Friday, November 23, 2012
Mayor Sandra Krebsbach talks with city administrator Justin Miller about the city's snow emergency policies.
Mayor Sandra Krebsbach talks with city administrator Justin Miller about the city's snow emergency policies. More information about snow emergencies is available on the Mendota Heights website.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Mayor Sandra Krebsbach talks with city administrator Justin Miller.
Mayor Sandra Krebsbach speaks with city administrator Justin Miller about the property maintenance ordinanc, the city's budget for 2013 and the recent thunderstorm. "The public works have responded very well," Miller said, "clearing the public infrastructure and the park areas of the city."
Sunday, November 11, 2012
In other news from around the region, Lakeville elects a 27-year-old mayor, and Eagan's Nicholas Mrozinski advances to the top 12 on NBC's "The Voice."
You can't be in front of your computer 24 hours a day, so each weekend, Patch reviews the top stories from the past seven days. Here's a look at the stories, which first appeared on this site or those of our neighbors, that might interest you or affect your life. To read the full stories, click on the headline links. Apple Valley-Rosemount General Election Results 2012 In city council races, it was a good night for incumbents. Eastview Boys Kick To Their First State Class 2A Soccer Crown Senior Jacob Opheim scored two goals, including the game-winner in the second half, and Eastview dropped Blaine 3-2 Thursday for its first state soccer championship. How Did Apple Valley, Rosemount Vote on Voter ID, Marriage Amendments? Check out our …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
A selection of quotes from candidates for state and local office in Mendota Heights and Inver Grove Heights.
Tuesday evening, as the votes were being tallied, Patch spoke with a number of candidates for state and local office in Mendota Heights and Inver Grove Heights. The following is a collection of some of the best quotes we heard. Make sure to check out our pages on the Mendota Heights, Inver Grove Heights and Dakota County elections for more coverage. Senate candidate Dwight Rabuse (R) I feel exactly as I have for several months: I tell everyone ‘I’m not predicting victory, but I’m not assuming failure either.' ... We’ll see how much of that Minnesota Nice translates to Dwight Rabuse support. Sen. Jim Metzen (DFL) on the advantage of moving into the Capitol should the Democrats retake the Senate. We’re down where the trash[men] come down …
Friday, October 26, 2012
Mayor Sandra Krebsbach sits down with councilman Jack Vitelli as he prepares to retire.
Mayor Sandra Krebsbach talked with three-term councilman Jack Vitelli as he prepared to leave the council after 12 years of service. "Our council not only works together but it represents healthcare, business and education," Vitelli said.
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Krebsbach will face challenger Ultan Duggan on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Name : Sandra Krebsbach Age : 65 Place of residence : Mendota Heights Job titles held : Current, Executive Director of the American Technical Education Association, former Dean, Saint Paul College, Director, Partnership Programs U of M Rochester Running for position: Mendota Heights Mayor Chamber/district: Incumbent: Yes Previous elective offices : Mendota Heights City Council 18 Years and Mayor 2 years Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: none, all successful
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Mendota Heights Patch sits down with the mayors of Mendota Heights, Mendota and Lilydale for regular city updates—all in about a minute.
Police Chief Mike Aschenbrener sat down with Mendota Heights Mayor Sandra Krebsbach last week to talk sirens and summer crime (check last week's Minute with the Mayor for information about sirens). With the arrival of summer travel season comes an influx of unfamiliar faces, says the chief. Keeping items of value out of vehicles can prevent a thief that is passing through from also smashing a window and making off with your things. The chief has one other easy tip for residents: Keep your garage doors closed. Putting your golf clubs and other valuable equipment on display is an easy invitation for thieves. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Local elected officials should be able to recognize Henry Sibley's logo, author writes.
To the editor: I had the opportunity to meet Mendota Heights Mayor Sandra Krebsbach on Saturday, April 28 at the Mendota Heights clean-up day. I was dressed casually, including a red baseball cap with a large white with gold trim letter “S”. Mayor Krebsbach was one of a few volunteers who helped me unload items from the back of my vehicle. She was very friendly during our encounter and we exchanged a few pleasantries. As we finished unloading, Mayor Krebsbach gave me a sincere smile and looking up at my hat said, “What does the “S” stand for?” I paused for several seconds not knowing exactly how to respond. I was either stunned by the question or I was waiting for it to click with her. As we stared at each other and I could tell …
Monday, June 13, 2011
In a new video series, Mendota Heights Patch will sit down with the mayors of Mendota Heights, Mendota and Lilydale for regular city updates—all in about a minute.
Mendota Heights Mayor Sandra Krebsbach says in this week's "Minute With the Mayor" that a formal survey planned for next year will be developed to provide statistically valid data on what local residents are thinking about their community.
Monday, May 2, 2011
In a new video series, Mendota Heights Patch will sit down with the mayors of Mendota Heights, Mendota and Lilydale for regular city updates— all in about a minute.
Mendota Heights Mayor Sandra Krebsbach reminds residents to get a plan in place for severe weather, and announces the city clean-up day at Mendakota Park scheduled for 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, May 7.