Elwyn Tinklenberg April 8 gave the Ramsey City Council an upbeat progress report on efforts to bring more state funding to the proposed Highway 10 interchange project at Armstrong Boulevard.
Not all the funding for the estimated $35 million interchange at Highway 10 and Armstrong Boulevard has been secured, but those who have been actively lobbying for funding from the state and federal government are confident that groundbreaking will happen this fall.
Anoka County is once again seeking state bonding dollars to help pay for the proposed Highway 10-Armstrong Boulevard interchange project in Ramsey.
Anoka County and the city of Ramsey have another $10 million to use for the proposed Highway 10-Armstrong Boulevard interchange.
To boost the chances of getting funding for the U.S. Highway 10 and Armstrong Boulevard interchange, the city of Ramsey and the Anoka County Board have approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU).
A drunk driver runs a red light at Sunfish Lake Boulevard and Highway 10, causing a multi-vehicle accident. People hurry to help the drivers, while the Ramsey Police cars are blocked from responding by a Burlington-Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) train passing through the railroad crossing.
Ramsey residents and businesses are invited to an open house for the proposed Armstrong Boulevard/Highway 10 interchange project.
After two lengthy discussions that spanned two council meetings, the Ramsey City Council awarded WSB & Associates the construction services contract on the Sunwood Drive re-alignment road project.