Newsbriefs - South-West Review

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23
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Oheyawahe/Pilot Knob Historic Landscape Plan

Historic Pilot Knob is the portion of Oheyawahe “the hill much visited” that is owned by the City of Mendota Heights. Great River Greening was hired to restore Historic Pilot Knob’s vegetation to oak savanna.

Sun
23
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: South St. Paul city board/advisory commission members needed

South St. Paul is looking for residents to apply for the following commission and board seats by Jan. 28:

Airport Advisory Commission

Central Square Board

Charter Commission

Economic Development Advisory Board 

Sun
23
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Second Annual Inver Grove Heights Police Department Community Safety Survey

The Inver Grove Heights Police Department is conducting its Second Annual Community Safety Survey to collect important feedback about crime, traffic, and quality-of-life issues.

Sun
23
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Apply for Mendota Heights commission vacancies

Mendota Heights is accepting applications to fill commission vacancies.

Sun
23
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Apply for open West St. Paul council seat

On Jan. 2, West St. Paul City councilmember Dave Napier is scheduled to be sworn in as mayor. Upon assuming his new role, the city council will declare a vacant Ward 3 city council seat.

Mon
17
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Apply for Mendota Heights commission vacancies

Mendota Heights is accepting applications to fill commission vacancies.

Mon
10
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: City board/advisory commission members needed

One of the highest ideals of citizenship is personal involvement in the democratic process. City commissions provide various opportunities for citizen participation in issues concerning the community and its residents.

Mon
10
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Dakota County Public Health offers immunization clinics

Residents who are uninsured or whose insurance does not cover vaccines can receive immunizations at upcoming Dakota County Public Health immunization clinics.

Mon
10
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Prevent thefts while shopping

The weeks around the holidays are one of the busiest shopping times of the year. It’s also a time that thieves and pickpockets are on the lookout for distracted shoppers.

Mon
03
Dec

NEWSBRIEF: Holiday Light drop-off locations

Now in its fifth season, ProAct, a nonprofit serving people with disabilities, continues the “Holiday Lights Recycling” effort in conjunction with several cities in a wide metro area.

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