Roseville Rewind: A Vote on Wal-Mart, A Speclal Run and Senser Sentencing
The Roseville Council OKs a preliminary plat fora proposed Wal-Mart while a 79-year-old former Marine takes on a special run for Roseville girl with cerebral palsy.
A 79-year-old retired Marine's charity run to raise money for a Roseville girl with cerebral palsy was among the top stories of this past week on Roseville Patch.
Tom Knoll, a man of great spirit, conviction and endurance, has raised more than $1 million for charity since 1976 with his runs totaling more than 75,000 miles. Click here to see the complete report.
Meanwhile, in other significant news:
Scott Allen stepped down from his post as Roseville Area High School activities director and accepted an assignment as a full-time teacher at Roseville Middle School, the school district announced this past week. The district said it had chosen not to take any disciplinary action against Allen after completing an investigation into complaints lodged against him. Click here to see the full story in Roseville Patch.
The Roseville Council granted preliminary plat approval for the proposed Twin Lakes Wal-Mart store at its Monday meeting—a major step toward final approval for the 160,000 square foot discounter.The council approved Wal-Mart’s request by a 3-2 vote, with council members Tammy Pust and Tammy McGehee dissenting. To see the complete story, ciick here.
Amy Senser was sentenced this past week to 41 months in prison for the August hit-and-run that killed a Roseville man. Click here to see the full post.
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