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Development ‘pioneer’ given tentative rights to Payne Avenue lot


The lot at 848 Payne Ave. has been vacant for about 10 years. Schafer Richardson, a seasoned Twin Cities development company, has been given tentative developing rights to the property. courtesy of Google Maps

Development of the empty lot between Ward 6 restaurant and Kendall’s Ace Hardware store, at 848 Payne Ave., is moving along. 

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Castile family settles with St. Anthony for nearly $3 million

Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile family announced a cash settlement.

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St. Paul Hiking Club - July, 2017

The St. Paul Hiking Club announces these July hikes:

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East Side Review - Police Reports • June 8 - June 14, 2017

Thursday, June 8 — Wednesday, June 14 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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Events Featured in East Side Review - July 2, 2017

East Side Freedom Library

The East Side Freedom Library, located at 1105 Greenbrier St. has a variety of events going on this upcoming week. Here are a few of them:

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Last minute requests throw wrench into Inver Grove Heights development plans

An item that was supposed to be summarily approved turned into a lengthy discussion for the Inver Grove Heights City Council at its June 26 meeting.

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Metro State greenhouse receives $400,000 in state funding


Metropolitan State University’s greenhouse, located off Maria Avenue in Dayton’s Bluff, has received $400,000 towards renovating and expanding the space. This rendering shows how the greenhouse would look after the expansion and renovation. courtesy of Metropolitan State University

University looks to partner with community on urban agriculture
 

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Homeless veteran transition home going up off Minnehaha


Construction on a new transition house for homeless veterans and their families began June 26 with a groundbreaking ceremony. The plan is the finish the home in time for the fall Parade of Homes, which begins Sept. 9. courtesy of Builders Association of the Twin Cities Foundation

Home will help veterans and families get a leg up

 

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Falcon Heights break with St. Anthony PD imminent

Contract for police service still in place, for now

 

It’s a foregone conclusion that St. Anthony Village will not police Falcon Heights beyond the end of the year, if not yet official.

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