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State leaders hit East Side Freedom Library to discuss budget


Marjorie Otto/ Review Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan came by the East Side Freedom Library March 8 to talk about their state budget proposal, specifically on how it will support indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan stopped by the East Side Freedom Library on March 8 to talk about their budget and how it will specifically impact indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Mon
18
Mar

Too many questions, not enough answers

Dakota County balks at taking on South St. Paul Library

 

 

Mon
18
Mar

West St. Paul mulls temporary no parking permits

The West St. Paul City Council on March 11 took a first step toward giving homeowners the ability to put short-term restrictions on parking in front of their homes. 

Mon
18
Mar

Ramsey County opts to end development relationship with Arden Hills

Ramsey County called for the dissolution of a joint powers agreement with Arden Hills, which could remove the city from development planning for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site.

Mon
18
Mar

Ramsey County supports Equal Rights Amendment

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution supporting the Equal Rights Amendment efforts happening at the state Capitol.

Mon
18
Mar

Let the work begin


courtesy of DARTS

Officials broke ground Feb. 27 for a new 172-unit senior apartment complex in West St. Paul.

Tue
12
Mar

Minnesota should restrict conversion ‘therapy’

I went through the destructive process, and many others will, too. The state would be right to join 15 others that have curbed it.

 

 

Mon
11
Mar

The new mayor in town


photos courtesy of Deb Griffith

There was a new mayor for the day on March 4 in South St. Paul.

Mon
11
Mar

Costs rising for Mendota Heights fire station remodel

Mendota Heights is trying to figure out how to keep work on track after receiving contract bids that were significantly more expensive than expected for its planned fire station remodel. 

Mon
11
Mar

Lower Payne to be resurfaced, bike lanes added


courtesy of City of St. Paul Lower Payne Avenue between Edgerton and East Seventh streets will be repaved and have bike lanes added this summer.

Plans include reconstructing Tedesco next year   

 

It’s time for Payne Avenue to get a fresh coat of tar, this summer. 

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