Here’s a recap of the posts that generated the most interest on Maple Grove Patch in April. Did you catch all of them?
The announcement of Whole Foods Market moving into the former Ultimate Electronics building blew away all other posts on Maple Grove Patch in May, making it the top read post for the month. The Whole Foods Market news on Patch was “recommended” 1,000 times on Facebook and brought several comments from readers, including “I am so delighted to have Whole Foods in Maple Grove!” as well as “It's right next door to Trader Joe's. What's the point in that?”
New Maple Grove restaurant Rodizio Grill opened at The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes on April 20 as the Maple Grove’s first Brazilian steakhouse and came in as one of the top read Maple Grove Patch stories both in April and May. If you’ve had a chance to try out the new restaurant, share your review on Patch and see what others have had to say.
Another new restaurant proposed to move to Maple Grove became one of the top stories for May. Redstone American Grill’s request to remodel the Boston’s Pizza building was moved forward by the Maple Grove City Council in May. Readers had mixed responses on the potential business change, commenting: “Love it and can't wait. Redstone is one of my favorites and to have it in my backyard, well that makes it even better” and “Redstone Grill would certainly be a welcome addition to Maple Grove.” Others weren’t so happy about the proposed change, stating, “I love Bostons! Hate to see such a friendly environment be taken over by another fancy upscale place.”
Even though the 2011-2012 school year is starting to wrap up, an article titled “Parents Express Concern About ISD 279 Standards Based Grading” was one of the top read posts on in May on Maple Grove Patch. An accompanying nonscientific poll about Standards Based Grading, posted in April, has yielded 184 votes and more than 50 comments from readers by the end of May.
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