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Minnehaha Ave Bike Lane Moves Ahead: With Reservations

The County’s plans for the Minnehaha Avenue reconstruction, slated to begin in 2015, has passed through the Transportation and Public Works Committee and is now moving on to…

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GOP Moving to Seward

The Republican Party of Minnesota is moving to Seward. According to MinnPost, the GOP’s headquarters will be relocating on January 31st to 2200 E. Franklin Avenue (Pizza Luce…

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Snow Emergency Declared

And so it begins – Minneapolis has declared a snow emergency, with parking restrictions in effect beginning at 9 p.m. tonight (Dec 4, 2013). Snow Emergency Parking Restrictions…

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Landscaping Restoration Planned for Hiawatha Avenue

The County is planning on restoring the landscaping on Hiawatha Avenue between 32nd Street and 46th Street. Tonight will be the first of two open houses where residents…

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Minnehaha Ave Plans Postponed: Committee Wants Further Review

In a turn of events, the City’s Transportation and Public Works Committee decided to postpone their approval of Hennepin County’s plans for Minnehaha Avenue until December. Earlier in…

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Yard Waste Pick-Up Extended One Week

You’ve got one more weekend to clean out garden beds and rake up leaves. The City has decided to extend yard waste pick-up by one more week. The…

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Minnehaha Ave Public Hearing: Tuesday

Representation of what Minnehaha Avenue might look like after the reconstruction. The County has not yet set in stone what features the enhanced bike lanes would have –…

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Election Results – Ward 2, 6, 9, & 12

The initial results are in from Tuesday’s election. As of 10/5/13 at 10 p.m. all of the following precincts have reported their results. Ward 2: Cam Gordon has…

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Your Complete Election Day Prep

Here are some resources to make sure you’re set to cast your ballot tomorrow (Nov. 5). Polls will be open from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Are you…

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Ward 12 Candidates Respond to Audience Questions

On Saturday, October 19th, Ward 12 City Council candidates participated in a forum. You can see the entire event online or read a Star Tribune recap. We weren’t…

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