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Continued: West St. Paul gives trees a second look for Robert Street

  • Article by: LAURIE BLAKE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: November 30, 2013 - 2:00 PM

“I think we can hire somebody to stand there with a flashlight cheaper,” Zanmiller said.

In the time before Dec. 16, the city will consider the cost of the trees and lights and how much it might delay the project to add them at this point.

Laurie Blake • 952-746-3287

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  • West St. Paul is heading into the largest, most expensive public works project in the city’s history: the reconstruction of Robert Street. Officials and residents want the new street to transform the sea of concrete on Robert, and the city is looking for ways to make that happen by adding trees along the route.

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