The Highway 36 bridge over Lexington Avenue as seen the week before westbound traffic was routed onto the bridge. The bridge replacement project should be complete by the end of fall.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Drivers on Highway 36 through Roseville may have recently noticed fewer bypasses on their trips through the city — the westbound lanes of traffic on the highway are now using a newly built bridge over Lexington Avenue. The Minnesota Department of Transportation bypassed traffic around the former... + continue reading

Falcon Heights and 21 other metro area cities have subscribed to solar gardens in order to offset city government energy costs and to utilize clean energy. Falcon Heights already utilizes solar energy — there are more than 220 solar panels on City Hall’s roof, as seen with Mayor Peter Lindstrom.
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Cities look for savings, use of clean energy Falcon Heights City Hall has solar panels on its roof and in the past couple of years the city changed its code to make it easier for residents to install solar. Now, the suburb, along with 21 other cities, has bought a subscription to planned... + continue reading

The vacant lots in the 400 block of Whitall Street, marked with a star, are located just up the hill from the HealthPartners medical complex (light purple) along Phalen Boulevard. (courtesy of the St. Paul Zoning Committee)
Sunday, August 28, 2016
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The rezoning application for 419 Whitall St. was approved unanimously by the St. Paul Planning Commission on Aug. 19 and awaits final approval by the St. Paul City Council. This comes after a somewhat tense Payne-Phalen Community Planning and Economic Development committee meeting on Aug. 3... + continue reading

The modern view of the corner of Payne Avenue and York Street, facing south, with 900 Payne on the left side. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Sunday, August 28, 2016
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As new businesses begin occupying storefronts along Payne Avenue, many building owners are discovering that careful considerations must be made regarding the historic character of the avenue’s historic commercial corridor.  Those involved at 900 Payne Ave., the future home of Caydence... + continue reading
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On Aug. 6, Urban Oasis hosted a community meal as a way to wrap up the Edible Streetscape project. The meal consisted of wild rice salad bean thread noodle salad, stewed black beans, braised collards, African berbere chicken and coconut rice pudding. The recipes were based off some of the many... + continue reading

The Highway 36 bridge over Lexington Avenue as seen the week before westbound traffic was routed onto the bridge. The bridge replacement project should be complete by the end of fall.

Falcon Heights and 21 other metro area cities have subscribed to solar gardens in order to offset city government energy costs and to utilize clean energy. Falcon Heights already utilizes solar energy — there are more than 220 solar panels on City Hall’s roof, as seen with Mayor Peter Lindstrom.

The vacant lots in the 400 block of Whitall Street, marked with a star, are located just up the hill from the HealthPartners medical complex (light purple) along Phalen Boulevard. (courtesy of the St. Paul Zoning Committee)

The modern view of the corner of Payne Avenue and York Street, facing south, with 900 Payne on the left side. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

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Falcon Heights and 21 other metro area cities have subscribed to solar gardens in order to offset city government energy costs and to utilize clean energy. Falcon Heights already utilizes solar energy — there are more than 220 solar panels on City Hall’s roof, as seen with Mayor Peter Lindstrom.
Tuesday, 08/30/16
Cities look for savings, use of clean energy Falcon Heights City Hall has solar panels on its roof and in the past couple of years the city changed its code to make it easier for residents to install solar. Now, the suburb, along with 21 other cities, has bought a subscription to... + continue reading

The Highway 36 bridge over Lexington Avenue as seen the week before westbound traffic was routed onto the bridge. The bridge replacement project should be complete by the end of fall.
Tuesday, 08/30/16
Drivers on Highway 36 through Roseville may have recently noticed fewer bypasses on their trips through the city — the westbound lanes of traffic on the highway are now using a newly built bridge over Lexington Avenue. The Minnesota Department of Transportation bypassed traffic around... + continue reading
Sunday, 08/28/16
On Aug. 6, Urban Oasis hosted a community meal as a way to wrap up the Edible Streetscape project. The meal consisted of wild rice salad bean thread noodle salad, stewed black beans, braised collards, African berbere chicken and coconut rice pudding. The recipes were based off some... + continue reading

The modern view of the corner of Payne Avenue and York Street, facing south, with 900 Payne on the left side. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Sunday, 08/28/16
As new businesses begin occupying storefronts along Payne Avenue, many building owners are discovering that careful considerations must be made regarding the historic character of the avenue’s historic commercial corridor.  Those involved at 900 Payne Ave., the future home of... + continue reading

