider Castile shooting, Lowry Grove

ELECTION 2017


Philando Castile was killed by a St. Anthony Village police officer on July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights.

Mon
23
Oct

St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board candidates name achievement gap, hiring new superintendent as top challenges

ELECTION 2017


Four candidates vy for three seats on board

Voters in the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District will soon have the chance to elect three people to the school board.

Mon
23
Oct

Lowry Grove may reopen as manufactured housing


A sign hanging at the entrance to the Lowry Grove property as seen Oct. 19 indicates ownership is now taking reservations for folks to move their mobile homes back onto the site. Brad Hoyt, president of the Village LLC, which owns the site, said the land, which was slated for redevelopment until the St. Anthony City Council rejected the site plan, will likely become a manufactured housing community once again. Jesse Poole

The owner of the land once home to Lowry Grove, a manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village, announced Oct. 13 that the property may very well be made back into a mobile home park.

Mon
16
Oct

Lowry Grove redevelopment proposal rejected by St. Anthony


A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image

The St. Anthony City Council unanimously voted to reject a re-worked proposal for the redevelopment of the Lowry Grove property, despite the owner’s efforts to address concerns from residents.

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