An Open Letter to The Highland District Council, Ward 3 Council Member Christ Tolbert and the St. Paul City Council: Sustain Ward 3 is a local group of concerned St. Paul citizens who support the Ford Site Zoning and Public Realm
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
Thank you for supporting the Ford Site plan! Because of the huge response and requests for signs and the tight deadline between now and the City Council vote (presumably on September 27 at this point), Sustain Ward 3 is no
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
Our own Nate Hood wrote this column for Strong Towns A new redevelopment plan for an empty site in St. Paul, MN has pitted neighbors against neighbors, and blurred the lines of typical narratives that explain opposition to urban development.
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
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
Source: The Ford Site Debate is Also About Equity | streets.mn Robert Wales Rob lives with his fiance in Highland Park with their two dog-sized cats. He is an avid bicyclist and musician.
“The city has a unique chance to create an urban village in Highland Park.” Source: Plan for St. Paul Ford site zoning plan merits support – StarTribune.com Sustain Ward 3
What were you doing ten years ago in 2007? Were you eagerly awaiting the very first iPhone or watching the new movie Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix? I was raising a preschooler and a first grader and
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,