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21
Oct

Execs break a sweat on the East Side


Jay Lund, CEO of Andersen Windows, center, feeds a piece of siding through a table saw on Monday, Oct. 14 at a Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity home on the 600 block of Whitall Street in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. (photos by Patrick Larkin/Review)

It’s not everyday that you can walk down lower Payne Avenue, turn off half a block, and run into thirty CEO’s wearing blue jeans and holding circular saws.
But that was the scene on Monday on the 600 block of Whitall Street where the leaders of companies like Cargill, Andersen Windows, Allianz Life Insurance Company, and Bremer Bank spent the day fitting siding onto a Habitat for Humanity town home.

Mon
21
Oct

Pizza may build a house for Zack Mohs

If faith can move mountains, surely pizza can build a house.
South St. Paul resident Cheryl Young has one dream: to build a house that her son can call home. To help make this dream a reality, she’ll be selling Heggies Pizzas.

Mon
21
Oct

The big picture: Can the police busts make a dent in the East Side Boyz?

For St. Paul police commander Dave Korus, the gang-related charges filed Wednesday, Oct. 9, are just the tip of the iceberg.

Mon
21
Oct

The detail: Criminal complaints outline charges filed against alleged gang members


Cornelius Larkin

The criminal complaints filed recently by the Ramsey County attorney’s office detailed the events leading up to the recent gang busts in St. Paul.

Mon
21
Oct

The busts: 16 arrested in East Side gang targeting

St. Paul police made a series of arrests earlier this month in a multi-pronged, year-long effort to combat gang-related crime on the city’s East Side.

Fri
18
Oct

Lake Elmo drafts reduced growth targets

Following an unexpected reduction in preliminary growth forecasts for 2040 from the Metropolitan Council, Lake Elmo officials have approved a set of revised population targets which will be presented to the regional planning agency in the form of a letter.
Last month, the Met Council, which sets guidelines for development in the metropolitan area, released preliminary data that predicted Lake Elmo would add only 3,700 residents by 2040, a huge decrease from its 2004 memorandum of understanding that the city would add 17,000 by 2030.

Wed
16
Oct

Lake Elmo surges ahead with water main connection plan

Lake Elmo’s potential for growth is expanding with the city council’s recent order to have Well No. 4 connected to the city’s water supply system.
The high-capacity well, which is located on 50th Street North just east of Lake Elmo Avenue, would be connected to the water supply by a water main pipe running south down Lake Elmo Avenue to the existing water main on 43rd Street North.

Wed
16
Oct

Meet the new man(ager)

North St. Paul residents and neighbors are invited to meet new City Manager Jason Ziemer from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28 at City Hall, 2400 Margaret St., in the second-floor council chambers.

Wed
16
Oct

Washington County receives veterans services grant

Washington County will once again receive a grant through the state to maintain its services for residents who are military veterans.
During the 2013 legislative session, the County Veterans Service Officers grant program through the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs was restructured and the amount of state funding for the program was increased. Now, each of the 87 counties in Minnesota will receive a base grant of $7,500 to help bolster county-administered support for veterans.

Wed
16
Oct

Minneapolis man gets 15 years for stabbing death of Mounds View man

Stephen Edward GoolerA 51-year-old Minneapolis man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for the stabbing death of 49-year-old Mounds View resident Perry David Paulson.  
Ramsey County Attorney’s Office spokesman Dennis Gerhardstein said  Stephen Edward Gooler pleaded guilty to second-degree unintentional murder in August.

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