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Weekly Wire June 9th

6/9/17 Weekly Wire - - Strawberry Fest - Woodbury park improvements - Tamarack Swamp Tour - Curfew - Bike Rodeo planned in St. Paul Park - Woodbury PD training - County Road 19/61 roundabout - Free outdoor movies in Woodbury - Internet safety - Woodbury Thrives Community Walk
8/23/19 Weekly Wire
- Candidate filings
- Cottage Grove Public Works Open House
- Ojibway grand re-opening
- Heritage Days
- State Fair bus
- Solar seminar
- Big truck day

Myron Bailey provides an update on the Community Center conversation in the City of Cottage Grove.

8/16/19 Weekly Wire
- Cottage Grove community center
- MPCA water meeting
- Green garden award winners
- Water, Water, Everywhere
- State Fair buses
- Woodbury Days
- Big Truck Day

Conducting an inspection of your home watering system is an important practice for maximizing water use. Audits ensure that water is applied evenly to all areas of the lawn and determine how long a system should run. Homeowners should perform a basic irrigation audit every spring as systems are charged up for the growing season. For a step-by-step guide go to https://extension.umn.edu/lawncare/auditing-home-lawn-irrigation-systems.

In this month City Update:
Ojibway Park celebration
Kids Duathlon
A new Barnes & Noble store
Gov. Walz visits the Legends of Woodbury
Shriners Healthcare for Children groundbreaking
Woodbury photo contest
2020 City budget
New bicycle playground

In this edition of the Rec Zone:
Four-Legged Frenzy: Sept. 7
Youth Volleyball: Sept. 26-Oct. 24
Mission Kids Glo Run: Sept. 20
Big Truck Day: Sept. 28
Register at Woodburyrecreation.com

8/09/19 Weekly Wire
- National Night Out/Night to Unite
- The Legends of Woodbury
- Heritage Days
- State Fair Park and Ride
- Farmer Markets
- CG Public Works Open House
- Solar Twin Cities 2.0

The city of Woodbury celebrated 26 years of Safety Camp. Safety Camp is a two-day camp where police officers, firefighters, camp leaders, and other safety experts will lead hands-on activities and presentations to teach campers a multitude of skills. Each day will include fun games and events, interactive safety sessions and swimming

John Loomis of the South Washington County Watershed District gives us a look at how the Grey Cloud Island Township Channel has reacted to the new bridge.

8/2/19 Weekly Wire
- Newport's Pioneer Day
- Barnes & Noble
- New hands-free law
- 3rd street closure
- Kids duathlon
- Woodbury Days
- Dist. 833 school board openings

The City of Woodbury is a leader in the sustainable construction movement. They are using an up-and-coming material TDA to expand its facility parking area. They will be constructing underground stormwater basins by using pervious pavement along with TDA to manage stormwater runoff. TDA is an alternative aggregate manufactured from discarded tires. Its popularity is growing because it provides many engineering and cost benefits.

The project will accommodate the city’s 2040 goals for public works expansions at 2301 Tower Drive by allowing the City to expand facility parking and properly man

Council Member Wayne Butt heads over to Modern Automotive to talk about the upcoming Lemonade Day in Cottage Grove. He also has details on Pizza Ranch and Renewal by Andersen’s expansion.

7/26/19 Weekly Wire
- Renewal By Anderson groundbreaking
- Shriners Healthcare for Children groundbreaking
- Hands-Free Law
- Cottage Grove and St Paul Park Council and Mayor filing
- Pioneer Day
- Display art at Central Park
- National Night Out

Mayor Sandi Dingle shares some updates for the City of St. Paul Park. Topics include: National Night Out, Heritage Days, the Lions Car Show, and more.

James Warrington is the Executive Chef at the Eagles Bar and Grill, which is located at River Oaks Golf Course & Event Center the City of Cottage Grove. In this Chef's Spot, he shows how he grills delicious hot dogs!

This video is about the Emerald Ash Borer. Inspect your Ash Trees for infestation. The City of Woodbury has partnered with Rainbow Tree Care to offer residents a discount on treatment options. Get more details at Woodburymn.gov/eab.

The Minnesota Hands-Free cellphone driving requirement starts on August 1. Meaning holding your phone while operating a motor vehicle is illegal. Woodbury Police Sergeant Scott Melander goes over the details of this new law.

Woodbury Works is a segment that looks at the jobs the city does daily. Join Streets Service Worker, Jim Montgomery, as he walks us through the process of repairing a crosswalk.

Reserve a park shelter at: WoodburyMN.gov

Emma Sroda clowns around with the creative team behind Woodbury's Puppet Wagon. They write and perform a new show every week. Catch them at a park near you until August 15th. Get a complete schedule at woodburyrecreation.com.

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