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The Bugle is a community newspaper serving St. Anthony Park, Lauderdale, Falcon Heights and Como Park.

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    The City of Falcon Heights Inclusion and Policing Task Force is seeking input from residents and guests who visit the community in developing recommendations on how to build a more inclusive and welcoming community and develop policing practices that reflect … more

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    AARP volunteers will provide free tax assistance for low-income, elderly and handicapped individuals at Falcon Heights City Hall, 2077 W. Larpenteur Ave., on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m.-noon, through April 13. Volunteers will be able to help complete and electronically … more

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    Nine positions on the Como Community Council Board will be up for election at District 10’s annual meeting on Tuesday, April 18. The positions are: • Chair • Secretary • One representative from each of the four geographic sub-districts • … more

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    The Como Community Council board voted Feb. 21 to oppose a request from Gabe’s by the Park to expand patio hours outside the restaurant at 991 Lexington Parkway. The new owners of Gabe’s, as part of their liquor license application, … more

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    Participants in a District 10 survey overwhelmingly support a range of ideas—for changes big and small— to address traffic, bicycle and pedestrian safety issues along Lexington Parkway. More than 700 people took the online survey, the largest response in District … more

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    District 10’s Sunday Series will continue on April 2, when Sarah Weaver from the University of Minnesota’s Monarch Lab will talk about the precarious state of everyone’s favorite butterfly. Her discussion will include an overview of the monarch’s biology and … more

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    The Como Community Council board voted in February to support the request by developers of Como Park Senior Living for $18 million in tax-exempt revenue bonds through the City of St. Paul. The bonds would provide about half the funding … more

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