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HOW CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION? Contact the Promotions Committee Email: [email protected] Regular mail: Promotions Committee 1666 Coffman Condominium Association 1666 Coffman Street Falcon Heights, MN 55108-1330. Fax: 651-647-4370. Call the office: 651-644-4541. The Board-appointed Promotions Committee arranges tours upon request and follows up on inquiries.
HOW ARE COSTS ASSESSED AT 1666 COFFMAN? • Based on square footage of the unit, a monthly fee is assessed that includes heating, air conditioning, water, sewer, trash removal and recycling, insurance on the building, contingency and capital reserves, professional management and building maintenance indoors and outdoors, and access to the Garden Terrace Dining Room. … Continue reading How are costs assessed at 1666 Coffman?
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE 1666 COMMUNITY? First and foremost, a 1666 resident does NOT have to be retired. We welcome you, actively working or actively retired. An eligible buyer is a current or former University of Minnesota faculty, professional and administrative, or civil service staff member (at least 55 years of age) and … Continue reading Who is eligible to join the 1666 community?
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE 1666 COMMUNITY? First and foremost, a 1666 resident does NOT have to be retired. We welcome you, actively working or actively retired. An eligible buyer is a current or former University of Minnesota faculty, professional and administrative, or civil service staff member (at least 55 years of age) and … Continue reading WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE 1666 COMMUNITY?
Aldus Manutius and 1666 Coffman by George Anderson Aldus Manutius (1449-1515) was an Italian printer and publisher who founded the Aldine Press, Venice. His publishing legacy includes the distinctions of inventing italic type, establishing the modern use of the semicolon, and developing the modern appearance of the comma. He introduced curved italic type, which replaced the cumbersome square Gothic print used at the … Continue reading Aldus Manutius and 1666 Coffman
Here’s a list of all the birds we’ve seen here, on our property and in our gardens. Click on the links to see photos we’ve taken. American Crow American Goldfinch American Redstart American Robin Bald Eagle Black-capped Chickadee Blue Jay Brown Thrasher Cedar Waxwing Common Yellowthroat Cooper’s Hawk Dark-eyed Junco Downy Woodpecker Eastern Phoebe Eastern … Continue reading Birds at 1666
Yesterday I found several Monarch Butterflies nectaring on the Joe-pye Weed that’s blooming in the hedge behind the condo.
I want to introduce you to some misunderstood plants. Most of us think of thistles as weeds – most of the ones we see along roadsides and field edges are not native and very aggressive. But there are several native thistles that are well behaved, and will even grow well in gardens. I’ve planted three … Continue reading Native Thistles
If you haven’t checked on it lately, the prairie meadow is blooming and beautiful. Here are a few photos from earlier this week.