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Traffic and Ped safety Jeremy Ellison

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Initiatives promote traffic and pedestrian safety in St. Paul

Posted on 08 April 2019

By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Starting Apr. 1, the St. Paul Police Department (SPPD) implemented their new 12-person Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Unit. According to Commander Jeremy Ellison, the SPPD is making pedestrian and bike safety one of its priorities in 2019—under the direction of Police Chief Todd Axtell. Three full-time employees added to this unit will […] Continue Reading

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Donate Good Stuff where it can make a difference

Posted on 08 April 2019

By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN When Como resident Jennifer Victor-Larsen was working on her MBA at the University of St. Thomas a few years ago, she got an idea. “I knew I wanted to do a project in the realm of a social venture, but there was already so much great work being done in the Twin […] Continue Reading

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Development Roundup, April 2019

Posted on 08 April 2019

By JANE MCCLURE Midway Marketplace sold to Minneapolis firm for $31 million New ownership could eventually bring changes to Midway Marketplace. The shopping center at 1400 University Ave. was recently sold to Minneapolis-based Kraus-Anderson Realty. The company announced its purchase of the center from RVI, a company from Ohio. The selling price was $31 million. […] Continue Reading

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Prepare for opening day soccer game traffic and parking

Posted on 08 April 2019

By JANE MCCLURE Take the bus or train, bike, walk or use a taxi or ride-share. Unless you have a reserved parking spot, don’t drive to Minnesota United FC soccer games at Allianz Field. That’s the message from team and city officials as they make plans to move almost 20,000 people to and from the […] Continue Reading

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News from Como Park High School, April 2019

Posted on 08 April 2019

By ERIC ERICKSON, Social Studies Teacher • Twenty-two seniors currently studying AP Government and AP Macroeconomics spent a week of March in Washington D.C. The participating students were part of the national Close Up program, which promotes civics education and participation in our democracy with the capital city as a living classroom. Como student highlights […] Continue Reading

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Monitor In A Minute, April 2019

Posted on 08 April 2019

By JANE MCCLURE Vendor dispute sent to hearing A dispute between city officials and a 2018 Minnesota State Fair vendor was assigned to an administrative law judge Mar. 20, after the vendor disputed facts in the case. Fridley resident Todd L. Grosklags was set to pay a $500 fine for selling state fair tickets in […] Continue Reading

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Como Community Council News, April 2019

Posted on 08 April 2019

Board elections The annual meeting of the District 10 Como Community Council is Tues., Apr. 16. The meeting includes elections for two-year terms on the district council board. Under the by-laws, nine board positions are on the ballot: • Chair • Secretary • One representative from each of the four geographic sub-districts • Three at-large […] Continue Reading

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Hamline Midway Coalition News, April 2019

Posted on 08 April 2019

Renters Voice Summit Ward 4 Renters Voice Summit, Apr. 18, 6:30-8pm; Room 111 Anderson Center at Hamline University Renters now make up over 50% of our city and deserve representation at every level of government and in our neighborhood processes. Toward this end, we’re partnering with our District Councils to help renters get engaged, learn […] Continue Reading

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To go packaging ordinance passes; takes effect January 2021

Posted on 08 April 2019

By JANE MCCLURE A debate that began in 1989 ended Mar. 6 when the St. Paul City Council approved a controversial sustainable carryout packaging ordinance. The measure, which takes effect in January 2021, requires restaurants, delis, and convenience stores to package carryout foods and beverages in recyclable or compostable containers. The delay is meant to […] Continue Reading

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Regular checkups help keep your baby healthy

Posted on 08 April 2019

Having a new baby is an exciting time with lots of changes. Every day brings something new for you and your baby. It can also be a time of many questions, like: Is my baby growing as they should? Are they getting enough food? When should they be sleeping through the night? It is normal […] Continue Reading

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