June 2008

Minnesota's bridges — past, present and future

New publication chronicles the state’s historic bridges; reading on Thursday, May 22

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T-Mobile tower comes down

More than a year later, T-Mobile meets city's conditions

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Ward 2 Council Member Cam Gordon's June newsletter

Southeast Como Improvement Association, June 3 meeting

Grand Rounds route decision; Central Corridor; Dinkydome development; 14th Avenue Southeast paving?

2008 crime stats and summaries

A look at crime in the neighborhoods for the first five months of the year

Arsenic cleanup meeting, 6/11

Grand Rounds meetings, June 18, June 23, July 1

Public hearings to discuss decision on final route

Churches say goodbye to minister, music director

SNG completes audit of 2006 finances

Recommendations lead to organizational changes

Editing your garden

Tips for the gardener’s constant: weeds

Nepalese cuisine, via Southeast and Seward

Prospect Park resident opens Himalayan Restaurant on Franklin Avenue

Biking in Bridgeland

The season is the reason to roll along the river

Bridgeland authors awarded, published

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Neighborhood crime summary, May 12– June 18

June 18 murder, robberies plague university-area neighborhoods

Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association meeting, 6/17

Annual meeting; triplex opposed; Andrew Riverside housing supported; 15th Avenue Plan; Central Corridor update

Longfellow Community Council, 6/19 meeting

Framework for the Future vs. NRP; Longfellow Mural Project; NRP monies reallocated

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Prospect Park East River Road Improvement Association, June 23 meeting

Granary Road update; Stance on Grand Rounds Missing Link; "Mini-dorms"; Stadium Village development; Heated discussion over by-law changes

Seward Neighborhood Group, June 25 meeting

Franklin Avenue Planning update; Endorsement of campaign to save skating at Matthews Park; Counter-offer in NRP repayment negotiations

Residents speak out on Grand Rounds

Environment and traffic were key concerns at recent public hearing

West Bank Community Coalition June 18 board meeting

Board members, volunteers needed; Brian Coyle expansion; Bohemian Flats Day Aug. 6