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Ramsey/Washington County Resource Recovery Project Board to consider public ownership at May 28 meeting.
“These retailers are now understanding that there is opportunity in Cottage Grove," Mayor Myron Bailey said.
Memorial Day celebrations across south Washington County are attended by many and serve as a time for family members, friends, comrades and residents to remember the fallen from wars past...
Family owned and operated since 1966, Tennis Sanitation in St. Paul Park has made a name for itself in the garbage-hauling industry, and now the company is reinvesting in the brand with an expansion that will double the size of its building. The St. Paul Park Planning earlier this month signed off on a conditional use permit for the operation, 720 Fourth St., that allows a 17,000-square-foot addition. The existing business is 12,000 square feet. The St.
Ground is moving on a number of construction projects in the Cottage Grove Business Park, and Up North Plastics is following suit as it readies for an over 86,000-square-foot expansion. It is the fourth tenant to announce plans to expand in the business park within the last year, behind American Logistics, Renewal by Andersen and most recently Werner Electric. Up North Plastics, 9480 Jamaica Ave., did not return calls for comment about the expansion. Similar to neighboring businesses, Up North Plastics is seeking the green light to expand to meet growing demand for its specialty polyethylen
A normally stoic Cottage Grove City Administrator Ryan Schroeder struggled for words Wednesday, thanking those who showed up for a send-off open house at City Hall. After more than 17 years as the city's top administrative leader, Schroeder is stepping down effective May 31. “All I did was ask questions and make suggestions,” Schroeder joked. “My goal was just to approach the job with honesty and integrity. And hopefully I’ve done that.”
City wraps up shopping convention with a $2.2 million purchase agreement giving Home Depot first right of refusal privileges.
LifeLink helicopter transported one to Regions Hospital, shut down portions of Highway for over an hour.
Police ready for fifth session of hands-on course
City looks to get tougher on sign infractions with updated off-premise sign ordinance