Hannah Burlingame

 Hannah Burlingame can be reached at staffwriter@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.

Tue
18
Jul

Split Mendota Heights council denies land use change


At its July 5 meeting, the Mendota Heights City Council denied a request to change the land use of properties at the corner of Lexington Avenue and Sibley Memorial Highway. The property owners wished to have the use changed to medium-density residential to make future redevelopment easier, though approval required a four-fifths vote and too few council members supported the move without, a more concrete plan for the site. courtesy of City of Mendota Heights

Council member cites lack of a plan in denial

Tue
18
Jul

The journey of a lifetime

Mendota Heights woman returns from Peruvian charity trip


 

Tue
18
Jul

Inver Grove Heights begins working out details with police chief search firm

At an open work session on July 10, the Inver Grove Heights City Council met with a representative from Springsted Waters, the consulting firm the city is using in its search for a new police chief.

Sun
09
Jul

Living with Bipolar disorder


Penelope and Donald Rodriguez. submitted photo

Mother and son share journey toward diagnosis in new book

 

Sun
09
Jul

West St. Paul approves revised Robert Street Renaissance plan

After several years of work, West St. Paul has an updated Renaissance plan for Robert Street. 

Mon
03
Jul

Last minute requests throw wrench into Inver Grove Heights development plans

An item that was supposed to be summarily approved turned into a lengthy discussion for the Inver Grove Heights City Council at its June 26 meeting.

Mon
26
Jun

Mendota Heights opens up for Sunday liquor sales

Code amendment extends liquor store hours

 

On June 20, the Mendota Heights City Council unanimously adopted an amendment to the city’s alcoholic beverages code allowing for Sunday sales and extending liquor store hours.

Mon
26
Jun

Former SSP airport manager pleads guilty

Glenn Charles Burke
Glenn Charles Burke

Glenn Charles Burke of Inver Grove Heights pleaded guilty on June 21 in Dakota County District Court to four felony counts of theft by temporary control and two felony counts of theft by swindle. 

Mon
26
Jun

South St. Paul man sentenced in Dollar Tree shooting


Grant David Hendrickson

Grant David Hendrickson, 28, of South St. Paul, was sentenced June 19 to 32 years in prison for killing a man and wounding another in a shooting that took place last year at a Burnsville Dollar Tree. 

Mon
26
Jun

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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