December 2017

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Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Oakdale is accepting holiday light strings to be recycled


submitted photo • Oakdale City Hall is collecting holiday light strings, electrical cords, phone cords and appliance cords to be recycled.

ProAct, a nonprofit serving people with disabilities, is kicking off its holiday lights recycling effort.

Fri
22
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Stillwater Foundation makes grants for the holidays


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

The Stillwater Area Foundation has made four recent grants to local programs, ranging from strengthening chemical health programs to water quality to healthy eating. 

Fri
22
Dec

Sky Zone celebrates new attractions


Kristie Shafer/Review

Sky Zone held a grand reopening event on Dec. 14 featuring a balloon artist, face painting, prizes and cake. The Oakdale Area Chamber of Commerce joined the festivities for a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Fri
22
Dec

BULLETIN BOARD: Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Maplewood & Ramsey Co. Review - December 18, 2017

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Wed
20
Dec

SNAPSHOTS: A year in review, Bulletin / Roseville

National headlines, local issues and the eclipse - in 2017, the Roseville Review and Bulletin areas were the subject of national headlines.

Wed
20
Dec

Bulletin / Roseville: A year in review

National headlines, local issues and the eclipse.

In 2017, the Roseville Review and Bulletin areas were the subject of national headlines.

Wed
20
Dec

St. Anthony council appoints Randle to fill vacant seat


Solomon Gustavo • Thomas Randle was sworn in as a St. Anthony City Council member by Mayor Jerry Faust after being appointed Dec. 12. He fills a seat that had been vacant since August.

The St. Anthony City Council seat that was vacant since Bonnie Brever’s resignation in August has been filled by Thomas Randle. 

Randle will serve the rest of Brever’s term, which expires at the end of 2019.

Wed
20
Dec

Shoreview Library honored with architecture award


file photo • The light-filled and spacious new Ramsey County Library-Shoreview opened its doors Jan. 28. Now it’s award-winning, recognized by the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

The new $15.8 million Ramsey County Library-Shoreview has been recognized for its architectural design by the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Architects. 

Wed
20
Dec

New Brighton city elections moved from odd to even years, again

The New Brighton City Council at its Dec. 12 meeting voted to change the year of the city’s elections from odd to even years, again. 

If the ordinance holds, 2019 municipal elections are canceled and moved to 2020.

Wed
20
Dec

LETTERS: Why Bauman lost my family’s votes

To the Editor:

New Brighton City Council member Gina Bauman said “I don’t think privilege has a color,” and that she did not grow up privileged or wealthy.

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