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Tue
22
Oct

Developers present proposals for Dale Street Fire Station


The Roseville HRA heard proposals from three developers seeking to purchase and develop the three-acre Dale Street Fire Station site. (submitted photo)

Three developers interested in purchasing and developing land at the site of the old Dale Street Fire Station outlined their proposals to the Roseville Housing and Redevelopment Authority Oct. 15.
Representatives from the Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation, Sand Development LLC and CommonBond Communities met separately with the RHRA board to present each proposal for the three-acre parcel.

Tue
22
Oct

Q & A with Falcon Heights City Council candidates

The city of Falcon Heights will hold an election for two open city council seats this November.
Incumbents Keith Gosline and Pam Harris are in the running, as is challenger Michael Thomas.

Tue
22
Oct

Q & A with Roseville Area School Board candidates

Three seats are open on Roseville Area School Board this year.
Incumbent Kitty Gogins and challengers Mike Boguszewski, Mark Traynor and Frank Shaw are running for the spots on the board.
Voters will also be asked to approve a new eight-year operating levy for Roseville Area Schools this November. The new levy would generate $1,505 per student in the district. The current operating levy  expires on June 30, 2014.

Tue
22
Oct

Mounds View School Board seeks levy renewal

The Mounds View School Board unanimously approved a resolution to put a levy renewal referendum on the ballot in November.
The district has been receiving $11.5 million annually from a voter approved property tax levy, which began in 2006 and will expire at the end of 2014.

Mon
21
Oct

Crane operator dies on church project

A crane operator was fatally injured at the site of the St. Paul Hmong Alliance Church in Maplewood Monday.
Maplewood police and fire responders were called to the 1770 McMenemy St. site where the church is undergoing a major expansion just after noon Oct. 21. According to deputy police chief Dave Kvam, they found a crane tipped over onto its side and its operator badly injured.

Mon
21
Oct

Meet the 2013 St. Paul School Board candidates

In the Nov. 5 general election, five candidates will vie for three open St. Paul School Board slots, including two incumbents and three challengers.

Mon
21
Oct

WSP police highlight domestic violence awareness month


West St. Paul Police officers are wearing purple and white pins through October to spread the word about Domestic Violence Awareness Month. (submitted photo)

If you notice a police officer wearing a purple pin on his or her uniform this month, feel free to ask about it, but know beforehand it represents something far more important than a football team.

Mon
21
Oct

Mendota Heights Crown Point project raises assessment questions

As the cold weather creeps in and the heavy machinery falls silent for the winter, Mendota Heights is readying another round of bills for this summer’s street repairs.
In its Nov. 15 regular meeting, the Mendota Heights City Council approved the final assessment roll for street rehabilitation on Crown Point Drive, Crown Circle, and Crown Court as well as Overlook Road, Overlook Lane, Lilac Road and Summit Lane.

Mon
21
Oct

Execs break a sweat on the East Side


Jay Lund, CEO of Andersen Windows, center, feeds a piece of siding through a table saw on Monday, Oct. 14 at a Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity home on the 600 block of Whitall Street in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. (photos by Patrick Larkin/Review)

It’s not everyday that you can walk down lower Payne Avenue, turn off half a block, and run into thirty CEO’s wearing blue jeans and holding circular saws.
But that was the scene on Monday on the 600 block of Whitall Street where the leaders of companies like Cargill, Andersen Windows, Allianz Life Insurance Company, and Bremer Bank spent the day fitting siding onto a Habitat for Humanity town home.

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