Local business owners and politicians heard some different viewpoints on where Minnesota should focus its transportation funding, with one speaker decrying light rail and commuter rail traffic and another saying it is a necessary part of the whole system.
On Wednesday, Aug. 6 the MetroNorth Chamber of Commerce will host a forum entitled “What’s Coming Down the Road: Transportation and Your Business.”
Blaine businesses could already call or email their elected officials, speak during the public forum at a Blaine City Council meeting or stop by Blaine City Hall Tuesday afternoons to visit with Mayor Tom Ryan.
The MetroNorth Chamber of Commerce presented four awards at its 20th annual Excellence in Business Awards ceremony Feb. 6 at the Majestic Oaks Golf Club in Ham Lake.
Tom Newland has heard a lot of great stories about what businesses do to thank veterans for their service, but it is hard to know who will help out unless asked.
For many years, Joe Spoden worked as chimney sweep, assuring folks a comfortable, relaxing respite from winter’s biting chill as they warmed themselves by the fireplace.