University Grove: A University of Minnesota Neighborhood by Rita Hanle An article appearing in the The New York Times on Thursday, January 5, 1989, describes University Grove as “St. Paul’s Architectural Time Capsule.” It is a quiet wooded corner next to the University of Minnesota campus showcasing a midwestern residential architecture. Curved streets and majestic … Continue reading AROUND 1666
On the Muses by Mary Lynn Kittelson In Greek and Roman mythology, there are nine muses who are sisters, goddesses whose father was the great Zeus. I do not know how they would feel if they knew how we have changed their status as goddesses to the neglected word “musing.” Maybe they do know and … Continue reading MUSINGS
Around the Twin Cities Nostalgia by Claire Aronson When our children were young, we tried to expose them to some of the culture of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, including the Minnesota Science Museum in Saint Paul and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Their tolerance for museums was minimal. The Minnesota Zoo was acceptable now … Continue reading Around the Twin Cities: Nostalgia
A MUSING by Mary Lynn Kittelson It takes years to calm down after retiring. While you are moving through the identity loss (if you do), finding new grooves, etc., you often find you have a great deal of calming down to do. “You can do anything” is a thunderous theme. I thought I would be … Continue reading A Musing
COFFMAN IS SMOKE FREE SMOKING REGULATION EXCERPT OWNERSHIP 11 06 APPLICATION FOR ELIGIBILITY FOR OCCUPANCY 1-15-16 COFFMANS PROCEDURES FOR ELIGIBILITY APPROVAL REALTOR & SELLER INFORMATION SO YOU’RE THINKING OF PUTTING YOUR CONDO ON THE MARKET BOARD REGULATIONS AND DOCUMENTS
HOW CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION? Contact the Promotions Committee Email: email@example.com 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