In case you missed some of the week’s top stories, here’s a recap.
Pizza delivery driver Jordan Simon, a Woodbury grad and student at UW-Stout, has plenty of opinions regarding the city’s traffic flow. Lots of discussion on this piece.
Part of a roof at the expansion site for Liberty Ridge Elementary fell in on two construction workers, sending one man to the hospital. He has since been released, and District 833 officials were looking into the matter.
This opinion piece about dogs at the Woodbury Farmers Market generated some conversation.
In other animal news, it’s Japanese beetle season. Do you have any tips for getting rid of them?
As one person on our Facebook page put it: He apparently didn't watch enough CSI episodes.
Another letter to the editor regarding dogs, another good round of chatter from Woodbury Patch users. (Got something on your mind? Email letters to email@example.com.)
Who else is excited about the plans for Angelina’s Kitchen?
Guiding principles for a coming mixed-use development at the southwest corner of Radio Drive and Bailey Road.
Reality TV stars in Woodbury—looked like the students really enjoyed having them in.
Pulling from a couple of police reports. Not the best day for these brothers.
Mark Porter moves on after 32 years in South Washington County Schools.
One nugget: An Oak Park Heights man called police to ask how roundabouts function after his daughter was involved in a crash at one in Woodbury earlier in the week.
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