New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin News

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Roseville candidates paint cheerful portrait of city at forum

The state of Roseville is pretty good — that’s the impression one had walking out of the Oct. 4 candidate forum at City Hall as told by the city’s council and mayoral candidates.

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15
Oct

Falcon Heights appoints former council member to vacancy; residents object

The Falcon Heights City Council voted unanimously Sept. 26 to appoint former three-term council member Pamela Harris to fill a council vacancy.

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15
Oct

2 Shoreview schools briefly locked down

As a precaution in response to an individual fleeing from deputies in the Shoreview area, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office put Island Lake Elementary and St. Odelia School on lockdown the morning of Oct. 4. 

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15
Oct

New Brighton farmers’ market closes for fall

The New Brighton farmers’ market held its final day of the season on Oct. 3.

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15
Oct

New Brighton transitions back to its own water

After the Minnesota Department of Health notified New Brighton in 2016 of finding a pollutant called dioxane in its well water, the city had been getting water from Minneapolis ever since.

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02
Oct

Look, in Long Lake: ‘Goldzilla’


Owners of golden retrievers — and other breeds too — gathered at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton Sept. 9 for Goldzilla, a golden retriever festival and walk for rescues. photo: Solomon Gustavo

Right around the bathroom and shower building, about 60 yards from the beach at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton, the ground slopes down toward the water. 

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02
Oct

$30,000 loss: Thieves take New Brighton church’s solar panels


More than a dozen solar panels were stolen from the roof of United Church of Christ in New Brighton sometime in early September. The church said the total loss was around $30,000. Congregants first noticed something was wrong when they continued to find metal and wires around the church. photo Solomon Gustavo

After a few days of congregants and staff at United Church of Christ in New Brighton finding metal and wiring laying around the church, they discovered Sept. 6 that more than a dozen solar panels had been taken from the church’s roof.

Mon
01
Oct

Hansen Park set to reopen in October after long reconstruction


Richard Pisa and Perry Martin, along with other Hansen Park neighbors, feel the the city has ignored their concerns during the years-long construction at Hansen Park. Along with their law signs, Pisa and Martin and other neighbors started a petition and say it has hundreds of signatures. photo Solomon Gustavo

Years of construction work at Hansen Park are set to finish up in October, said New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter, and the conclusion can’t come soon enough for some park neighbors.

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01
Oct

New Brighton petitioners force vote on election year change

Just as she promised after the election loss that ended her 12-year tenure on the New Brighton City Council, Gina Bauman is working to stop the council’s latest attempt to move city elections from odd to even years. 

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04
Sep

Mounds View mayor running unopposed for second term


Carol Mueller

Mounds View Mayor Carol Mueller was the last to speak before the festivities could begin — food and a climbing wall and more — at the Aug. 21 ribbon cutting for Ralph Reeder Food Shelf’s new location in Mounds View. 

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