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Preliminary plans revealed for former Anchor Block site


courtesy of Google Maps • Developers of the former Anchor Block site shared plans with the North St. Paul City Council to build a variety of residential and commercial buildings on the lot. The vacant lot is located between McKnight Road, Highway 36, Third Street and South Avenue. The Gateway Trail bisects the lot into two parcels. Preliminary plans indicate the section south of the trail could be turned into townhomes, while the section north of it could be a mixture of apartment buildings, a self-storage facility and a coffee shop.

The North St. Paul City Council received an update on the development of the former Anchor Block property at an Aug. 8 special city council workshop.

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15
Aug

Roseville council candidates are set


Dan Roe

There were no huge surprises in the Aug. 14 Roseville City Council primary, which set the slate of candidates for the November election.

Tue
14
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Heroes, mount up!

It was all hot summer fun in Little Canada Aug. 5 as the Canadian Days parade rolled through town. Mike Munzenrider photos

Tue
14
Aug

Little Canada hires new city administrator


Chris Heineman

Little Canada is set to have a new city administrator starting next month.

Tue
14
Aug

Settlement hearing scheduled in lawsuit for Roseville police killing


John Birkeland

An Aug. 6 settlement conference order is the first filing of the year related to a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Roseville and three of its police officers.

Tue
14
Aug

Mounds View is turning 60


file photo • Mounds View turns 60 years old this year and a celebration of the city’s six decades is Friday, Aug. 17 at City Hall.

This year marks the 60th since Mounds View was incorporated as a village in 1958. 

Mayor Carol Mueller said the city she heads is a wonderful place in which to work and play.

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Aug

SNAPSHOT: VillageFest ‘18: Clouds and smiles

St. Anthony VilllageFest  made its way through town Aug. 3-5. It came and went, traveling alongside some rain and storm clouds. But that didn’t stop the many smiling St. Anthony villagers from lining St. Anthony Boulevard for the Aug.

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