The Edina Lid?

, September 18, 2014 | Posted in Scott Neal

Have you heard of the “Edina Lid” idea?  If not, stop what you’re doing right now and read this Star Tribune article:  “Edina looks at putting a lid on Hwy 100“. The idea of putting a highway into a tunnel …
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A Good Project Coming Together

, September 17, 2014 | Posted in Scott Neal

I snapped these two photos today.  They are progress pics of the new Braemar Field and outdoor ice rink.  Braemar Field is going to be the official name of what we formerly called the Sportsdome.  Braemar Field is a natural …
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Kidde Recalls Smoke and Combination Smoke/CO Alarms Due to Alarm Failure

, September 15, 2014 | Posted in EFD Pulse Blog

By Karen Bretson Fire Prevention Administration Assistant The Edina Fire Prevention Bureau has received notice of a recall for a popular brand of hardwired combination smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms. Please note the recall notice from the Consumer Products …
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New Student Commissioners

, September 10, 2014 | Posted in Boards & Commissions Blog

By MJ Lamon, Project Coordinator Bringing some young perspective to Edina’s Advisory Boards and Commissions are 13 new and three returning board and commission student members. One of the unique features of eight of Edina’s boards and commissions is reserving …
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WHAT?! The Aquatic Center is closed?

, September 7, 2014 | Posted in Park and Recreation

By Patty McGrath, Manager of the Edina Aquatic Center It is nearly impossible to believe that the 2014 Aquatic Center season has come and gone.  We opened on June 7 and closed on Aug. 24. It never fails that the …
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Imagine the Possibilities for Wooddale & Valley View

, September 7, 2014 | Posted in Boards & Commissions Blog

By Connie Carrino, Concord Neighborhood Resident and Wooddale Valley View Small Area Planning Team member  Daydreaming. Who doesn’t enjoy the occasional mental vacation to briefly escape reality, imagine “what ifs” or just flirt with a bit of whimsy? Turns out, …
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Fall Into The Arts Festival with Tavern on the Lake

, September 5, 2014 | Posted in Edina Liquor

With the passing of the Labor Day holiday, it really hits home that summer is over (or almost over if you go by the calendar.) But all is not lost. This is also the time for football — from high …
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The Waterworks Wilderness Area

, September 2, 2014 | Posted in Scott Neal

There’s a good story in Yesterday’s (September 1st) Star Tribune by the new Star Tribune reporter John Reinan entitled: “Minneapolis, Edina and St. Louis Park at odds over future of woodsy dog park“. The reason I think it is a …
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Get to Know the Community Health Commission

, September 2, 2014 | Posted in Boards & Commissions Blog

By Alison Pence, Chair of the Community Health Commission The City of Edina is one of the few cities in the state of Minnesota to have its own Community Health Commission (CHC). The purpose of the CHC is to research, …
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No Need to Ask Why About Rye

, August 29, 2014 | Posted in Edina Liquor

By Dave Taylor, Assistant Manager of Edina Liquor — Grandview With the NFL football regular season approaching fast, there is no doubt fantasy football drafts are happening daily. Why not spice up your season with classic recipes using rye whiskey? …
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