From the Metropolitan Council:
A study of transit alternatives in the Midtown Corridor recommends a combination of rail in the Midtown Greenway and enhanced bus service on Lake Street as the best long-term transit solution for the corridor.
The recommendation, known as a Locally Preferred Alternative, was approved Wednesday (2/12/14) by the Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) for the Midtown Corridor…
We are now looking for community impact statements on Cassandra Rose Peplinski. She will next be going to court on March 12 for a variety of charges including drug possession, drug paraphernalia, theft and prostitution. These charges come from her arrests in Midtown Phillips, Phillips West, East Phillips, Central and Whittier.
I have attached the impact statement request and reprinted it below.
MINNEAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT
UPCOMING BLOCK LEADER TRAININGS
One of the Minneapolis Police Department’s top goals is to increase organized blocks. Neighborhoods and block clubs work with our Crime Prevention Specialists to prevent and reduce crime. Get your block organized!
Monday, March 10th
Wednesday, April 23rd
(you need only attend one)
6:30 to 8 PM
Minneapolis Police Dept., 3rd…
County to Present Redevelopment Proposal for Midtown Farmers Market Site Attend Neighborhood’s Land Use & Housing Committeethis Thursday to hear plans
Stakeholders from Hennepin County, City of Minneapolis and the School District will be in attendance at the upcoming Land Use & Housing Committee meeting to review plans to redevelop 2225 E Lake Street. All Corcoran residents are invited to attend.
From March 5-7 and from March 10-12 the Midtown Greenway between Hiawatha Ave (Hwy 55) and Minnehaha Ave S will be closed. The closure is needed to install new transmission structures as part of Xcel Energy’s Hiawatha Transmission Project. Please follow the marked detour via the Hiawatha LRT Trail, E 26th St, and Minnehaha Ave. The trail will remain open over the weekend (March 9 and 10).
Loans up to $7,500 are available now thru use of Midtown’s NRP Phase 2 program.This was kicked off at Midtown Phillips Annual Meeting!
Property must be owner occupied1 to 3 unit buildings are eligible Interior and Exterior improvements allowed Minimum loan $1,000 – Maximum loan $7,500 Projects that include energy and/or accessibility improvements can borrow up to $8,500 2% simple interest No…
Circle of Discipline is hiring a part-time receptionist. The job description and application are attached. Interested individuals can either bring their completed application to the Circle of Discipline attn: Jeanne Montrese 1201 E Lake St Minneapolis, MN 55407 during business hours (M – F / 4pm – 8:30pm and Saturdays 10:30am – 1pm) or they can email their applications to Jeanne Montrese at montr…
Welcome to the new slate of Board Members for MPNAI!
Gamaliel Ballina: Board president
Katherine Blauvelt: At large representative
Evan Hall: At large representative
Aaron Lockridge: At large representative
Maria Valencia: At large representative
Representatives from the six different districts in the Midtown neighborhood:
1. Marj Magnuson (includes Chicago to 11th, 24th to 26th)
2. Lara Sanchez…
Here are a few notes from the Midtown Global Market:CONGRATULATIONS!
The 7th Annual Midtown Global Market Global Soup Cook-Off was held Saturday, January 18. Thank you to everyone that came out to sample and vote for their favorite, and congratulations to the winners! First Place - Jakeeno’s Trattoria, Creamy Tomato Basil Second Place - The Produce Exchange, Asparagus Leek Chowder Third…
Tuesday, March 11
Safari Restaurant and Banquet Center
Phenomenal lunch buffet
Annual awards ceremony
Board of Directors election
Marketing specialist Kris Kiel of HOLOS Creative will also present the results of her work with Lake Street businesses to transform storefronts through window displays and façade improvement. Her presentation will include a video…