Oakdale City Hall, 1584 Hadley Ave. N., is a new drop-off location for unwanted holiday lights. People with disabilities benefit from the program by gaining work experience disassembling and sorting the materials.
The Standards and Excellence Program (StEPs) for History Organizations is American Association of State and Local History’s (AASLH) standards program designed specifically for small to mid-sized history organizations.
Property owners who have had a change in ownership and/or occupancy and whose property is eligible for homestead classification should contact a county assessor to file a homestead application on or before Dec. 15.
Above, the materials are being ground down and prepared for reuse.
Crushing has been the task of the day for several days this fall, as Dresel Contracting, Inc., crushes roadway materials that will be recycled for Washington County roadwork. The work is conducted at the county’s gravel pit in May Township.
The Rush Line Corridor is an 80-mile travel corridor between St. Paul and Hinckley. A transit study is underway to analyze bus and rail transit alternatives between Forest Lake and Union Depot in St. Paul.