Currently there is an existing express bus service along Interstate 35. The redefined Alternative 1 for the Rush Line will consist of dedicated guideway bus rapid transit service between downtown Saint Paul and White Bear Lake, with feeder bus service running every 30 minutes between White Bear Lake and Forest Lake on Highway 61.
As the Tier 2 Evaluation continues for the Rush Line Corridor, the Policy Advisory Committee is taking a closer look at the performance of the various route and transit vehicle options, in anticipation of selecting a locally preferred alternative
From left to right, the newly elected board members include Barry White, Holly Windingstad, Crystal Norcross, Rasheed Wade, Tamara York-Tallman, Kirstin Scanlan Madore, Yingya Vang and Micheal Boyd. Newly elected candidates not pictured include Elizabeth Matakis and Henry Garnica.
“Let’s create a paradigm that changes the East Side,” said Jesus Ramirez, Dayton’s Bluff resident, artist and keynote speaker for the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council’s annual meeting on Oct. 27.
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Joe Sanchelli, a former resident of Swede Hollow, said his house can be seen in this picture in the bottom, right corner with the picket fence. He said his dad built the fence to keep their chickens from roaming the Hollow.
Former Swede Hollow residents share their memories
District 67 candidates participated in a League of Women Voters forum on Oct. 24, moderated by Sarah Risser. Candidates participating were, left to right, Foung Hawj, Sheldon Johnson, Andrew Livingston, Joseph Weverka and Tim Mahoney.
Voting rights, public transit and educational disparities were among some of the questions posed at the League of Women Voters District 67 legislative candidate forum on Monday, Oct. 24.