Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman5 hours ago

Stories like Jolon's are why I believe so strongly in Right Track Saint Paul. With 24% of Saint Paul youth unemployed, and a disproportionate number of those youth coming from communities of color, if as a community we're determined to build a generation of highly-skilled workers to transition us into...

Chris Coleman5 hours ago

Stories like Jolon's are why I believe in @RightTrackSP--when we remove barriers to opp our kids see their potential https://t.co/ucCBglhJz0

Chris Coleman7 hours ago

RT @tinaflintsmith: MN is the #2 best state to have a baby! Let's do even more by working toward paid parental leave for all new parents ht…

Chris Coleman1 day ago

#solareclipse2017 delivered some cool science & a great reminder of importance of providing equitable opp for our kids to explore the world https://t.co/HbU7hlNoSR

Chris Coleman1 day ago

Our cities are stronger together, not divided. I'm standing against hate, extremism, and bigotry. #MayorsStand4All https://t.co/oidSAonWld

Chris Coleman2 days ago

"We're going to do everything we can to fight back against hateful rhetoric" #ColeMN @SD57DFL https://t.co/78QoPjWP0O

Chris Coleman2 days ago

Beautiful afternoon for the @AFSCMEMN5 picnic--I always look forward to connecting w/ our workers and their families #betterMN #ColeMN https://t.co/1Xl0SzLjc8

Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman7 days ago

White supremacists and alt-right groups told us the president didn't mean what he said on Monday afternoon--and they were right.

In one of the most sickening displays I've seen yet, this afternoon, Donald Trump gave a full throated defense of the Nazis who called for death...

Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman1 week ago

Many Americans woke up this morning trying to come to terms with the events of Charlottesville. Thousands of Charlottesville residents set out this weekend to bear witness to the injustice on display in the city streets and use their voices to speak out against the hateful, reprehensible language being used...

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St. Paul approved an exchange with sister city Changsha, China where they are sending statues of Peanuts characters and receiving a replica of Changshas pavilion. “The garden will honor our bond as international partners, and connect the Minnesota Hmong and Hmong ancestral home of Changsha, China,” St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman said. “This gift exchange will be a symbol of our global community ties for generations to come.”

St. Paul is one of many places across the country using less water than in decades past and looking to repurpose old water storage space. As St. Paul Regional Water Services prepares to demolish the below-ground infrastructure at Snelling Avenue and Ford Parkway next year, officials are contemplating the future of the more than 4-acre site.

City staff have suggested adding athletic fields for soccer and other sports, while county officials proposed an ice rink and parking lot.