Bulletin Area News

News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin, Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin & St. Anthony Bulletin.

 

Wed
20
May

Crawling with kiddos

Snail Lake Regional Park located on the south side of Snail Lake in Shoreview saw a a lot of action on Saturday, May 16. Kids enjoyed all the playground equipment and each other’s company on the beautiful spring day. (Linda E.

Wed
20
May

Bulletin area people - published May 20, 2015

Jaymz Culver (Ignacio Perez/U.S. Navy)
Jaymz Culver (Ignacio Perez/U.S. Navy)

Boatswain's Mate Seaman Jaymz Culver of Mounds View removes a line from a capstan on USS John C. Stennis' fantail in North Island, California. The ships comprising the John C.

Wed
20
May

New Brighton man shot and killed after dragging police officer during stop

A New Brighton man attempting to flee a traffic stop on westbound Interstate 694 in Fridley late on May 8 was shot and killed by a police officer who was being dragged alongside the vehicle.

Wed
20
May

Planned retail road salt operation in New Brighton skids into opposition

Belair Sitework Services is located at 2200 Old Highway 8 in the far northwest of New Brighton, with the border between the city and Mounds View being the company’s northern property line. The company is looking to expand its existing operations and is planning to enter into the road salt storage and distribution business as well.  Rush Lake is just south of Belair and Long Lake is to the southwest. (Courtesy of New Brighton)
Belair Sitework Services is located at 2200 Old Highway 8 in the far northwest of New Brighton, with the border between the city and Mounds View being the company’s northern property line. The company is looking to expand its existing operations and is planning to enter into the road salt storage and distribution business as well. Rush Lake is just south of Belair and Long Lake is to the southwest. (Courtesy of New Brighton)

Council to vote on reworked plan May 26

A proposed road salt storage and distribution facility in northern New Brighton has residential neighbors worried about noise, traffic, and above all, water quality in nearby lakes.
Murlowski Properties Inc., which does business as Belair Sitework Services, is discussing expanding its aggregate crushing business with the city, as well as moving into road salt distribution, with a targeted maximum capacity of 13,500 tons of salt each winter.

Tue
19
May

WaterFest makes a splash May 30

Learning canoe paddling technique and then getting out on the water in the Wilderness Inquiry Voyageur canoes was popular at the 2014 WaterFest. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Learning canoe paddling technique and then getting out on the water in the Wilderness Inquiry Voyageur canoes was popular at the 2014 WaterFest. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

The 16th annual WaterFest will splash down at Lake Phalen Saturday, May 30, with a variety of educational and entertaining events.

Fri
15
May

Anglin' for the first catch

Lorelei Barnchart, 11, and her grandpa, Ron Larsen, enjoyed fishing on Long Lake in New Brighton on Saturday, May 9. The warm weather filled the pier on the south side of the lake with anglers hoping for their first catch of the season. (Linda E.

Thu
14
May

Roseville Schools approves new superintendent contract

Dr. Aldo Sicoli
Dr. Aldo Sicoli

At its May 12 school board meeting, the Roseville Area School District sighed a figurative breath of relief as the board approved a contract with their chosen finalist for a new superintendent, following a six-month-long search.

Wed
13
May

New Brighton orders ban on fowl

In the minutes before New Brighton's May 12 city council meeting, residents packed City Hall hoping to have a chance to speak at a public hearing for or against a proposed ordinance that would regulate raising chickens in the city. The meeting turned on its heel when Mayor Dave Jacobsen proposed staff draft a ban on all fowl in the city, which was approved with a 3-2 vote. The council will vote on the ban May 26.
In the minutes before New Brighton's May 12 city council meeting, residents packed City Hall hoping to have a chance to speak at a public hearing for or against a proposed ordinance that would regulate raising chickens in the city. The meeting turned on its heel when Mayor Dave Jacobsen proposed staff draft a ban on all fowl in the city, which was approved with a 3-2 vote. The council will vote on the ban May 26. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Council changes course at public hearing on ordinance regulating chickens
The dam broke nearly three hours into New Brighton's May 12 public hearing on an ordinance to allow and regulate fowl in the city, with a change of course that left some shocked and even more silent as the standing-room-only crowd filed out of the council chambers.

 

Wed
13
May

Comcast staying put, CenturyLink coming in - Bulletin edition

Local cable commission talks failed Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger

Wed
13
May

Mounds View calls for ordinance to regulate chickens and ducks

Deb Nygaard with her family — husband Mark and sons Robert and Jason — pose with their chickens, ducks and dogs. Nygaard said each week her flock yields five or six eggs per bird, and that duck eggs are particularly delicious. (submitted photo)
Deb Nygaard with her family — husband Mark and sons Robert and Jason — pose with their chickens, ducks and dogs. Nygaard said each week her flock yields five or six eggs per bird, and that duck eggs are particularly delicious. (submitted photo)

At the April 27 Mounds View City Council meeting, a city resident argued that the city should take a look at changing its ordinance that prohibits residents from raising farm animals — specifically, chickens and ducks.

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