Mayor Coleman held a press conference on Friday March 28th to unveil a task force report entitled ‘Prosper: Momentum is Building’, which includes some site planning scenarios and opportuntities tied to redevelopment sites in (and adjacent to) the CapitolRiver Council District.
The media from KSTP and WCCO have already done stories that include some great visuals of the plan.
In addition the full report is available for review on the City of St. Paul website.
On March 19th the CapitolRiver Council’s Board of Directors passed a resolution requesting that the City of St. Paul investigate the addition of film projection equipment in their Palace Theatre renovation project.
The board’s action has now landed on the front page of the Pioneer Press on Monday March 24th.
The Palace Stage today:
The City’s vision of the space:
The basics of the City’s Palace Theatre renovation project can be seen in this October 28, 2013 Pioneer Press article.
Students from Augsburg College are working with the City of Saint Paul and the CapitolRiver Council to better understand how the St. Paul skyway system is currently used by downtown residents, workers and visitors, what kinds of issues people experience, and how the skyway system can be improved in the future.
The students held two public forums on March 11th and March 13th and would like to extend thanks to all who attended. If you couldn’t make it to either forum, your input can still be directed to them via email@example.com
2,000 volunteers – 1,000 board/committee members – 10,000 email subscribers
Tip your cap to … yourself and your neighbors and coworkers. Those are numbers highlighted in the 2013 District Councils Annual Report issued by the City of St. Paul, and they show that the District Councils are engaging a huge number of people in their efforts to make St. Paul reflect the needs of its people.
The full annual report can be accessed here.