July 2013

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Maplewood OK’s tax increment financing for 3M project


The project area for the research and development building is part of the 28-acre 3M corporate headquarters, located on the corner of McKnight and Conway avenues in Maplewood. (submitted graphic)

At the July 22 city council meeting, Maplewood officials held a public hearing and voted to establish a tax-increment financing district with 3M for the construction of a new research and development laboratory on its 28-acre campus on the corner of McKnight and Conway avenues.
The TIF agreement will help 3M move forward with the project, which is estimated to cost around $156 million and will house about 700 employees and support staff when it is completed in two years. These employees already work for 3M, but will be relocated into the new 400,000-square-foot building.

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Man shot by police charged in domestic violence case


Reginald C Sutherlin

The man who was shot by St. Paul police late Sunday night on the East Side faces an array of charges in connection with a months-long stalking case.
Reginald Craig Sutherlin, 53, was shot near Earl Street North and Geranium Avenue East as he reportedly attempted to flee police, who were acting on active warrants related to the case.
The Ramsey County attorney's office formally charged Sutherlin on Tuesday, July 30. He faces charges of assault, two counts of stalking, and two counts of making terroristic threats, according to a criminal complaint.

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Jul

Stockyard Days 2013 supplement

New Brighton's Stockyard Days is August 4 - 12, 2013. Here is information, event schedule and advertisers' specials for this years Stockyard Days.

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Jul

Fall sports registration approaching

The cool weather last weekend was more reminiscent of late September than late July. Those autumn-like temperatures had some thinking fall sports like football and soccer, whose high school seasons are right around the corner.
In fact, registration for fall sports and activities for all three Bulletin-area high schools is going on now. Registration information for each school is listed below.

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Jul

Maplewood gearing up for summer vote

If you’re a Maplewood resident, be sure to mark your calendars for the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 13. The city’s 16 polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and the winners will advance to the municipal general election Nov. 5.
There are three candidates for mayor and six candidates for the two council seats that will expire in December. The primary will narrow the field to two mayoral candidates and four for city council on Election Day in November.

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Accidental shooting injures child in Oakdale

A 9-year-old girl has survived after she was accidentally shot in Oakdale Friday evening, according to Oakdale police.
Police responded to a residence on the 1800 block of Helena Road N. just after 6:30 p.m. July 26. They found the girl, who’d been shot in the upper chest, in an upstairs living room. She was alert and talking to officers.
Police determined the girl had been inadvertently shot by her 5-year-old brother with a .22 caliber rifle.

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Almost home in Vadnais Heights

Bulletin Area police reports week of July 31, 2013

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Tri-City Red falls short of state berth

On just about any other day, either of the final two at bats of Sunday’s American Legion baseball Sub-State 8 final would have produced a victory and sent Tri-City Red to the state tournament. Sunday wasn’t just any other day, however.
Forest Lake’s third baseman and center fielder were in the right position to catch hard-hit balls by Ethan DeCaster and Sam Hentges and preserve the Rangers’ 3-2 victory. With the win, Forest Lake advances to the state tournament, which runs Aug. 2-5 at four different sites in the southwest metro.

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Jul

Kozlaks’ owners look for new location

Kozlaks’ Royal Oak Restaurant owners Mark and Lynn Satt will be closing the doors to the spacious location on Hodgson Road that has housed the restaurant since 1977.
The couple informed customers of a proposed purchase agreement via email on July 11.
Mark said that although the restaurant belongs to him and Lynn, the building and the land it stands on belonged to Lynn’s father Jack, who passed away in July of last year.

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Jul

St. Anthony Community Theater presents ‘Singin’ in the Rain’


“Moses Supposes” song and dance number. From left: Cosmo Brown played by Patrick Gustafson, vocal coach played by Casey Scott and Don Lockwood played by Andrew Kohagen.

The St. Anthony Community Theater (SACT) held its first three performances of “Singin’ in the Rain” last weekend.
Opening weekend shows were well attended and the theater reverberated with applause as the show concluded Friday and the cast, orchestra and production crew received a standing ovation on Saturday.
“This has been one of the best shows I’ve seen in my time with the theater,” SACT Webmaster and Communications Tech David Severston admits.

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