Marc Nevinski, Coon Rapids’ community development director for close to 10 years, is moving on.
Rise, Inc. recognized the Wal-Mart Store in Blaine as its Employer of the Year at its annual fundraising and awards event, Celebrate Rise Fundraising Gala, held Oct. 2 at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest.
The Ramsey City Council next month will consider a zoning change that would make it possible to continue working with a local development company on a $1.9 million land deal.
The topic of renovations at Fire Station No. 4 came up during a Sept. 17 joint meeting of the Blaine, Mounds View and Spring Lake Park city councils.
Assessment rates for properties that will benefit from planned street improvements in 2015 were approved unanimously by the Coon Rapids City Council Oct. 7.
More than 50 Blaine High School seniors slept outside the evening of Oct. 9 and went to school the next day to get some idea of the circumstances some fellow students could be facing.