The vacant lots in the 400 block of Whitall Street, marked with a star, are located just up the hill from the HealthPartners medical complex (light purple) along Phalen Boulevard. (courtesy of the St. Paul Zoning Committee)
Sunday, 08/28/16
The rezoning application for 419 Whitall St. was approved unanimously by the St. Paul Planning Commission on Aug. 19 and awaits final approval by the St. Paul City Council. This comes after a somewhat tense Payne-Phalen Community Planning and Economic Development committee meeting on... + continue reading

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Sunday, 08/28/16
Thursday, July 28 — Wednesday, August 3 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

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Isabella MCauley of Inver Grove Heights beams as she holds the state girls Junior PGA Warrior Cup trophy, which she won in a three-way playoff.
Sunday, 08/28/16
Isabella McCauley of Inver Grove Heights is a winner of the 2016 Minnesota Junior PGA Warrior Cup presented by Valspar.  This was an invitation only event at Pebble Creek Golf Club for... + continue reading

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Falcon Heights and 21 other metro area cities have subscribed to solar gardens in order to offset city government energy costs and to utilize clean energy. Falcon Heights already utilizes solar energy — there are more than 220 solar panels on City Hall’s roof, as seen with Mayor Peter Lindstrom.
Tuesday, 08/30/16
Cities look for savings, use of clean energy Falcon Heights City Hall has solar panels on its roof and in the past couple of years the city changed its code to make it easier for residents to... + continue reading

The Highway 36 bridge over Lexington Avenue as seen the week before westbound traffic was routed onto the bridge. The bridge replacement project should be complete by the end of fall.
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The Highway 36 ramps at Hamline Avenue will be repaired and resurfaced as a part of the bridge project.
08/30/16 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 08/24/16
City council members joined the owners Susanna and Ilya Gorodisher for a ribbon cutting of their downtown North St. Paul ice cream and chocolate business. The LUV Ice Cream Café offers scoops of ice... + continue reading

The Gateway Gold Line BRT Policy Advisory Committee members reviewed new route options in Oakdale and Woodbury at their August 18 meeting. A decision on the preferred route is expected this fall after a robust community engagement process.
08/24/16

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 08/24/16
City council members joined the owners Susanna and Ilya Gorodisher for a ribbon cutting of their downtown North St. Paul ice cream and chocolate business. The LUV Ice Cream Café offers scoops of ice... + continue reading

The Gateway Gold Line BRT Policy Advisory Committee members reviewed new route options in Oakdale and Woodbury at their August 18 meeting. A decision on the preferred route is expected this fall after a robust community engagement process.
08/24/16 -

Bulletin Area

08/24/2016
Candidate filing for municipal elections in cities without primaries closed Aug. 16. The following is a rundown of the candidates in the Bulletin area that voters can expect to see on their Nov. 8... + continue reading

Shoreview city council members agree that the city’s two websites need upgrading, and especially optimization for mobile devices. A screenshot of the City Hall website as viewed on a computer. Some future updates could change the drop-down menu format and other details.
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A screenshot shows how an iPhone displays Shoreview’s City Hall website. Though it’s different from how a desktop computer would display the home screen, it’s also not as easy to maneuver as it could be, according to council members and city staff.
08/24/2016

Before you make it to the Midway at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, security staff at the gates will check bags, purses, coolers and packages as a part of new security measures for 2016.
08/21/2016

Protesters began to gather at the entrance to the community center in St. Anthony Village around 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19. The organizing group -- Justice Occupation for Philando -- said it would wrap up the protest around 4:30 p.m. so that participants could join a protest against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who was scheduled to make a fundraising stop in Minneapolis that evening. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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Alex Cardenas of Mounds View silently holds a sign Aug. 19 in protest of Jeronimo Yanez returning to work as a St. Anthony police officer following the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Philando Castille during a traffic stop last month. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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Dane McLain of Minneapolis joins a group protesting officer Jeronimo Yanez's return to work at the St. Anthony Village Community Center. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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One protester approaches a man videoing protesters on his iPad. The recording had been going on for nearly an hour without an obvious end in sight. Through a heated conversation, the man in the car, at first reluctant to talk, eventually indicated that he was recording the protest with intentions to upload it to YouTube or to provide it to RT (Russia Today) news site. The protester, who happened to have some Russian language skills, used them to converse with the motorist. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
08/19/2016
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