At last census, fiftytwo percent of SE Como's residents were college age. The local big institution is the University of Minnesota.
If distance learning really takes off, that percentage will drop drastically. Which would mean changes in local stores, bars, coffee houses, and restaurants.
Also much less change at the end of semesters, fewer beer cans among the litter, etc.
More certain changes? Signs saying "Free Wi-Fi" will be as quaint as motel signs advertising television are now.
There will be less paper litter. And unwanted telephone directories will be very, very rare.
The ethnic composition will change. There might be significant numbers of North Korean immigrants, for example.