West St Paul

Tue
28
Oct

6 not-so-spooky, local events on or around Halloween


File photo (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

For those looking for a way to keep their candy-fueled kids busy this weekend, here's a selection of family-friendly events in the South-West Review area. Did we miss any?

Mon
27
Oct

West St. Paul council candidates look to next term

While the mayoral and Ward 3 council races heat up, two West St. Paul City Council candidates are running unopposed in this year's election, offering them a chance to focus on the city's future.

Mon
20
Oct

West St. Paul council scraps first bids on Robert Street revamp

Council members still committed to project
The West St. Paul City Council on Oct. 13 rejected the first round of bids for phase one of planned South Robert Street improvements, but council members said they’re still committed to the project.
Only two paving companies bid on the about $20.8 million of road construction. The bids were upwards of 37 percent more than the engineer’s original estimates, according to city documents.

Mon
20
Oct

West St. Paul candidates tackle city issues

The candidates vying for the Ward 3 spot on the West St. Paul City Council and facing off in the mayoral race tackled city issues and discussed why they’re running for elected office in response to a Review questionnaire.

Thu
09
Oct

District 197 offers online referendum information session Oct. 10

School District 197 Superintendent Nancy Allen-Mastro invites area residents to join her for an online presentation regarding the Nov.

Thu
09
Oct

West St. Paul asks for resident input on logo design


The current West St. Paul logo

Three options included on an online survey, asking residents to offer their feedback on three possible city logos, which were designed in-house.

West St. Paul is considering a few ideas for a new city logo — all three of which are major departures from the blue star-like logo currently stamped on city signs, uniforms and vehicles, as well as the water tower.

Fri
03
Oct

State bolsters flood recovery in Dakota County


City crews added more sandbags to a pile at Twin City Marina in Inver Grove Heights on June 25, bracing for the Mississippi River to crest. The state now plans to reimburse Dakota County for money spent on flood mitigation and recovery.

Gov. Mark Dayton and Mendota Mayor Brian Mielke look over a map of the city as they discuss areas heavily effected by flooding June 24. It was Dayton's last stop while touring rain-soaked communities, assessing damages, and deciding which counties would be included in a State of Emergency declaration earlier this year.

FEMA denies appeal; Dayton orders use of new program
A new state program will provide significant relief for northern Dakota County taxpayers who may have otherwise seen a jump in 2015 city tax levies to cover the cost of flood damage.

Mon
29
Sep

West St. Paul closer to ice arena revamp

Mendota Heights, District 197 on board; city applies for "Mighty Ducks" grant
West St. Paul recently chalked up another goal in saving the city's ice arena. Mendota Heights and School District 197 each pledged $555,333, a third of the cost to revamp John V. Hoene Ice Arena.

Fri
19
Sep

Early Learning Center opens in Inver Grove Heights


Construction of the new Inver Grove Heights Early Learning Center was completed Aug. 1. The school celebrated its grand opening Sept. 11. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Early Childhood Director Karen Sperl reads to students in the Community Preschool classroom on Sept. 11 during the grand opening of the Inver Grove Heights Early Learning Center. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Inver Grove Heights royalty worked on arts and crafts during the grand opening Sept. 11 of the Inver Grove Heights Early Learning Center. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Center added onto Hilltop Elementary
Thanks to extra funding from the Minnesota Department of Education, the Inver Grove Heights School District's new Early Learning Center, attached to Hilltop Elementary School, is now open for business.

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