The city of Spring Lake Park, known for its enthusiastic civic groups, as the home of School District 16, and hotbed for a variety of athletics, will also be known as the city with the patriotic water tower this year. Spring Lake Park council officially okayed the bid of Apex Contracting Incorporated to paint the Spring Lake Park water tower the colors of red, white, and blue for the cost of $5,850 at Monday evening’s meeting.
Some may know him as a wrestling coach, some may know him as an instructor of physical education classes at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, and others could know him as a landlord or real estate agent.
A slight majority of Andover residents polled in 2006 and 2014 city surveys said a Bunker Lake Boulevard bridge over the railroad tracks is unnecessary.
With a new immunization schedule effective Sept. 1 in Minnesota, Anoka-Hennepin is working to ensure kids’ vaccines are up to date by the start of the school year.
Among the field of 16 teams that make up the Class B state amateur baseball tournament, four call the Metro Minny League home, including the Blaine Fusion and Coon Rapids Redbirds.