October 2017

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Signs, signs, Roseville’s getting new street signs

Roseville is currently replacing its street signs — 1,250 out the city’s 1,600 street-marking signs will be swapped out for new and brighter signage in the coming months.

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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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Oct

New Brighton council candidates talk it out at forum

For a race that nearly wasn’t, New Brighton’s city elections are fairly stacked. Six candidates are running for two city council seats and one candidate is challenging incumbent Mayor Val Johnson.

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Oct

SNAPSHOT: Fall from above


Matt Davies flew a drone Oct. 8 over Acorn Park in Roseville and caught one of the first trees to fully embrace autumn.

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (photo courtesy of Matt Davies)

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Oct

Falcon Heights adds more permitting to deter student parking


Listening to resident feedback, the Falcon Heights City Council voted Oct. 11 to expand permit parking in the Falcon Woods neighborhood to include all of Moore Street. University of Minnesota students often park in the neighborhood, which is a short walk or bike ride from the St. Paul campus. courtesy of City of Falcon Heights

Just prior to the Falcon Heights City Council’s Oct. 11 approval of expanded permit parking in more, but not all of the Falcon Woods neighborhood, council member Pamela Harris made a prediction.

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Oct

LETTER: Help keep New Brighton’s water safe; vote Graeme Allen

To the Editor

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Oct

LETTER: New Brighton: ‘We can get relief through our votes’

To the Editor:

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Oct

LETTER: The time has come — it’s overdue — for Roseville schools upgrades

To the Editor:

I am writing in support of the Roseville schools building bond referendum, on the ballot on Nov. 7.  I will vote “yes” and encourage my fellow Roseville residents to do the same.  

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Oct

LETTER: Support for District 623 schools from western Maplewood

To the Editor:

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Oct

LETTER: O’Meara has the education and experience for MV school board

To the Editor:

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