Aundrea Kinney

Aundrea Kinney can be reached at akinney@lillienews.com or at 651-748-7822.

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Oct

North St. Paul sets preliminary tax levy

Some homeowners could see a $110 increase in annual city taxes

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15
Oct

Lake Elmo working to avoid future tax spikes

City council plans for modest tax bump

In Lake Elmo, median-valued properties are worth $397,000 and are expected to see a $52.97 increase in their 2019 property taxes compared to this year. 

Mon
15
Oct

Oakdale strives for an unchanged tax rate in 2019

The Oakdale City Council unanimously passed its preliminary 2019 tax levy at its Sept. 11 meeting.

The preliminary tax levy establishes the maximum amount the city can levy in 2019, though the city still has time to reduce it.

Mon
15
Oct

Maplewood sets preliminary tax levy with 3 percent increase

On Sept. 10, the Maplewood City Council passed a $22.1 million preliminary 2019 property tax levy, which represents a 3 percent increase over the 2018 final tax levy.

Mon
08
Oct

Forum highlights differences between District 43B candidates


Minnesota House District 43B candidates Leon Lillie and Rachael Bucholz participated in a candidate forum Sept. 4, hosted by the Roseville Area League of Women Voters. submitted photo

The Roseville Area League of Women Voters held a candidate forum Sept 4 for the candidates running for the Minnesota House District 43B seat.

Mon
08
Oct

Former Review staffer publishes ‘heady’ history book


“Twin Cities Beer: A Heady History,” is a new book that details the area’s rich history of commercial brewing from the mid-1800s to present day. submitted photo

Scott Carlson

Mon
08
Oct

SNAPSHOT: Fun at the Fall Round-Up Parade

North St. Paul celebrated the beginning of the fall season with its Fall Round-Up Parade Sept. 14, which made its way through the city’s downtown. One of the groups included the St. Paul Clown Club, seen above.

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01
Oct

North St. Paul gets ready to welcome the fall


Many familiar favorites marched, pedaled and drove down Seventh Avenue for the 2017 Fall Round-Up Parade in North St. Paul, including the United Marching Band, made up of students from School District 622. file photo

With Labor Day, the Minnesota State Fair and the first day of school all behind us, Minnesota has turned the corner toward autumn and its brightly colored leaves, pumpkin spice everything, and North St. Paul’s Fall Round-Up Parade. 

Mon
01
Oct

School spirit abounds as cheerleading returns to North


For the first time in 18 years, North High School has a cheerleading team for football season. The cheerleaders first performed at the season’s opening game Aug. 30, and thanks to their early success, they were offered opportunities to perform at the Minnesota State Fair and North St. Paul’s Fall Round-Up Parade. submitted photo

The beginning of another school year brings new school supplies, new classes and new schedules, and sometimes, a new cheerleading team.

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01
Oct

SNAPSHOTS: A night to remember

North St. Paul’s annual Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Candle Light Remembrance Walk was held Sept. 6, with community members marching from Arthur O. Haukland VFW Post 1350 to North St.

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