New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin News

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Bulletin area people - published June 29, 2016

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29
Jun

New Brighton public safety director Jacobson set to retire

After more than three decades of service, New Brighton public safety director Bob Jacobson submitted his notice June 24 and announced his upcoming retirement. 

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22
Jun

Bulletin area construction projects in full swing

Though construction season has been rolling along for several weeks now, below is a reminder of key construction projects underway this summer in the Bulletin coverage area. 

 

Ramsey County road construction projects:

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08
Jun

Bulletin area people - published June 8, 2016


Brittney Rademacher

Brittney Rademacher of Mounds View was selected a spring semester outstanding student at Metropolitan State University where she double-majored in psychology and gender studies and graduated magnu cum laude.

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08
Jun

Bulletin area people - published June 8, 2016


Gabrielle Nead

Gabrielle Nead, 10, of Shoreview has been chosen as a state finalist in the National American Miss Minnesota Pageant.

 

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08
Jun

Bulletin area people - published June 8, 2016


Sgt. John Eastham (center)

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08
Jun

Police say keep an eye out for suspect in New Brighton burglary


This map shows where one of the more recent burglaries took place, on the 800 block of Forest Dale Road. Police are searching for the suspect. (courtesy of Google Maps)

Police responded to a home on the 800 block of Forest Dale Road June 1 on the report of a residential burglary. 

Wed
08
Jun

Mounds View can expect a fourth liquor store


The former Snap Market building on County Road I will soon house Mounds View’s fourth liquor store. (Jesse Poole photos/Bulletin)

Council wrestles with ‘want’ vs. ‘should’

 

Among other items left behind by County Road I’s vacant Snap Market, misleading “grand opening” signs remain hanging in the building’s windows. 

Wed
08
Jun

Candidates file for Bulletin area offices

The end of May marked the close of candidate-filing for elections with primaries in the Bulletin area.

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20
Apr

Young company faces big hurdles


On behalf of their New Brighton-based company and many interested in their idea, Jesse Lammi and John Louiselle, both 24, helped draft a bill in the Legislature that would make it easier for tiny homes to be utilized as temporary dwelling spaces for the elderly, injured and disabled and located near the homes of their loved ones. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)

Local entrepreneurs seek legislation to ease restrictions on locating tiny homes

The tiny house movement isn’t only for the young and sprightly. 

A New Brighton company is fielding another path for it, but to make it work, the company’s two young business partners are first wading through the waters of passing new legislation at the state Capitol. 

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