By ARTiFactor on April 2, 2009
Can you explain how Como Park is financed? When asked to explain how various parts of Como Park are financed, Mike Hahm did his best in this “off to cuff” reply at the District 10 Community Council “Como Park Master Plan” open house at the Street Car Museum, March 30, 2009.
By ARTiFactor on March 27, 2009
The Como Park swimming pool replacement design process began with the the formation of a design task force made up of community members, city staff and external aquatic consultants. The process to design a replacement for the Como Park swimming pool began Oct., 2008. The design task force members brainstormed and voted on key concepts. […]
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By ARTiFactor on March 2, 2009
Mayor Chris Coleman commented and took questions at the Como Park auditorium about budget cuts.
By ARTiFactor on March 1, 2009
Alice Hauseman explaining how our Minnesota budget will be balanced at the Town Meeting held at the Como Park Pavilion Feb 28, 2009.
By ARTiFactor on March 1, 2009
John Lesch addressed the community at the Town Hall Meeting about the Minnesota budget at Como Park Feb 28, 2009.
By ARTiFactor on February 28, 2009
There was a town hall meeting at the Como Park Pavilion Sat. morning, Feb 28, 2009. Senator Ellen Anderson addressed the group, responded to questions, and made note of suggestions. Town Hall Meeting, Ellen Anderson from Art Oglesby on Vimeo.
By ARTiFactor on January 27, 2009
A process to replace the Como Pool Last fall the City of Saint Paul explained the process for redeveloping the Como Park swimming pool. The adjacent Woodland Classroom and McMurray Field area along with their parking and traffic needs will be included. You can learn more by clicking the link below. Como Park Swimming Pool […]
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By ARTiFactor on November 1, 2008
Como Park swimming pool is closed The City of Saint Paul Division of Parks and Recreation is planning a complete redevelopment of the Como Regional Park Pool and adjacent facilities located at Horton Avenue and Lexington Parkway in Como Regional Park, Saint Paul, Minnesota. US Aquatics and Anthony Kell Architects will collaborate with the City […]
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By ARTiFactor on October 3, 2008
Sholom Home for sale The Sholom Home at 1554 Midway Parkway is currently for sale. RS Eden is exploring development of the current Shalom Home building into an affordable, supportive, sober, permanent rental housing option for individuals. The Sholom Home sits across from the State Fair Grounds entry gate on Snelling Ave. and is a […]
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By ARTiFactor on August 8, 2008
Como Park Alliance A group of people with an interest in preserving, maintaining, and helping Como Park have created an organization called the Como Park Alliance. Their mission is: To preserve the park’s rich history and natural environment to ensure the integrity of the park for the future through partnerships, proactive activities and education. The […]
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