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 a training session this month 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/.
MnDOT open house on Hwy. 65 repairs
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will host an open house early next month to discuss the 2014 Hwy. 65 resurfacing and safety improvement project.
The event is scheduled for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on April 9 at the Fridley Community Center, 6085 7th St. NE. The resurfacing project will affect the roadway in Spring Lake Park and Fridley.
Mayor to fill vacancies on city commissions
Brooklyn Center is accepting applications for seats on its housing and planning advisory commissions. There is also a vacancy on the Northwest Hennepin Human Services Council advisory commission.
The mayor, with the council’s consent, appoints residents to those commissions. The city also has an opening on its charter commission, which is filled by court appointment. For more information, contact Brooklyn Center City Clerk Sharon Knutson at 763-569-3306.
3 teams reach state ‘Imagination’ tourney
Three teams from Robbinsdale Area Schools have qualified for the state Destination Imagination tournament next month. They are: the Ostriches, from Neill Elementary in Crystal; Dangerous Pie, from Lake view Elementary in Robbinsdale; and the Pink Ladies, from Plymouth Middle School.
Each team finished first in its division at the West Metro Regional Tournament on Feb. 23 at Maple Grove Senior High School.