Letters to the Editor, November 23, 2022

Dilemma of Summit Ave. trail It must be a great conundrum for tree-loving bicyclists to have historic Summit Avenue reconfigured for their noncarbon-footprint agenda. On the one hand, the cyclists want more shared space for their two-wheeled transporters. On the…

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Volunteers Nov. 23, 2022

The Hallie Q. Brown Community Center, 270 N. Kent St., has received a $5,748 grant from the Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless Foundation to help increase its food storage capacity, including two new refrigerators, for its Basic…

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A closer walk with Mississippi

Proposed balcony exploits the bluff to give downtown new ways to access riverSaint Paul officials unveiled the final schematic last week for an ambitious redesign of the downtown riverfront that bridges the divide between the Mississippi and the high bluff…

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Letters to the Editor, October 26, 2022

Shrinking of the American dreamThe homes in the Highland and Macalester-Groveland neighborhoods reflect the times in which they were built. Examples include the razed farmhouse at Snelling and Lincoln avenues (now the parking lot of Sherman-Williams), which was probably the…

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