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Wis. opens early in August an era of change will begin for everyone east of the riverSome changes will happen overnight and others will take years — but they will be unstoppable according to Ellen Denzer community-development coordinator for St Croix County Wis"It will be the biggest thing to hit St Croix County since the I-94 bridge at Hudson" she saidFirst: The trafficThe most immediate change will be trafficThe multimillion-dollar bridge will replace the Stillwater Lift Bridge for vehicle traffic That 1931 bridge was adequate when Model Ts rattled across but today’s traffic routinely gets backed up for up to 30 minutes during peak timesThat’s on the best days On the worst days the bridge-lifting machinery breaks downOn June 27 anyone seven miles away in Hudson could tell that the Stillwater bridge had broken again — just by looking at the downtown congestionAlong Wisconsin 35 Bob Siebenaler noticed the spike in traffic passing his home and he knew why "That bridge has got to go" said Siebenaler who crosses the Lift Bridge every morning to buy a newspaper in StillwaterNext: The buzzAnother immediate change is the barrage of bridge buzzThe bridge has turned a piece of rural Wisconsin to a talked-about corner of the metro area "Right now on either side of the river you are dealing with a very hot market" said Bill Rubin director of the St Croix Economic Development CorpWhen people see an area as trendy growth follows said real estate broker Robson "When people perceive getting here is hard it hurts us" he saidThe buzz is peaking because after 50 years of speculation disagreement and dashed plans the bridge is built The uncertainty is over"People needed to see it before there was much excitement" said Denzer Farmers and commuters are realizing that it’s beautiful said Rubin"You could have put a (conventional) bridge there — been there done that" said Rubin Instead the low towers and clean lines of the bridge make it blend into the valley he said"It’s perfect for this special corner of the world" said RubinTwo towns ready for growthThe next wave of change will come not on nearby land but in the next-nearest towns When the new roadways open Somerset with 3700 people will be seven miles from the bridge and 8700-population New Richmond will be 15 miles awayBoth cities have water and sewer service that developers need Both already have residents who commute to the Twin Cities and live in urban-style housing which will make it easier to add moreBoth have a pro-growth attitude "We are a welcoming community" said New Richmond Administrator Mike DarrowIt’s futile he said to try to halt growth"What if you said Woodbury is not going to be Woodbury Or Maple Grove isn’t going to be Maple Grove" said Darrow"Things are going to change We have to be ready for whatever the change is"What about the farmlandThe last changes will be to the farmland near the bridgeRural communities generally want to preserve family farms and scenic vistas So they discourage high-density growth by not offering city sewer and water serviceThe Town of St Joseph which includes most of the area to the east of the bridge has put up an an additional obstacle: lots must be at least 3 acresIf growth can be controlled said town chairman Tom Spaniol then the bridge will be welcome "Commuters will be very happy" he said "We will be happy too"Standing on her back porch Mary Gilbert surveyed her farm as she petted the family cat She was asked what benefits the bridge would bring and could think of only one: "We won’t have to go to Stillwater"She and her neighbors would not she insisted sell land to developersBut St Croix County’s Denzer has heard that beforeDenzer said that when farmers retire the temptation to sell can be overpowering Their resistance eventually crumbles as the price of land skyrockets traffic increases and builders arrive with multimillion-dollar checksIn fact the first signs of growth in St Joseph have emergedDavid Heil is expanding his Badger State Storage buildings by 25 percent because the business is near the bridge"We are tapping into that Minnesota money" said Heil owner of the State Storage GroupAnother harbinger might be Orchards of St Croix in Hudson a Hartman Homes development for 21 homesWhat big advantage is mentioned first on the project’s website Not the gorgeous homes apple trees or the 3-acre wooded lotsIt’s the fact that it’s the "closest wooded acreage available" to the new bridge — even though the bridge hasn’t opened yet"Absolutely" said town chairman Spaniol "We are going to be seeing more of that" among other things."I suspect that we’ll probably be meeting in the not too distant future to discuss the arms race to discuss the arms race which is getting out of control but we will never allow anybody to have anything even close to what we have" Trump said Russia has received global condemnation after Britain blamed Moscow for the recent nerve agent attack that sickened Sergei Skripal and his daughter Russia has denied the accusation? A lawsuit may have little merit besides making some noise. The Republicans’ response could very well depend on what the President does,D. farmer to pay a $10000 fine and serve five years probation for a misdemeanor offense of draining a federally-protected wetlandLast week in a felony case Senechal presided over the arraignment of a Minnesota woman charged with conspiring with four others to deal methamphetamine Senechal told the woman she faced not only a possible sentence of life in prison but a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years if convictedRe-appointmentAs a part-time magistrate judge Senechal is allowed to practice law A partner in the Robert Vogel law firm just a half-block from the Grand Forks federal courthouse Senechal specializes in medical malpractice and personal injury cases She’s a Rugby ND.

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