Scott Mower

Scott Mower

Design Workshop: Modern Handrail Details 22 May
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Design Workshop: Modern Handrail Details

What to know about material, shape and customizable options when designing a handrail

6 Strategies for Making Color Work for You 15 May
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6 Strategies for Making Color Work for You

Color can play up or play down architecture, create a positive experience and more. Here’s how to put it to work for you

How to Borrow Light 08 May
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How to Borrow Light

You can save energy by using glass walls, windows and skylights to bring sunlight into dark areas of your home

8 Things Successful Architects and Designers Do 01 May
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8 Things Successful Architects and Designers Do

Good architects tell a story and engage the senses. They understand the rules — and know when to break them

24 Apr Scott Mower  / Published in Blog  / 0 comment

B52 Construction 360º Walk Thru

360º Look at B52 Construction Progress.

27 Mar Scott Mower  / Published in Blog  / 0 comment

Shakopee Dental 360º Walk Thru

360º Look at Shakopee Dental Construction
Inver Grove Heights restaurant is building city's first rooftop dining space 07 Mar
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Inver Grove Heights restaurant is building city's first rooftop dining space

Construction has started at B-52 Burgers and Brew in Inver Grove Heights to add a 2,300-square-foot rooftop, which will be able to seat 100 people and have its own bar space.

Restaurant Co-owner Mike McMahon said once finished, B-52 Burgers and Brew will be the first restaurant in the city with a rooftop patio. He hopes to have the space open by late June.

Lindstrom’s Hiram Lodge 287 representatives were at the Food Shelf this week in support of their “Double Your Donation” fundraiser. From left to right, Jay Albright, Jerry Rhoads, Dave Gale, Brian Hoffman, Mike Hilber and Jon Meredith. 08 Feb
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Rose Hill site OK’d to annex into Lindstrom

by DENISE MARTIN 

The former Rose Hill Resort comprised of 4.47 acres,  was voluntarily annexed into the City of Lindstrom, during the city council meeting January 19.  This is the first step towards a development project.

Sewer and water needs can only be resolved by first bringing the property into the city, Administrator John Olinger explained.

There are no engineering or design plans submitted yet, so any fine points of a sewer and water extension project are unidentified. It may also be necessary to bring in adjoining properties at some point, but this annexation is only involving three parcels, from the highway frontage road, down LeHigh Road to the resort’s lakeshore.

A good chunk of the landmass in this general area has already come into Lindstrom (clinic, bank, dental office) and Township supervisors were unanimous in allowing this expected annexation.  The orderly annexation agreement also stipulates Lindstrom pays the township two payments to ease loss of property taxes,  at $517 annually.  This is the township portion of taxes that the old resort once generated.