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The capital city has never plowed alleys, and is asking residents whether that should change.
St. Paul native Nick Ballas has bought the store at Snelling and Grand avenues and renamed it Next Chapter Booksellers.
Some residents have opted not to pay their bills as a form of protest against the city's new organized collection system.
Clunky transition has review committee working to gain trust of St. Paul residents.
Many who oppose city hauling aren't paying.
The transit agency's proposal would cut service between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. weekdays.
A public hearing will take place Wednesday at City Hall.
Residents of the area, along with their elected officials, pushed the city to bring parks and recreation programs back to Highwood Hills, which was shuttered in 2008. The major turning point came in August, when Carter announced he was allocating $200,000 in his 2019 budget for Highwood Hills.
Public works crews have built the barriers along the Mississippi River downtown.
As city and county officials enforce codes designed to keep residents safe, they often confront mental and physical disabilities, aging and poverty.