Arden Hills

Tue
17
Sep

City’s only tobacco store sues Arden Hills over ban on flavored products


Arden Hills Tobacco, the city’s sole adult-only tobacco store, is suing the city over a recently-approved ban on the sale of flavored tobacco and nicotine products set to go into effect Dec. 31. The business, located in the 3600 block of Lexington Avenue, has operated in the city for over a decade. (file photo)

Arden Hills Tobacco filed suit against the City of Arden Hills Sept. 9, asking that a new ban on the sale of flavored tobacco and nicotine products be declared void. 

Wed
24
Jul

Tax breaks on table for mixed-use Roseville development


The Boaters Outlet site, as it’s called by Roseville city officials, between Fairview and Snelling avenues on County Road C, could become a mixed-use development of housing and retail. Though still in the early planning stages, the Roseville Economic Development Authority voted July 15 to support the redevelopment with $7.5 million of tax increment financing. (Mike Munzenrider)

The Roseville Economic Development Authority voted July 15 to back city financial support for a proposed development that would turn a forgettable stretch of County Road C into mixed-use housing and retail.

Wed
24
Jul

‘A little less than neighborly’


The North Oaks maintenance center’s north gate, situated at city limits, opens onto Turtle Lake Road in Shoreview. Residents across the street say they’ve seen a marked increase in maintenance center traffic exiting the center, using a Shoreview road, and then reentering North Oaks over the last couple of years, including a large amount of construction vehicles during a recent project in early July. (Bridget Kranz)

Shoreview residents irked by North Oaks truck traffic

 

Wed
24
Jul

McCarrons beach remains closed due to E. coli


The beach at Lake McCarrons County Park was closed as of July 10 due to high levels of E. coli bacteria in the lake water, and will remain closed at least until July 24. (Mike Munzenrider)

Ramsey County closed its guarded beach at Lake McCarrons County Park on July 10, and according to a county official it could be closed for some time.

Wed
24
Jul

Affordable housing advocates hope to join TCAAP lawsuit


The Alliance for Metropolitan Stability hopes to join a lawsuit against the City of Arden Hills over the redevelopment of 427 acres of vacant land in the city. The organization claims that by not planning for adequate affordable housing at the site the city has violated the federal Fair Housing Act by effectively excluding families of color. (file photo)

Advocates claim Arden Hills violated Fair Housing Act

Mon
13
May

Ramsey County sues Arden Hills over TCAAP


The Rice Creek Commons development will cover 427 acres of the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition plant, on land in Arden Hills that is currently owned by Ramsey County. (file photo)

County wants out of joint powers agreement

Mon
05
Nov

Banks, law enforcement, raise red flag on phone scams

The shocking details just kept piling up: the woman’s grandson was in jail in New Jersey, he’d been charged with DWI and had hit a pregnant woman with his car.

Mon
05
Nov

Lauderdale ups tobacco purchase age

Arden Hills takes look at age increase this month​

The Lauderdale City Council voted last month to raise the tobacco sales age in the community from 18 to 21, joining more than a dozen Minnesota cities in doing so.

Tue
30
Oct

Arden Hills welcomes National Guard headquarters


submitted photo Among others, Red Bull Brig. Gen. Lowell Kruse, U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum and Arden Hills Mayor David Grant broke ground Oct. 15 on a $40 million Minnesota National Guard Red Bull Infantry training facility in Arden Hills. It’s slated to be completed in 2020.

The Minnesota National Guard broke ground on a new headquarters in Arden Hills Oct. 15.

Mon
29
Oct

RAHS expansion and upgrades, $67 million worth, are underway


Mike Munzenrider Students broke ceremonial ground Oct. 24 on the near $67 million worth of work that will renovate and expand Roseville Area High School over the next three years. The work began in earnest on the other side of the building in September, with crews ripping up the school’s tennis courts to make way for a new science wing.

On a crisp Oct. 24, nine Roseville Area High School students donned hard hats and used gold shovels in a groundbreaking ceremony marking the beginning of three years of renovation and expansion work at their school.

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