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Stories are in reverse chronological order. 

  • Updated: August 07 -
    Nancy Anselmin has been a Bloomington firefighter for 17 years.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    Every day is recycling day for organics in Bloomington.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    Bloomington is excited about the future of renewable energy.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    The City Council and Sustainability Commission partnered on an engagement event called Food for Thought @ Farmers Market June 15.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    They come for the food, they come for the community and they come early.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    There are gardeners and there are Master Gardeners. Karen Valerio puts her green thumb to task as a sustainable steward at her Bloomington home and as a Master Gardener at the University of Minnesota.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    Voters will soon get to decide whether to remove a section of the City Charter that regulates intoxicating liquor.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    The City has 97 parks, 3,700 acres of green space, 50 miles of off-road trails and 65 miles of bike lanes.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    Food, water, shelter—housing is a basic need and affordability is an essential.
  • Updated: August 07 -
    More than a year ago, the City and Nine Mile Creek Watershed District began a water quality project at Normandale Lake to reduce the amount of weeds and algae growing in the water by removing the invasive curly-leaf pondweed.

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