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Hudson Leighton

Spring Lake Park, MN
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5 years 28 weeks

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Posted on 11/25/14 at 05:11 pm in response to Bridge designs for Kenilworth Corridor unveiled

This is a artificial waterway, built by by the Park Board to connect a swamp (Lake of the Isles) to Cedar Lake.

Posted on 07/09/14 at 08:02 am in response to New Southwest LRT plan: Kenilworth residents will be 'disappointed'

"3. My understanding is that the Met Council plans to extend the #2 line (or some moral equivalent) to the 21st St. station."


The #25 already stops at 21st and the tracks

Posted on 06/25/14 at 04:08 pm in response to Urban rhythms and the case of the missing all-night diner

Let us not forget the Micky D's with a 24 hour drive through, don't even have to get out of the car.

Posted on 05/13/14 at 07:22 am in response to The I-35E freeway apocalypse

You will not have to worry about Pennsylvania Ave much longer, St. Paul is planning on extending Pierce Butler to Phalen and Pennsylvania Ave. will pretty much disappear.

Are the Tea Party types going to feel safe? I mean that's the dreaded "Inner City" !

Posted on 08/07/13 at 10:11 am in response to The Minneapolis skyline: Which freeway approach gives the best view?

My favorite is from Northbound 35W and about Highway 13, you hit the top of the hill and there is the Metro Area spread out below, you're almost home!

If you want to know if something in a rail-car (or truck) is hazardous all you need to do is find the UN number, It will be on a large colored placard on the side of the car near the end. Rather have it on the rail then on the road.

UN1978 Propane see also Petroleum gases, liquefied
UN1202III Gas oil or...

Posted on 02/26/13 at 08:36 am in response to Oil tanker traffic soon on the Great Lakes?

Greg Kapphahn:
Meanwhile, I just can't wait until we have the first wreck of an oil tanker in Lake Superior. I'm sure crude oil will mix right into Superior's notoriously frigid waters without leaving even the slightest trace, right?

I hate to tell you, but there are already Oil Tankers on the Great Lakes. Have been since the beginning. Also Cement carriers, Iron Ore Carriers, Limestone Carriers, Corn Carriers, Wheat Carriers.

They are all just a bunch of Fiddle Players, but those who actually play their fiddles may spend 6 figures on them.

Posted on 01/28/13 at 01:41 pm in response to In Beijing, migrants remain in the shadow of China's rise to wealth

I think you have jumbled/duplicate paragraphs