Hannah Burlingame

 Hannah Burlingame can be reached at staffwriter@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.

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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.

Mon
20
Aug

Final round of South-West candidate filing is closed

Just prior to the primary polls closing Aug. 14, candidate filing for races that do not hold primaries came to an end.

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

SNAPSHOT: Welcome to the neighborhood

Five-year-old Alayna got to take over the driver’s seat when the South Metro Fire Department stopped by her South St. Paul block party. Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

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. 

Mon
13
Aug

Mendota Heights starts looking at future road projects

The Mendota Heights City Council on Aug. 6 unanimously approved moving forward with a feasibility report for two road projects identified as part of the city’s 2019-2023 Capital Improvement Plan.

Mon
13
Aug

Mendota Heights hit by new ‘secret’-spilling scam


courtesy of Mendota Heights Police Department • A scheme targeting mostly men has reached Mendota Heights, according to police. Be on the look out for letters like this in your mailbox, stating someone will spill your “secret” if you don’t pay them in bitcoin. Such letters can be ignored — they’re a scam.

Over the past few weeks, residents of Mendota Heights have been getting suspicious messages in the mail or by email. Police Chief Kelly McCarthy said this scam, while new to the city, is a pretty well-established one across the county.

Mon
06
Aug

‘Fallen but not forgotten’


Hannah Burlingame photo/Review • Members of the Mendota Heights Police Department and officers from other departments attended the unveiling of a memorial July 30 to remember their fallen brother Scott Patrick, who was killed in the line of duty.

Memorial revealed honoring late Mendota Heights officer

 

Mon
06
Aug

Proposed sales tax to be on November ballot in West St. Paul

Residents have the chance to vote on a potential new sales tax this November after the West St. Paul City Council put the question on the ballot July 23.

Mon
06
Aug

New West St. Paul group is working for more equitable city

A new volunteer group has formed in West St. Paul in response to controversies that took place earlier this year in the city. 

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