Dakota County and the city of South St. Paul will host an open house focusing on the proposed improvements to Southview Boulevard from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, May 28, at the council chambers of City Hall, 125 Third Ave. N., South St. Paul.
This image was created to show voters what Kaposia Landing would look like if they passed a referendum for additional parks and recreation spending during the Feb. 2014 special election. Since it passed, planners moved forward with construction plans. The ground breaking will happen as early as May 2015. (submitted graphic)
The South St. Paul City Council passed a referendum to fund the development of Kaposia Landing in February 2014.
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
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The South St. Paul Mayor’s Youth Task Force was the recipient of the ‘community group’ award at the Dakota County Board of Commissioners presention of its Public Health Achievement Awards April 7 as part of National Public Health Week.
South St. Paul is planning to build an archery range at 405 Kaposia Boulevard, a site naturally bordered by slopes on three sides. The range will include five lanes with targets ranging from 30 to 90 feet from the shooting area. (Jesse Poole/Review)
For years, Mendota Heights resident Paul Quehl and his son, Joseph, have been driving to outdoor archery ranges in Lake Elmo and Eagan to practice one of their favorite recreational activities.
This dark speckled hen and her golden brown coopmates are part of the backyard flock of East Sider Rebecca Welty, 57. “[The eggs] can’t get much fresher,” she said, since they’re eaten “the same day they came out of the chicken.” In St. Paul, folks can raise chickens and other fowl in the backyard with a permit. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
New plans for an urban chicken ordinance were brought forth at the South St. Paul city council meeting April 6, but it doesn't look like many will be crowing with triumph over it immediately.