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Connecting Capitol with Community

State Rep. Rena Moran (DFL – St. Paul) announced the following meetings in March to connect Capitol with Community. Moran invites members of the public to attend collaborative discussions with community leaders on the important issues that will affect our state’s future.

Monday, March 7th
Rondo Library, 461 N. Dale St.
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Topics: Education and Health Care 
Special Guests: Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Minnesota Commissioner of Education, Rep. Nora Slawik, Former Chair of Early Childhood Education
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Connecting Capitol with Community

State Rep. Rena Moran (DFL – St. Paul) announced the following meetings in March to connect Capitol with Community. Moran invites members of the public to attend collaborative discussions with community leaders on the important issues that will affect our state’s future.

Monday, March 7th
Rondo Library, 461 N. Dale St.
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Topics: Education and Health Care 
Special Guests: Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Minnesota Commissioner of Education, Rep. Nora Slawik, Former Chair of Early Childhood Education
Read more...

Connecting Capitol with Community

State Rep. Rena Moran (DFL – St. Paul) announced the following meetings in March to connect Capitol with Community. Moran invites members of the public to attend collaborative discussions with community leaders on the important issues that will affect our state’s future.

Monday, March 7th
Rondo Library, 461 N. Dale St.
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Topics: Education and Health Care 
Special Guests: Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Minnesota Commissioner of Education, Rep. Nora Slawik, Former Chair of Early Childhood Education
Read more...

Northeast resident’s appeal halts waste facility development

Northeast resident’s appeal halts waste facility developmentThe controversial City-County waste transfer station and household hazardous collection facility proposed in Northeast Minneapolis has hit a major roadblock. A group of Northeast Minneapolis residents appealed a decision of the City’s Zoning Administrator, effectively halting the planning for a proposed waste transfer facility at 340 NE 27th Avenue until the appeal runs its course.
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Portion of Sibley street closed March through July

Portion of Sibley street closed March through JulySibley Street, between Shepard Road and Kellogg Boulevard in Saint Paul’s Lowertown neighborhood, will close from March 1 through July for The Union Depot restoration, Mortenson Construction and the Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority announced recently.

To accommodate reconstruction of the train deck for The Union Depot restoration, Sibley Street will be repaved and new pilings will be installed during that period.
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MN Second Chance Coalition’s Day on the Hill

MN Second Chance Coalition’s Day on the Hill On Wednesday January 26, the MN Second Chance Coalition gathered in the State Capitol Rotunda for their ‘Day on the Hill’ to stand up for and support individuals impacted by the criminal justice system. Second Chance is a non-partisan consortium of nonprofits and companies working to raise statewide awareness regarding the barriers facing individuals with criminal records. They highlight the importance of Second Chance; and advocate for fair and responsible laws that allows people who have been through the criminal justice system to redeem themselves, fully support themselves and their families, and contribute to their communities to their full potential. Increasing employment opportunities for individuals with criminal records is crucial to their reintegration and to strengthening communities.
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North High community education program offers afterschool horticulture program

North High community education program offers afterschool horticulture programAn afterschool horticulture project/program Project Sweetie Pie (How Sweet It Is!) will be starting up at North High School in Minneapolis. Sweet potato starter plants will be grown in the green house located at the school as part of a entrepreneurial training program for youth.

Starter plants grown this spring at North High and Gordan Parks High School in St. Paul will be disseminated to other youth garden sites throughout the Twin Cities. At the end of the growing season harvested sweet potatoes will be purchased and processed into Sweet Potato Pies by Rose McGee of Deep Roots Gourmet Foods.
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