East Side Review

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South St. Paul sets bonding priorities

On June 19, the South St. Paul City Council unanimously approved a resolution to send the state its bonding requests. 

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26
Jun

Neighbors helping future neighbors


The Miller boys, age 12, came with their mom and dad to help with the cleanup. They spent the morning of June 17 staining the fence at the back of the property. Hannah Burlingame/review photos

West St. Paul residents help clean up former ‘problem house’

 

What was once considered a nuisance house is getting a chance for a fresh start.  

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26
Jun

Dayton’s Bluff arts community awarded $100,000 NEA grant

Collective seeks art and culture addendum to city’s comprehensive plan

 

The Dayton’s Bluff community has been awarded a $100,000 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town grant.

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19
Jun

Events Featured in East Side Review June 18, 2017

East Side Freedom Library

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

Mon
19
Jun

Smaller homes trying to be big on the East Side


A new development, a tiny home community called The East Yard, will be located at 627 Bush Ave., on a strip of land between Bush Avenue and the railroad tracks in the Railroad Island neighborhood. Marjorie Otto/Review

The East Side appears to be a popular spot for small-to-tiny home developments.

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19
Jun

East Side Review police reports • May 25 - May 31

Thursday, May 25 — Wednesday, May 31 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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19
Jun

Free summer meals at local schools

Local area schools are particitpating in the he Minnesota Department of Education’s Summer Food Service Program.  Meals will be provided to all children, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability, at no charge and mee

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19
Jun

Tuskegee Airman’s legacy lives on at Farnsworth Aerospace


After hearing about the Col. Kenneth Wofford mural at Farnsworth Upper Campus, LaVone Kay, center, from the CAF Red Tail Squadron, contacted upper campus Principal Hamilton Bell, left, about donating Wofford’s uniform to be on display at the school. Keith Baker, right, was a family friend of Wofford’s and took care of the uniform after the Wofford family donated it to the CAF Red Tail Squadron. Wofford was a Tuskegee Airman who flew missions in the Korean and Vietnam wars; in his post-U.S. Airforce life he visited Farnsworth many times and interacted with students. Marjorie Otto/Review

Uniform donated to honor late pilot

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19
Jun

Mendota Heights approves land use change to make way for new apartments


While plans are in the early stages, construction of a new apartment complex on the site of the former Larson Garden Center and Mendota Motel could begin in August. It is proposed to be constructed in two phases, with the second phase beginning mid-summer to fall of 2018.

Mendota Heights is clearing the way for plans to build a new apartment complex along Highway 13.

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30
May

‘He’s an amazing dog’


Volunteers from Pentair, Urban Roots and City Academy planted some 60 fruit trees May 9, creating an orchard at the Village on Rivoli housing development. The orchard was paid for with a $50,000 grant from the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee.

West St. Paul animal hospital donates police vest

 

On May 22, Doc Stanley walked into the West St. Paul City Council chambers proudly wearing his new police vest. 

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