Hannah Burlingame

 Hannah Burlingame can be reached at staffwriter@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.

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SNAPSHOTS: What the residents have to say


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Lt. Gov.-elect Peggy Flanagan made a stop in South St. Paul Dec. 3 at Croation Hall as part of the listening tour she embarked on along with Gov.-elect Tim Walz.

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Work keeps moving along on WSP Hy-Vee


courtesy of City of West St. Paul A Hy-Vee is moving into the space currently held by the YMCA on Thompson Avenue and Robert Street in West St. Paul. The new retailer will have a gas station, liquor store and restaurant, as well as other expected grocery store amenities.

Work keeps moving ahead for a long-time rumor that’s coming true in West St. Paul — on Nov. 26, the West St. Paul City Council approved a series of resolutions that help move a new Hy-Vee grocery store closer to reality.

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South St. Paul lowers final 2019 levy

Question raised about rental housing’s impact on budget

 

Work was done in South St. Paul to help lower the final 2019 levy by roughly a percentage point from the preliminary numbers set in September. 

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Temporary housing in churches to offer relief from the cold in West St. Paul


courtesy Google Maps graphic courtesy Skyler Gabel Three churches in West St. Paul, St. Stephens, Augustana Lutheran and Salem Lutheran, will open their doors in December and January as temporary housing for people experiencing homelessness, after the city council approved interim use permits for the places of worship.

The West St. Paul City Council approved a number of interim use permits Nov. 26 that will allow three area churches to be temporary shelters in the upcoming months.

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Mendota Heights increases tobacco-buying age to 21


courtesy City of Mendota Heights Mendota Heights joins a growing number of Minnesota cities that have increased the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21. Last year, Mendota Heights banned the sale of many flavored tobacco products within city limits.

After banning the sale of many flavored tobacco products earlier this year, the Mendota Heights City Council approved another smoking-related ordinance Nov.

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Inver Grove Heights PD launches new text tip tool


screenshot A new program in Inver Grove Heights allows residents text tips into the police department in a couple easy step.

In a day when technology reigns, the Inver Grove Heights Police Department decided to turn to the devices that are almost always attached to people’s hands to help fight crime.

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IGH council talks leashes, licensing for dogs

The Inver Grove Heights City Council tabled the first reading of amendments to ordinances regarding dogs on Nov. 13 after council members found they had more questions than answers about the issues at hand.

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New plans for Inver Grove Heights city parks move forward


images courtesy of City of Inver Grove Heights Work will be done in North Valley and South Valley parks, located off 70th Street East, in Inver Grove Heights. Work, which is expected to start in 2019, will give the parks a facelift and new amenities like pickleball courts.

Two parks in Inver Grove Heights will be getting some major work done as part of a parks master plan update approved Nov. 13 by the Inver Grove Heights City Council. 

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Progress continues on new WSP Hy-Vee

On Nov. 13, the West St. Paul City Council began the process of making necessary changes to allow for the Hy-Vee grocery store that is coming to town.

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Young women in STEM honored with Target award


Bailey Hart and Mary Murphy, students at Henry Sibley and Visitation schools, were honored at an Oct. 26 ceremony for Target Women in Science Technology EPIC Award winners. photo courtesy Target

On Oct. 26, two area students were honored for their work in the STEM fields by Target. 

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