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GUEST OPINION: TCGIS

Posted on 13 January 2019

Twin Cities German Immersion School – a public school, committed to its students, teachers, and the Como neighborhood By Julie Alkatout and Dianne Bell, Board Members,  Twin Cities German Immersion School It is an exciting time for the Twin Cities German Immersion School (TCGIS), as we enter our 14th year as a public charter school […] Continue Reading

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Zoning Commission holds off vote on TCGIS expansion plans

Posted on 13 January 2019

Delay gives school and community time to reach agreements on parking, traffic, pedestrian safety, and sound issues By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Given the unresolved issues regarding parking, traffic and playground noise at the Twin Cities German Immersion School, the District 10 Board asked the St. Paul Zoning Commission to hold off on decisions that would […] Continue Reading

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NAACP opposes TCGIS expansion

Posted on 13 January 2019

By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN The NAACP opposes the proposed expansion of the Twin Cities German Immersion School. In a statement issued in December, the St. Paul NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) explained its reason for opposition: “We believe that it will exacerbate the racial and socioeconomic segregation in the St. Paul […] Continue Reading

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Street changes near Allianz Field please some, rile others

Posted on 13 January 2019

By JANE MCCLURE As Allianz Field is prepared for an April opening, neighborhood streets continue to change. A proposal to convert one block of Roy between Spruce Tree Dr. to Shields Ave. from one-way northbound to two-way status won a vote of support Jan. 2 from the Union Park District Council (UPDC), following a December […] Continue Reading

Emerald ash borer continues to ravish St. Paul budget

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Emerald ash borer continues to ravish St. Paul budget

Posted on 13 January 2019

By JANE MCCLURE The battle with emerald ash borer continues in 2019 in St. Paul and around the region. The city’s structured removal program starts this month, with a map and schedules to be released soon. But the pesky insects are moving through St. Paul neighborhoods faster than city forestry crews and dollars can keep […] Continue Reading

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Monitor In A Minute Jan. 2019

Posted on 13 January 2019

Compiled by JANE MCCLURE City losing patience over 694 N. Snelling building A lack of information about building plans, timelines, and finances has had city officials going back and forth with the owners of 694 N. Snelling Ave. The property owners Dec. 6 reached the end of a 180-day period to get needed building rehabilitation […] Continue Reading

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News from Como Park High School Jan. 2019

Posted on 13 January 2019

Compiled by ERIC ERICKSON, Social Studies Teacher • The Como Choirs presented an upbeat Pops Concert on Dec. 17 to an entertained audience in the Como Auditorium. The choirs also performed for young audiences on December 20 at Chelsea Heights, Hamline, and Como elementary schools. Many of the high school choir kids enjoy the experience […] Continue Reading

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Hamline Midway Coalition Jan. 2019

Posted on 13 January 2019

By MELISSA CORTES, Community Organizer Hamline Midway Coalition meets monthly on topics of development, transportation, and the environment. • The Transportation Committee meets the first Tuesday of each month. • The Development Committee meets the second Thursday of each month. • The Board of Directors meets the third Tuesday of each month. • The Environment […] Continue Reading

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Como Community Council Corner Jan. 2019

Posted on 13 January 2019

By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director The Como Community Council has selected Jonah Fields, Laura Flockencier, and Maggie Zimmerman as District 10’s 2019 additions to the Saint Paul Neighborhood Honor Roll. District 10’s honorees were among those nominated by neighborhood residents. A little bit about them, according to those who nominated them: • Jonah Fields is […] Continue Reading

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Hamline Elementary News Jan. 2019

Posted on 13 January 2019

By Jessica Kopp Student journalists Snelling Connection, a newspaper written by Hamline Elementary students with the support of Hamline University student mentors (photo right submitted), recently published its fall issue. With articles ranging from new staff profiles to Hamline’s new Animal Care Program, to the Fall Festival, it’s a kids-eye view of what’s happening and […] Continue Reading

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