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Patrick Stephenson, a Minneapolis resident, peddled on his electric cargo bike from the Minnesota State Capitol, cheering as music blasted from DJ Eric on Saturday, June 17, 2023. The Joyful Riders … more
The city is poised to take a big step this spring when it enshrines zoning regulations that will guide the city’s growth for decades to come. Ward 7 City Council Member Lisa Goodman, who chairs … more
Little Free Library (LFL) is working on programs to address access to books. This includes the Read in Color Initiative, partnering with Banned Books Week Coalition, and the Indigenous Library … more
Despite an increase in the budget proposed by the mayor and with property taxes likely to increase for many property owners, only two of the nearly 100 comments received by the city so far have … more
The Nicollet Redevelopment will take down barriers that have impacted residents and local businesses.   Lake Street and Nicollet Ave. was once an intersection of two commercial corridors. … more
A goal of the 2040 plan is to encourage equitable and affordable housing, but it also creates gaps for condominiums worth over $1.3 million.   A Linden Hills proposal by Sustainable 9 for … more
Today’s Tangletown neighborhood used to be known as Washburn Park, and the high school, library and historic water tower still bear evidence of the family that transformed the space from farm … more
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