Lowry Hill East Rezoning Community Meeting Tomorrow

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Some proposed zoning changes.

As has been written about here already, the City of Minneapolis is currently considering changes to the zoning in the northern portion of the Lowry Hill East neighborhood. Council Member Lisa Bender and the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association are planning a community meeting about this project for September 7th (tomorrow!) from 6:00 to 7:30pm. This meeting will be an opportunity for homeowners, renters, city staff, business owners, and other interested residents to learn more and discuss the proposal.

Folks should meet at Jefferson Community School at 6pm near Door #2. The meeting will start with a walking tour for 45 minutes to explore areas that would be affected by proposed rezoning. After the walking tour, a question and answer session will be held in the Jefferson lunch room. Dessert and water will be available. We encourage any interested folks to come as we want to have a robust discussion and consider the proposal from many perspectives. You can find the Facebook event here. Bring an umbrella, since it might be rainy.

More information about this project, including a map and list of properties recommended for rezoning and background materials, can be found on the project’s website.

Lindsey Wallace

About Lindsey Wallace

Lindsey Wallace is a diehard Minnesotan and an enthusiastic pedestrian and bicyclist. Armed with a master's degree in public health and a bicycle, she pedals the city observing how the built environment impacts healthy choices. Lindsey works for Minneapolis City Council Member Lisa Bender and is the City Council representative on the Pedestrian Advisory Committee. When not dreaming up a future bike utoptia, Lindsey cooks dinner for friends, sews her own clothes, walks her dog, and talks to folks about biking which she writes about at bikinginmpls.com.

2 thoughts on “Lowry Hill East Rezoning Community Meeting Tomorrow

  1. Adam MillerAdam Miller

    This is an announcement without much editorial content, so perhaps it doesn’t matter that much, but for the sake of transparency we should probably have a disclaimer that Ms. Wallace is a member of Lisa Bender’s staff.

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