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Five scenarios being studied for Hiawatha Golf Course: • Alternative 1 - Existing Conditions: 18 hole golf course, current pumping; affects one house • Alternative 2 – No groundwater pumping, … more
Park Board, City enter phase two of investigation and hope to find preferred solution to water issues at golf course By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN If the level of Lake Hiawatha were lowered, would that … more
Staff will evaluate pilot project after eight weeks to see if it is helping Lake Hiawatha reduce its drainage debris By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Will a floating yellow curtain help with the trash problem … more
Neighborhood warned about possible flooding; MRPB collecting basement elevation numbers from nearby homes By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Turning off the pumps at Hiawatha Golf Course may flood 9-18 homes … more
(Photo above) Standish-Ericsson residents Sean Connaughty speaks to the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board on Mar. 16, in favor banning Roundup. He was one of 40 people who attended the meeting … more
Residents learn about the factors affecting water quality, and discover poisons and chemicals from trash aren’t being measured Article and photos by TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN How healthy is Lake … more
Ryan Seibold stands next to Minnehaha Creek near where it currently empties into Lake Hiawatha. Given the water issues at the Hiawatha Golf Course, which at some points lies about 4 feet lower than … more
Planners seek to individualize neighborhood parks and offer diverse activities within entire service area By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN In the coming years, you’ll see fewer tennis courts and baseball … more
The groundwater pumped out of golf course per year equals 15-16” covering entire 640-acre Nokomis-Hiawatha Regional leaves MPRB with more questions and puts golf course improvements on … more
Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on Sept. 15 will re-imagine Hiawatha Golf Course and help fix garbage problem By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Since May, Standish-Ericsson resident Sean Connaughty has removed … more
Because of flooding, the Hiawatha Golf Course will remain closed until 2017. The course was built in 1929 and opened in 1934. The course was created on the west shore of what is now Lake Hiawatha by … more
Last chance for public to give input during 45-day review process or January public hearing By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Today, 10% of the Nokomis-Hiawatha Park is natural and the rest is turf grass. … more
Residents review two plans during an open house; comments will be reviewed by the community advisory council   By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Changes are coming to Lake Hiawatha and Nokomis parks, and … more
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