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Posts related to D10 Como Park and partner programs and initiatives.

What They Meant to Say About Food Scraps

Upon further review, Ramsey County has changed its mind on what is acceptable at food scraps recycling sites, including at the District 10 community site on Beulah Lane in Como Park. After briefly banning pizza boxes, paper egg cartons, and “food-stained” paper bags, the county now says those items are again OK. So are certified compostable products (such as plates, bowls, cups, and utensils), as long as they have a “Compostable” logo from the Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) or Compost Manufacturing Alliance.

Como Kindness Comes Through for Homeless Neighbors

Como Kindness Comes Through for Homeless Neighbors During the coldest weekend of the season, Como residents shared the kind of warmth many of us take for granted. Individuals, families, church groups and more nearly filled a U-Haul with gloves, mittens, socks, blankets, quilts, hats, scarves, sweaters, coats, and other winter gear. Then we delivered all …

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4 Join Neighborhood Honor Roll

4 Join Neighborhood Honor Roll Congratulations to Rita Amendola, James Cowles, Molly Fitzel, and Olivia Morawiecki, who are the newest members of the District 10 Neighborhood Honor Roll. The new honorees were selected Jan. 19 by the Como Community Council board, based on nominations from District 10 residents. Amendola was nominated my multiple neighbors “for her many …

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