City of Anoka
Police host training for landlords
In an effort to reduce crime, illegal drugs and nuisance activities in rental communities, Anoka police will host training for landlords and property managers.
The Crime Free Multi-Housing Training session will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on March 27 at the Public Safety Center, 275 Harrison St. in Anoka. For registration information, visit the city’s website at http://www.ci.anoka.mn.us/.
Crime mapping available online
Crime-mapping information from the Coon Rapids Police Department is available online and via mobile apps for iPhone and iPad. The crimes that currently are mapped are: homicide, aggravated robbery, commercial and residential burglary, aggravated (felony) assault, felony theft and arson.
The information can be accessed at www.coonrapidsmn.gov or at www.raidsonline.com .
The city notes that residents can view a map and grid of crimes in their area and sign up for neighborhood watch reports that automatically e-mail recent crime activity.
EPA sets up website for Superfund sites
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has launched a website that provides information about Superfund sites in Fridley. It can be accessed at http://www.startribune.com/a2089.
Spring registration for Camden Music School
Registration begins Thursday for spring classes at Camden Music School in Minneapolis. Spring term will run from April 8 through June 15.
Vocal and instrumental lessons are available for people of all ages. Spring scholarship applications are due by 5 p.m. Thursday, March 28. The school operates at two locations: Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, 3751 Sheridan Av. N., in the Camden neighborhood; and Graces Center for Community Life, 1500 6th St. NE in northeast Minneapolis. For further information, call 612-618-0219 or go to www.camdenmusicschool.com .
Home Improvement show set for March 23