About a foot of snow fell on the city Sunday.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Kris Janisch
Monday, December 10, 2012
There were several incidents on the roads and plenty of calls to public works following the storm that dumped about a foot of snow on Woodbury. No one was seriously injured in any of the crashes, most of which were vehicles going off the road or feder-benders, said Woodbury traffic officer Scott Melander. “If residents would slow down it wouldn’t be so bad driving right now,” he said. Interstate 94 was icy, with slow going for commuters Monday morning, while city roads were “in OK condition,” Melander said. Related: Major Snowstorm Hits Woodbury: Share Your Photos District 833 opted not to close or delaying school, and Xcel Energy’s outage map didn’t show any issues for Woodbury. District 834 did delay school a couple of hours. …
The governor has agreed to a June 30 GOP proposal (with conditions); Rep. Andrea Kieffer said she would “likely” support the measure.
As news broke today about a possible budget agreement that would end the state government shutdown, Rep. Andrea Kieffer said she was excited. Lawmakers planned an afternoon conference call to talk about the details, the Republican from Woodbury told Patch. Kieffer said she would “likely” support the deal but couldn’t be sure until she gets a chance to further examine the proposal. Gov. Mark Dayton has “reluctantly" agreed to a June 30 Republican budget offer, with conditions. The offer generates $700 million dollars through further school aid shifts, and issues $700 million in “tobacco bonds” to cover the rest of the $1.4 billion gap between the governor and state Republicans. The governor today (July 14) sent a letter to Senate Majority …