T Shirt Sign up!

We are now taking sign ups for anyone interested in a Sustain Ward 3 t shirt. You can show your commitment to making sure Ward 3 Saint Paul invests in a sustainable future and look good doing it. T Shirts are $15 which covers the cost of the shirt. This isn’t a fund raiser. We…

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City Council Votes Yes on Ford Site – Press Release

Sustain Ward 3 Press Release Council Votes Yes On Ford Site Plan Today the Saint Paul City Council voted 5-2 to approve the Ford Site Zoning and Public Realm Master Plan which rezones the former industrial site into an opportunity for future generations of Saint Paul residents to work, live, and play. Sustain Ward 3…

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Council Says Yes to Greater Density on Snelling Ave

In a 6-1 vote, Saint Paul City Council approved the the plan to rezone Snelling Avenue South from Midway to Highland Park to incorporate multi-unit mixed use development. The plan calls for the rezoning of approximately 20 percent of the study area from Residential to Traditional  Neighborhood which means more dense mixed use commercial and…

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Letter and Comments Talking Points for Ford Site

With public comment opportunities coming up such as the Ward 3 Town Hall , City Council Public Hearing,and the opening of the  City of Saint Paul Public Comment portal Sustain Ward 3 wanted to put together a list of talking points for letters, comments and submissions so that we can share our support for the Ford Site Zoning and Master…

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Growing Support for Ford Site Zoning and Public Realm

Now that the Saint Paul City Council will finally vote on its approval (based on conversations this should occur in September 2017), we thought it would be a good idea to round up all of the organizations that have endorsed and support the plan so far. Saint Paul Planning Commission Star Tribune Metropolitan Council Highland…

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St. Paul Mayoral Candidates Ford Site Questionnaire

In April Sustain Ward 3 contacted mayoral candidates Melvin Carter, Elizabeth Dickinson, Tom Goldstein, Pat Harris, and Dai Thao and presented them with a questionnaire about their vision for the future of the Ford Site redevelopment. As of May 19, 2017 only Elizabeth Dickinson had submitted a response. [Update: May 20, 2017 ] Melvin Carter…

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