St. Anthony

Tue
13
Mar

U of M researchers studying Lowry Grove closure


file photo • The Lowry Grove manufactured housing park in St. Anthony was closed last year for redevelopment, displacing the hundreds of people who lived there. Now, a University of Minnesota researcher is working to document what happened to them.

University of Minnesota researchers are working on a study about the impact of the Lowry Grove manufactured housing park’s sale and closure on displaced residents.  

Mon
12
Mar

Latest Lowry Grove plan passes muster with St. Anthony Planning Commission


file photo • The latest iteration of redevelopment plans for the former Lowry Grove mobile home park site, which was emptied of residents last summer, will be presented to the St. Anthony City Council March 27 upon the recommendation of the city’s Planning Commission.

At its Feb. 26 meeting, the St. Anthony Planning Commission, which advises the St.

Tue
27
Feb

‘We must do better’


Solomon Gustavo • A St. Anthony resident and a St. Anthony police officer talk before the Feb. 22 open house on the Department of Justice’s review of the St. Anthony Police Department, at St. Anthony City Hall.

St. Anthony PD holds department review open house.

St. Anthony police Chief Jon Mangseth lead an open house introducing a department reform work plan at St. Anthony City Hall Feb. 22. 

Tue
16
Jan

Senator celebrates success at Wilshire Park

Sen. Amy Klobuchar visited St. Anthony’s Wilshire Park Elementary School on Jan. 5. Wilshire Park was one of eight Minnesota schools last year to receive the U.S.

Tue
16
Jan

ACLU information request covers St. Anthony Police Department

The national office of the American Civil Liberties Union filed Freedom of Information Act requests for information about the St. Anthony Police Department.

Tue
09
Jan

Nonprofit brings bikes to Jamaica

St. Anthony resident has delivered some 400 bikes, and counting.

 

One night in 2014, Jon Liesenfeld was at his friends house in Jamaica for dinner.

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
13
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Here to stay...

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (Mike Munzenrider

Mon
04
Dec

New Lowry Grove development planning presented at community meeting


Solomon Gustavo • A participant at the Nov. 27 Lowry Grove development open house at St. Anthony Village High School asks a question about affordable housing nonprofit orginization Aeon. St. Anthony City Council members Hal Gray and Jan Jenson stand and listen on.

The Village, LLC, which owns the Lowry Grove site, has regrouped since its development proposal was rejected by the St. Anthony City Council in October. 

Mon
04
Dec

St. Anthony lays out council seat appointment process

Election runner-up confirms she’ll apply

 

At its Nov. 14 meeting, the St. Anthony City Council decided to appoint a replacement to fill the council seat opened up by Bonnie Brever’s resignation in August. 

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