Per a just-passed Roseville ordinance, city deer, such as this pair spotted off Roselawn Avenue, could be subject to organized bow hunts, while residents who feed deer and other wild animals, could be subject to administrative fines. (submitted photo)
Following a long and sometimes contentious process, complete with multiple city council and Parks and Recreation stops, the ocelots are out, organized deer hunts are in and Roseville has a wildlife management ordinance.
The Roseville City Council passed the ordinance, along with a city policy outlining a deer population management program, with 4-1 votes as the two items came up separately at the Nov. 9 council meeting.
The Roseville OVAL opened for the season Nov. 7, one day later than scheduled because of the fall’s mild weather. One day before the ice opened, Brian Tschida was busy putting finishing touches on the rink. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Lauderdale is accepting applications for part-time warming house/ice rink attendants from approximately Dec. 18 through Feb. 24. The hours are weekdays 4-9 p.m.; weekends, holidays and school release days 12-10 p.m. Wage is $10.00 per hour.
The cistern and stormwater infiltration pipe system being installed behind the B-Dale Club by the Capitol Region Watershed District should save Roseville some 1.3 million gallons of drinkable water per year. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Watershed project looks to protect Lake McCarrons
At the bottom of one of Roseville's biggest hills, right now, there's a big hole in the ground.
The Capitol Region Watershed District, along with Roseville Parks and Recreation and the B-Dale Club, whose softball field is now that temporary hole, just kicked off a water protection project with aims of keeping nearby Lake McCarrons clean.
The Little Canada City Council is seeking applicants to fill two vacancies on the Little Canada Parks & Recreation Commission. The term of office is for three years from Jan. 1, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2018.
Metro residents may be enjoying this late round of warm weather, but 70-degree days aren't ideal for making outdoor ice. The toasty temps delayed the opening of the Guidant John Rose Minnesota OVAL skating season by one day to Saturday, Nov.