What a Chicago boulevard can teach us about improving our land use in St. Paul.
St. Paul staff ran a first round of public engagement about ending single-family zoning. The results are promising.
Happy May Day! Today you can celebrate Spring with maypole dancing for a traditional (European) celebration, or you could observe (simultaneously, perhaps) International Workers’ Day commemorating the Haymarket uprising in Chicago in 1886 (and struggles to establish an 8-hour workday) before becoming an international holiday. Minneapolis area folks reading this early enough can hit the […]
Last week, we highlighted our “Streets to the Max” fundraising push; this week, we invite you to our 2015 streets.fundraiser – Thursday, December 17th (click over to buy tickets) to take place “[r]ight next to Holidazzle in Loring Park!” with topical bingo, a silent auction, and yummy refreshments. Streets.mn is raising funds to upgrade this website […]