Congratulations to D10’s environmental activists
District 10’s Environmental Committee is a winner of this year’s Lifetime Stewardship Award from the Capitol Region Watershed District. Members of the committee have a long history of fighting for water resources in the neighborhood, especially by leading the neverending efforts to improve the quality of Lake Como. In fact, it was members of the committee who organized in 1998 and petitioned the state to create the watershed district in the first place.
The committee is also responsible for the creation and oversight of the Como Woodland Outdoor Classroom. Members and their achievements will be honored at a ceremony Dec. 16.
Como Business Network to meet
The Como Business Network will meet on Tuesday Jan. 12, at the HHH Job Corps Center, 1480 Snelling Ave., 7:30-9 a.m. Guest speaker will be Ellen Muller, the economic development manager for the City of St. Paul’s Department of Planning and Economic Development. The breakfast is free, but reservations are required.
Reserve your spot by calling District 10 at 651-644-3889 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The business network meets quarterly to connect with other Como Park businesses and to brainstorm on improving business success in the neighborhood. If you cannot attend the Jan. 12 event, but would like to learn more, contact District 10, 651-644-3889.
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