Heritage Days co-chair Jim Domeier told the St. Paul Park City Council Monday there may be no band for the annual street dance, or fireworks, or Sunday events if the committee can’t count on more money.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has completed an environmental review for the proposed construction of a new, fenced rail yard requested by Marathon Petroleum Co., which operates a refinery in St. Paul Park.
Concern for the size of assessments that could hit St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church plus the impact of River’s Edge development on Pullman Avenue made City Council members hesitate before ordering a feasibility report and preliminary assessment rolls for 2009 and 2011 street rehabilitation projects Oct. 20.
Marathon Petroleum Co., St. Paul Park, donated land valued at $165,000 for a new park on the St. Paul Park’s west side in addition to $50,000 to help clear and prepare the property at the city council’s Oct. 6 meeting.
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