"State of the City" Video Blog, June 29, 2018

June 29th Video Blog     This special and “short” State of the City features updates on the 4th of July activities and the July 1st St. Peter Area Veterans Memorial Dedication.  Also a reminder about parade etiquette.  Thanks for watching and be safe. We want you to watch again in a week or so!.

June 20th Video Blog     This edition of State of the City includes an update on the MN Square Park Pavilion, discussion on the Council Workshop from Monday, a bunch of great info about the Hospital, Solar Energy and the Pool. Also Todd does a shout out to a couple of “avid” watchers.

June 4th Video Blog    City Administrator Prafke talks about "the many things happening in Saint Peter this week" Traverse Green, Sidewalks, Rivers Edge Hospital, Street Lights, Swimming Pool, Bluesfest, and more….. 

January 17th Video Blog     City Administrator Prafke tries his take on a quote from Ron Burgundy. See if you can find his adaptation of that famous line. More importantly find out about Street Maintenance, Rivers Edge Hospital, Minnesota Square Park Pavilion and the weather….. he talks about the weather because, after all, we are in Minnesota.

January 5th Video Blog    What? No puppies this time. Todd read that if you have a picture of a cute puppy or a kitten people are more apt to watch your video. Will penguins do the trick? Seemed like a cute penguin might be more appropriate for this edition of State of the City. City Administrator Prafke talks about the last workshop and other updates. Let us know if the cute penguins work for you? You can find our weekly electronic newsletter at http://www.saintpetermn.gov/…/hotsheets/HOTSHEETjan32018.pdf


December 15th Video Blog     That’s not the City Administrator you're seeing, but he is behind there and will be talking about taxes in a special edition of “State of the City”. He read somewhere that if you have pictures of puppies and kittens on the video blog more people will watch so here it goes…by the way here is a link to more information about the City budget...http://www.saintpetermn.gov/sites/default/files/meetings-agendas-packets/CITY_COUNCIL_MEETING_DECEMBER_11_2017.pdf… starting on page 49… and maybe let us know if the puppy and kitty thing works