Mayor Sandy Martin along with council members Cory Springhorn, Terry Quigley, Ady Wickstrom and Emy Johnson turn some dirt in what Martin called a “symbolic way.” (courtesy of the City of Shoreview)
Construction on Shoreview's largest single investment may have started several weeks ago, but that didn’t stop city council members from doing a little bit of digging at the project's site to mark its start.
The New Brighton Department of Public Safety has opened registration for National Night Out 2015, which will be held Tuesday, Aug. 4. Once again, NBDPS is conducting a food and school supply drive for those in need.
Twin Cities Professional Network members Randy Atkinson, a carpet cleaner and Amy Wakem, an insurance agent, consolidate trash at New Brighton’s Veterans Park, during TCPN’s biannual park cleanup on June 9. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)
Carol Pech is a real estate agent but says she learns something new about other professions all the time.
Producer Van Alstine and commissioner Montour make it in
They might not be in front of the camera, but Rick Montour and Vanessa Van Alstine help CTV North Suburbs’ cable access television network continue to run smoothly.
Collegues said Montour and Van Alstine have dedicated countless hours and efforts to the network, which relies heavily on its volunteers to help produce and maintain its community-run programs.
Belair Site Excavations was given the go-ahead by the New Brighton City Council to move forward with a road salt storage and distribution operation at its Old Highway 8 address, located in the far northeast reaches of New Brighton. (submitted photo)
Plans for a road salt storage and distribution operation in northeast New Brighton were approved in modified form by the city council May 26.
The project had drawn scrutiny from residents and elected officials alike, who questioned how the salt would be hauled and housed in order to prevent spills.
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Fans of fowl in New Brighton are clucking sighs of relief following a surprise reversal on Tuesday.