Minnesota Neighborhoods Suffer Impasse: Street Flooding, High Winds, Damaged Infrastructures

Jul 12

Minnesota Neighborhoods Suffer Impasse: Street Flooding, High Winds, Damaged Infrastructures

Severe summer storms have been wide-ranging across many cities, including the neighborhoods in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Residents of the Twin Cities and other communities have spent many days cleaning up debris and repairing damaged roofs due to the recent flooding and structure damage from high winds and heavy rains.  Hundreds of other households, mostly to the...

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Improvements to Water Pipes: Minneapolis and St. Paul

Jun 16

Improvements to Water Pipes: Minneapolis and St. Paul

St. Paul is one of the many cities taking impactful measures in the prevention and reduction of lead levels in pipelines. It is expected that the city will have the last lead pipes out within 20 years, as research shows there is no safe level of lead.  The Utility plant has worked to actively raise the water’s pH level allowing a thin coat of scale to form...

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Sewer Pipe Rehabilitation Advisory for Minneapolis Suburb

May 09

Sewer Pipe Rehabilitation Advisory for Minneapolis Suburb

The City of Austin is in the process of rehabilitating their streets and sewers. The $1.8 million project is about three miles long, from Interstate 90 to south of 11th Avenue Southwest. Work being done will include removing a layer of roadway and replacing it with a fresh layer of blacktop, while also improving 72 pedestrian ramps and replacing several storm sewer...

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Matt’s Plumbing Solutions: Minnesota’s Front Runner

Apr 27

Matt’s Plumbing Solutions: Minnesota’s Front Runner

If you live in Minnesota, there’s a plumber you should know of. Matt’s Plumbing Solutions services Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding areas throughout the state. He is highly favored for his expertise and level of understanding when plumbing services are required. Matt has skillful mastery in both home and business plumbing solutions for bathroom and kitchen...

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St. Paul’s Spring Events and Outdoor Cleanup

Apr 22

St. Paul’s Spring Events and Outdoor Cleanup

Minnesota, spring is here and there are some fun events for you to participate in! The Thomas Irvine Dodge Nature Center is inviting garden enthusiasts to showcase spring and summer flower gardens that visitors to the nature center can revel in. This volunteer project will involve some clean-up, weeding, mulching, rock formatting, and some planting. This event will...

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The Twin Cities Outline for Solar Advancements

Apr 19

The Twin Cities Outline for Solar Advancements

When strolling through downtown St. Paul, you will witness numerous corroborations on behalf of sustainability. The range of progression includes sewer rehabilitations, throughout the city, renovations of large-scale buildings, complexes and district systems.  After being awarded a $1 million grant, St. Paul is embarking on a project which will install solar thermal...

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Itasca State Park and Small Town Sewer Proposals

Apr 12

Itasca State Park and Small Town Sewer Proposals

Itasca State Park located in Park Rapids, established in 1891, is Minnesota’s oldest state park.  It attracts more than 500,000 visits annually. Today, the park totals more than 32,000 acres and includes more than 100 lakes.   As the city celebrates 125 years of Minnesota State Parks and Trails, it has also begun surveying infrastructure upgrades and...

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