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Sunday Summary – May 21, 2017

Looking ahead to the Minneapolis DFL conventions this summer and on to the general election in November, streets.mn is starting to compile its 2017 Voter Guide. There are already several podcasts with candidates posted and this week we publish the first Minneapolis mayoral candidate to respond to our questions, Captain Jack Sparrow. Our 2013 Voter […]

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Sunday Summary – May 14, 2017

Every Spring, there comes a day when I realize there’s shade again from the trees; that happened this week. For another Spring ritual, Stephanie Rouse takes us to The Annual MayDay Parade staged by In the Heart of the Beast Puppet & Mask puppet with many pictures, some history, and how the event carries out HOTB’s “brings people […]

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Parking on 38th Street

As previously mentioned, the current city plan for bike lanes on 38th Street is to allow parking in the bike lane from 6 am to noon in two spots near local businesses. While I wasn’t personally there to witness it, I’m told that Council member Andrew Johnson described this new plan as a “compromise” at […]

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Local Business is a Two-Way Street (with Bike Lanes)

The experience of living in a city is all about learning to share a small space with a lot of people. Nobody gets exactly the city they would prefer. The very nature of diversity means that everyone’s perfect city would be a little different than their neighbor’s perfect city. So instead we compromise. Much of […]

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The Future of E. 38th Street: Join the conversation

The Future of East 38th Street
Participate. Connect. Build.

Fourth meeting: Join the conversation — Build our future together

How can we participate together – with government, business, neighbors, and community organizations — in building our future?

For our fourth and last meeting (for now!) we will bring our past conversations about History & Storytelling, Development & Opportunity, and Local, Community & Cooperative ownership to the next level. Join us as we dig in deeper to set our work in motion on projects that neighbors have recommended for the Future of E 38th Street!

We will

* Refine past group conversations and recommendations
* Gain commitment on how to move our work forward
* Identify new topics that we have not yet discussed that are important to our work together

Refreshments provided. All voices welcome!

We look forward to seeing you! Questions? Contact the Ward 8 City Council Office at (612) 673-2208 or elizabeth.glidden@minneapolismn.gov

Corridor Co-hosts: Bryant Neighborhood Organization + Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization + Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder + St. Peter’s AME Church + 38th and Chicago Business Association + Sabathani Community Center + Arts on Chicago + Ward 8 City Council Office, City of Minneapolis + Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Park Legacy Advisory Committee + Sabathani Seniors + AARP Sabathani Chapter + Palestine Lodge No 7

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