This Stadium Village parking lot owner near the U of M in Minneapolis is on to something. I’m keeping the precise location private for the moment so I can be the first, and likely only, investor in this amazing new pothole filling breakthrough: Pothole as landfill.
Archives for May 2011
The heavy equipment arrives soon to turn Washington Avenue into a transit mall for the Central Corridor light rail line.
Light rail boosters tout the little train as a potent economic development tool.
Photo courtesy of City of Minneapolis I took a quick glance at the weather forecast for this week and looks like prime outdoor dining/drinking weather – at least for the next couple days. Today, the Minneapolis City Council’s regulatory services committee listened to a presentation about the licensing process for bars and restaurants that want Read more →
Weather is worth worrying about. But it’s also a great spectator sport when no one gets hurt.
When Zillow reports that 46.2 percent of Twin Cities homeowners are under water, is that a trustworthy number? Does it even stand to reason?
Starting May 14, you will not be able to drive your personal motorized vehicle on Washington Avenue through the University of Minnesota’s east bank campus. It will become a transit mall.
Minnesota snagged $5 million for the Northern Lights Express, a proposed service from downtown Minneapolis to Duluth.
That’s what the RVs parked Sunday morning in downtown Minneapolis were proclaiming. California-based Family Radio says it’s May 21, just 12 days away.
St. Paul has upped tree plantings by more than half this spring.