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Metropolitan Council

390 Robert St. North

Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55101

United States

Company Description

The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning organization for the seven-county Twin Cities area. The Council runs the regional bus and light rail system, collects and treats wastewater, coordinates regional water resources, plans regional parks and admini...more

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City Representative

Cottage Grove Area Chamber of Commerce


Mayor

St. Paul Park


Affiliations

City of St. Paul Park

Council Member


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Council Member


The Red Rock Corridor Commission

Member


St. Paul Police Department

Member


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Metropolitan Parks and Open Space Commission - Metropolitan Council

Sandi Dingle, Recording Secretary


http://www2.metrocouncil.org/about/ParksCommission.htm

Sandi Dingle, Sr. Administrative Assistant
sandi.dingle@metc.state.mn.us 651-602-1312


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Sandi DingleCity of St. Paul Park -- Sandi DingleSandi Dingle (Council Member) Sandi Dingle was elected to City Council in November 2005.She took office on January 3, 2006.Sandi's political and civic experience include the Citizen Advisory Committe; secretary to the Metropolitan Parks and Open Space Commission, the Land Use Advisory Committee, the Committee of the Whole; the Rural Issues Work Group; and the Metropolitan Radio Board. Sandi works as Executive Secretary in planning and growth managment at Metropolitan Council.


Metropolitan Council - News & Info - Met Council seeks applicants for Housing and Land Use Advisory Committee

For an application or questions, contact Sandi Dingle of the Metropolitan Council at 651.602.1312, or via e-mail at sandi.dingle@metc.state.mn.us.


St. Paul Park candidates face off on development, climate at forum | SWC Bulletin

The incumbent mayor Sandi Dingle faced off against challengers Andrew Cison and Patrick Downs in the Sept. 19 forum.
Dingle said she would like to see senior living options go in at Main Street, on a lot between 11th and Pulman avenues. "We're looking and planning to bring in some lifecycle housing for seniors ... We need to have that in St. Paul Park so that people don't have to move away just to be healthy," she said. Dingle suggested better public transit systems not only into the Twin Cities, but around the metro area, would be one of the best ways to cut back emissions. "The carbon footprint that we put on our greenspace (and) on ourselves by putting all those cars on the road is I think one of the biggest problems with the greenhouse gasses. ... Public transit, I think, is one of the ways we can really work help with those greenhouse gasses and emissions," Dingle said. Dingle and Downs said they were in favor of the Red Rock transit corridor at the forum; Cison said they need to "continue looking into it."


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