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Tue
26
Sep

New Brighton submits $1.9 million offer to buy Korean church property


New Brighton has submitted a $1.9 million offer to purchase the property at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, the site of the Korean United Methodist Church, which is no longer in use. Once the sale goes through, the city said it will likely redevelopment the land for residential purposes, though it has not yet made a final decision. Jesse Poole

New Brighton is aiming to make an investment by acquiring a plot of land just blocks from City Hall and its public safety facility. 

Tue
26
Sep

Roseville council seeks public input on pigs and goats, trapping


The Roseville City Council discussed various animal-related issues at its Sept. 18 work session.

Tue
26
Sep

ISD 282 voters approve $14 million bond referendum

(This story was corrected/updated on October 2, 2017)

Residents within the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District recently approved a $14 million question. 

Tue
26
Sep

Federal review of St. Anthony police in question after DOJ announces changes


The U.S. Department of Justice has made “significant changes” to one of its programs. It’s a move that could directly affect St. Anthony Village.

Tue
26
Sep

St. Paul-born billionaire speaks at Roseville Area Optimist Club


Old Central High School classmates Don Salverda and Denny Sanford met up at the Roseville Area Optimist Club where Salverda arranged for Sanford to speak recently. Pamela O’Meara

The white-haired, personable, billionaire philanthropist T.

Mon
25
Sep

Roseville police investigating fatal shooting outside apartment building

Roseville police are investigating the killing of a 35-year-old man who was found shot outside an apartment complex Sept. 23.

Fri
22
Sep

Harvest Festival medallion found in Swede Hollow Park


From left to right, Harvest Festival medallion hunt clue-writer Ed Brodie, and medallion hunting team Matt Koskie, Skylar and Steven Sanfter, were recognized at the Harvest Festival kick-off dinner on Sept. 20. Koskie and Sanfter found the medallion in Swede Hollow Park on Sept. 17. Marjorie Otto/Review

First year of medallion hunt is a success.

 

For Matt Koskie and Steven Sanfter, the Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival medallion was their tenth medallion find this summer.

Fri
22
Sep

Traffic study ordered for busy Mendota Heights corridor


The Mendota Heights City Council will look at the cost of conducting two more traffic studies on Lake Drive and Delaware Avenue, in addition to a traffic study on Dodd Road that’s already approved. courtesy of Google Maps

On Sept. 19, the Mendota Heights City Council approved an agreement with KLJ Engineering for a traffic study of Dodd Road.

Fri
22
Sep

$2,500 stolen from Arcade-Phalen American Legion


The man seen in security footage from the Arcade-Phalen American Legion is suspected of stealing $2,500 from the establishment on Sept. 19. courtesy of Arcade-Phalen American Legion

A man apparently stole $2,500 from the Arcade-Phalen American Legion using a ruse to simply walk out of the veterans association with the cash.

Fri
22
Sep

Old Swedish Bank Building is up for sale


The building at 965 Payne Ave., known locally as the Old Swedish Bank Building, is up for sale. The current owner, East Side Neighborhood Development Company, is looking to get out of the business of being a building owner to focus more on East Side development projects. courtesy of Google Maps Street View

For fans of the historic Old Swedish Bank Building, now is your chance to own it. 

The 965 Payne Ave. building is on sale for $629,900.

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