East Side Newsbriefs

Sun
17
Apr

Ash tree removal

Dayton’s Bluff residents along Gotzian Street, between East Third and Margaret streets have recently seen about 60 trees being removed by the city during the past couple weeks.

Sun
17
Apr

Nominations being accepted for 2016 Veterans’ Voices Award

The Minnesota Humanities Center is now accepting nominations for its 2016 Veterans’ Voices Award, recognizing Minnesota Veterans who served honorably in the military and have gone above and beyond the call of duty in their communities, in their pr

Wed
13
Apr

More road construction coming to East Side


courtesy of the Minnesota Department of Transportation

The Minnesota Department of Transportation recently announced road construction that will start this spring on Interstate 94. 

The construction will occur between East Seventh Street and Highway 120/Century Avenue in Maplewood.

Sun
10
Apr

Spring citywide street sweeping

St. Paul Public Works began citywide street cleaning April 5. City crews will be sweeping residential streets and the work will be completed over a four-week period.

Sun
27
Mar

St. Paul Public Schools considering middle school in East Side

St. Paul Public Schools is considering constructing a new middle school on the East Side and the Board of Education will vote on the proposal at its April 26 meeting.

Sun
06
Mar

2016 St. Paul Heritage Preservation Awards - Call for Nominations

The Heritage Preservation Commission of St. Paul and the St. Paul Chapter of the American Institute of Architects are co-sponsoring the 26th-annual St.

Sun
06
Mar

City seeking input on trash collection

St. Paul Public Works is seeking input from residents about the possible implementation of a system of organized trash collection.

Sun
21
Feb

Friends of the Parks and Trails of St. Paul and Ramsey County Tree Sale

The Friends’ annual tree sale has now started, with donations going to fund metropolitan parks.

Sun
21
Feb

Earned Sick and Safe Time Ordinance

The City of St. Paul is working to create an ordinance that would require employers to provide some type of paid sick leave for employees.

Sun
21
Feb

St. Paul seeking public input on new police chief

The City of St. Paul is urging community members to come out to public forums to voice their questions and opinions regarding the candidates for the St. Paul Chief of Police. 

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