The City of Falcon Heights has four city commissions that serve the city council in an advisory capacity. Each commission is made up of up-to seven volunteer commissioners, a council liaison and staff liaison.
Front: Deb Obey, from Parkview Center School; Laura Mittlebrun from Edgerton Elementary School; Mary Bohl from Falcon Heights Elementary School; Shawna Traver from Central Park and Emmet D. Williams elementary schools; and Anna Zbacnik from Brimhall Elemenatary School.
Back: Diana Menanteau from Cherokee Heights Elementary School; Rachel Ferguson from Hoover Elementary School; Kirsten Head and Susan Boll from Gethsemene School; Mary Abuan from Little Canada Elementary School; Eleanor Palmer from Roseville Area Middle School; and Phyllis Bentley and Ferial Abraham from Roseville Area High School.
For 25 years the Roseville Alpha Delta Kappa Chapter has donated books to its chapter member’s media centers. This year the chapter received a Thrivent Action Team Project Grant to purchase the books.
The yard signs were primed Nov. 5 in Roseville anticipating Election Day. When Nov. 8 finally arrived, despite reports of long lines at polling places in the state, a quick check of two Roseville polling sites, at St.
Following a first for a Roseville City Council campaign — a political party endorsement in the nonpartisan race — voters seemingly signaled their happiness with the direction of the city and re-elected the non-endorsed council incumbents.
Roseville invites residents to one of two community discussions to explore rezoning options for 211 N. McCarrons Blvd., the former National Guard armory property. The meetings will be on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The first will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m.