Bulletin Area News

News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
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Wed
01
Oct

Groundbreaking: Home development at New Brighton Exchange a long time coming


City staff and council members, along with Pulte Homes officials, toss ceremonial shovel-fulls of sand near the site of Pulte’s latest 27-acre development, which will eventually include 86 homes and 34 townhouses. A Pulte executive said the company’s website had 600 hits on the development page that day. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

"It's location, location, location," said New Brighton Mayor Dave Jacobsen, just prior to tossing some sand at the Pulte Homes development groundbreaking ceremony the evening of Sept. 23 at the New Brighton Exchange.

Wed
01
Oct

Bulletin-area school districts asking for bump in property tax levies

School districts 282 and 621 have released their levy plans for 2015 and into the future, and both districts are looking for an increase in funding.

Wed
24
Sep

Bulletin area cities approve proposed property tax levies

Bulletin area cities are rolling out their 2015 proposed property tax levies ahead of a Sept. 30 Ramsey County deadline for the approved plans.

Wed
24
Sep

Cleanup Day for Shoreview and Arden Hills is Oct. 4

New changes streamline the drop-off process
Shoreview and Arden Hills residents will have a chance to get rid of large household waste items at the cities' Fall Cleanup Day, Saturday, Oct. 4, from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Ramsey County Public Works building at 1425 Paul Kirkwood Drive in Arden Hills.

Tue
23
Sep

Railroad quiet zones on track for Little Canada and Shoreview, but still a ways off

Little Canada and Shoreview are creeping closer to establishing a series of railroad quiet zones as both city councils recently approved plans with the Soo Line Railroad for construction cost estimates on eight railroad crossings the cities want t

Wed
17
Sep

St. Anthony to install fiber optic network to connect important city facilities

St. Anthony Village will begin installation of a municipal fiber optic network beginning next month after the plan was approved unanimously by the city council at its Sept. 9 meeting.

Wed
17
Sep

Details surface after Hoffman's arrest


Lyle "Ty" Hoffman

Bullets, packed suitcase recovered during investigation
Hoffman is charged with one count of intentional second-degree murder. He appeared in Ramsey County District Court Sept. 12 in a bulletproof vest, and his bail was set at $2 million. His next court appearance is Oct. 3. The maximum sentence for second-degree murder is 40 years.

Tue
16
Sep

35E toll lane coming, 694 expanding


A MnPASS express toll lane is currently being constructed on Interstate 35E in Little Canada. The project is slated to continue through next year.

Little Canada braces for noise
Two major highways in the area will soon have an additional lane, thanks to major construction projects in the works. When the projects are completed, they will improve traffic flow and safety, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Thu
11
Sep

Ty Hoffman, alleged Arden Hills shooter, arrested in Shakopee


Lyle "Ty" Hoffman
Hoffman apprehended without incident after 32-day manhunt
After a month on the run, Lyle Marvin "Ty" Hoffman, wanted since Aug. 11 for the gas station killing of Kelly L. Phillips, was reportedly arrested in Shakopee on Thursday.
Wed
10
Sep

Mother -- and daughters -- thank paramedics for possible life-saving trip

Paramedics Kenny DeRosier and Albert Reiff receive cards from twins Etta and Elsie Slabiak, now 3, with their mother Becky, Aug. 28 during a paramedic recognition event. DeRosier and Reiff drove Becky to the hospital while she was in labor with the twins and had the complication of a prolapsed umbilical cord.
Paramedics Kenny DeRosier and Albert Reiff receive cards from twins Etta and Elsie Slabiak, now 3, with their mother Becky, Aug. 28 during a paramedic recognition event. DeRosier and Reiff drove Becky to the hospital while she was in labor with the twins and had the complication of a prolapsed umbilical cord. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
The Allina Medical Transportation center in Mounds View is a state-of-the-art staging area for paramedics and the ambulances and high-tech equipment they field in to medical emergencies. 
On Aug. 28, the center served another function: the site of reunion for twin girls and the paramedics who helped ensure their safe delivery one morning three years ago. 

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