East Side Review

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A quiet primary for the East Side

The Minnesota primary, which took place Aug. 9, proved to be uneventful for the East Side.

The only office on the ballot, besides the Minnesota Supreme Court, was for the U.S 4th Congressional District.

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14
Aug

Lake Phalen splash pad to open in spring of 2017


Construction on the new splash pad began Aug. 1 and will be completed in Oct. of this year. The pad will open in the spring of 2017.

Construction has begun on a new splash pad at Lake Phalen Regional Park beach. 

The splash pad will will spray chlorinated water from the ground and from nozzles above, with the water draining away.

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14
Aug

East Side nonprofit hosts education forum


From left to right, State Rep. Tim Mahoney, State Rep. Sheldon Johnson, Ramsey County Commissioner Jim McDonough and State Sen. Foung Hawj discussed their ideas to address educational disparities on the East Side.

Policy-makers talk educational disparities, new superintendent

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14
Aug

Neighbors have little confidence in Whitall Street apartment development


An east metro developer is asking to have the land at 419 Whitall St. rezoned to construct an apartment building.

CPED moves forward with rezoning application

The atmosphere was tense at the Aug. 3 Payne-Phalen Community Planning and Economic Development committee meeting, the main draw being a rezoning application on the agenda.

Sun
07
Aug

East Side Review police reports - July 7 — July 13

Thursday, July 7 — Wednesday, July 13 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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07
Aug

Minnesota primary elections Aug. 9

The Minnesota state primary is Tuesday, Aug. 9, where voters will cast their ballots for the candidates they wish to have represent their political party in the Nov. 8 general election. 

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07
Aug

Applications being accepted for fellowship

The Minnesota Historical Society has opened up the fourth round of Gale Family Library Legacy Research Fellowships. Applications are due by Oct. 3, with Legacy Fellowship research to begin Jan. 1, 2017.

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07
Aug

Photo contest to focus on St. Paul park system

St. Paul Natural Resources is running a photo contest for the spring and summer that ends Sept. 30. Anyone visiting a St. Paul public park can take a photo and submit it. 

The photo can be entered into one of four categories:

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07
Aug

St. Paul to begin street sealcoating

St. Paul public works crews began their annual sealcoating work on July 28 in the Thomas-Dale, Frogtown, North End and Payne-Phalen neighborhoods.

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07
Aug

St. Paul Public Schools Student Placement Office extends its hours

The St. Paul Public Schools Student Placement Office, located at 2102 University Ave. W., will have extended hours during the month of August in an effort to give families more time to choose and enroll their children in St. Paul public schools.

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