Celebrate the businesses, organizations, artists, and residents that make Mac-Grove a great place to live, work, learn and play. Attendees are encouraged to walk, take public transit, or bike to Mac-Grove Fest. Sustain Ward 3
This will be an important opportunity to voice support for transforming Snelling Ave into a vital and vibrant corridor with mixed use development.
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.
This event is independently hosted by Ward 3 City Councilmember Chris Tolbert. Sustain Ward 3 is inviting members of the public to attend. From Councilmember Chris Tolbert: “This is an opportunity for neighbors to learn more about the proposed Ford
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 WalesRob lives with his fiance in Highland Park with their two dog-sized cats. He is an avid bicyclist and musician.
Informational meeting for Riverview Corridor. Presentation at 5:30 Robert WalesRob 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
From stpaul.gov: Please join us to learn more about the exciting opportunity to “Reimagine the Railway” and think about new uses for the Ford Spur—a rail line that once served the Ford Motor site from downtown Saint Paul. The study