On Tuesday, Sept. 29, Governor Mark Dayton held a ceremonial bill signing for HF 41, a measure that allows the Roseville Volunteer Firefighters Relief Association more flexibility in its administration as active membership declines.
One last time, for a $55 fee, the City of Roseville will pick up leaves in front of Roseville residents’ homes. Residents can register online or by mail but service orders must be received by Friday, October 23.
Everyone remembers a favorite teacher, someone who motivates and inspires students for a lifetime. Minnesotans have the opportunity again this fall to nominate that unique educator for Minnesota Teacher of the Year.
Rosedale could be more than a half square-mile larger as expansion plans move through the Roseville city approval process. 141,000 square-feet of new retail space are shown in red. (source map courtesy of City of Roseville)
City council seeks safer parking lot crossings
Billed as the "highlight of the evening" by Mayor Dan Roe at the Sept. 28 Roseville City Council meeting, preliminary plans for a large expansion of Rosedale Center were unanimously approved.
The council gave its blessings to a preliminary plat that will make way for a 141,000-square-foot retail addition, as well as a new parking structure.
A view of the Korean Demilitarized Zone as seen from the Dora Observatory in 2006 from the South Korean side. The roughly 160-mile-long DMZ has divided North and South Korea following the 38th parallel since the 1953 armistice agreement. Large numbers of troops are still stationed on either side of the line, today. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Mindful of her own Korean refugee background and the effects of her rocky start in life, Roseville resident Hyon Kim says she wants to help refugees who have escaped from North Korea after facing great difficulties, including sex trafficking, forc