In the 24 years that Lyle Clemensen and his wife have lived along the Mississippi River, he has received 14 pounds of paperwork from the state of Minnesota about potential rule changes or best practices for maintaining a riverfront property.
“Don’t be afraid to say something if you know someone is putting themselves in a dangerous situation.”
The flower colors were vibrant and the jams and pickles were plentiful at the first Ramsey Farmers Market.
The Ramsey Charter Commission is recommending that more than 60 percent of affected property owners must sign a petition before a city street maintenance project is canceled. Currently, just over 50 percent need to say no.
An Anoka County District Court judge has found a Coon Rapids man not guilty, because of mental illness, of two felony charges for a July 2013 incident in Ramsey.
A Coon Rapids attorney firm will help the cities of Bethel, Nowthen, Ramsey and St. Francis draft a joint powers agreement for a potential shared fire services program.