Roseville-Little Canada Review

Thu
18
Apr

Roseville extends cell tower leases with eyes on future


Mike Munzenrider Roseville recently re-upped cell carrier leases on and around its Fairview Avenue water tower, which net the city tens of thousands of dollars a year.

The Roseville City Council on April 8 extended leases with cell carriers on and around the city’s water tower off Fairview Avenue, potentially locking in hundreds of thousands of dollars of future income for the city.

Thu
18
Apr

Lauderdale improving Eustis and Roselawn


file photo Lauderdale will make $2.27 million worth of improvements to Eustis Street and Roselawn Avenue this summer.

Work is getting underway on much-needed improvements to Eustis Street and Roselawn Avenue in Lauderdale.

Thu
18
Apr

Bridging the growing divide by seeking ‘Better Angels’

According to National Public Radio, more than 200 groups nationally are leading people in discussions about sensitive political issues because they are concerned about the rising incivility in public life. 

Thu
18
Apr

Maplewood puts Myth on notice

Council member: ‘It’s our city’

 

A fed-up Maplewood City Council made clear that Myth Live is on thin ice. 

Thu
18
Apr

Silver Lake Road sewer project approved for spring

The St. Anthony City Council on April 9 approved plans for a stormwater improvement project on Silver Lake Road.

Mon
15
Apr

Legislator looks to memorialize South St. Paul voting history


submitted photo Marguerite Newburgh was the first woman to vote in the U.S. after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, as seen in this photo from the Aug. 27, 1920, edition of the Minneapolis Journal. Rep. Anne Claflin is seeking funding for a monument to memorialize the historic vote, which took place in South St. Paul almost 100 years ago.

Almost 100 years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women in the U.S. the right to vote, a state legislator is looking to memorialize the role women in South St. Paul played in voting rights history.

Mon
15
Apr

Tackling lead on the East Side and across the state


courtesy of East Side Neighborhood Development Company For the first year of a program created by the East Side Neighborhood Development Company — called the LeadSafeMN Initiative — three East Side census tracts where children showed high levels of lead in their blood were the focus. LeadSafeMN aims to create funding sources and resources to bring lead poisoning down to zero. The initiative will eventually address the 40 census tracts statewide where kids are testing for high levels of lead.

Lead poisoning is often thought of as a problem from the past, one that has been solved through requirements for safer paints and materials in homes.  

Mon
15
Apr

Lowering insulin prices can be a matter of life and death for thousands of Minnesotans

At a recent rally on the steps of the state Capitol, dozens of Minnesotans braved freezing winter temperatures to speak out for themselves and for the millions of other Americans with diabetes who find themselves in a life-and-death struggle to af

Mon
15
Apr

Ready to hit the lakes


courtesy of Ramsey County Parks and Recreation

The Harding High School Fishing Club and the St. Paul Police Department Police Activities League did some training on March 28 to prep for open-water fishing.

Tue
09
Apr

Shoreview lawmaker wants judges to take over redistricting


Jason Isaacson

A Shoreview legislator has introduced a bill that would take redistricting out of the hands of the people who represent those districts.

And he wants to enshrine that change in the Minnesota Constitution.

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