Posts Tagged ‘Government’
A City of Minneapolis grant will bring a spruce up a number of utility boxes in an effort to decrease graffiti impacts.
Metro Transit is studying improving transit along Lake Street and/or the Midtown Greenway trench. Come out to learn more and share your insight.
Four of five candidates for the Ward 10 City Council seat discussed questions about the Wards future.
A forum with candidates vying for the Ward 10 City Council seat will take place Tuesday, March 14th.
Crossing the street and driving in Uptown may get a little bit easier over the next year, as the City of Minneapolis is in the process of upgrading its traffic light system.
A Minneapolis City Council Member is interested in re-evaluating the restrictions on outdoor merchandise displays. An initial look at some of the questions that will come up during the process.
What is holding the Suburban World Theater from finding a tenant? In my opinion, it’s restrictions on alcohol sales.
The issue of permit parking is complex, with opportunities to address parking shortages for residents and livability issues while straining on-street parking on nearby streets and privatizing a public resource.
The City will likely approve two more blocks for permit parking and one new block of parking meters in Uptown.
Props to the Star Tribune’s MPLS. blog for doing some digging and coming up with two interesting maps, one showing the few remaining spots in Minneapolis where a liquor store could legally open, and the other the City’s official master map showing eligible off sale sites and all the relevant details like zoning, buffers from […]