After a 14-2 ‘yes’ vote to put freight, LRT and bikes in a Minneapolis corridor, the Met Council needs consent from the city that has screamed the loudest ‘no.’
FDR and Ronald Reagan are both said to have made the most of their first 100 days in office. By comparison, how is Mayor Betsy Hodges doing?
The moratorium in several neighborhoods is expected to be canceled after the full City Council OKs a new package of citywide work rules.
Free earplugs would be supplied to bars and nightclubs under a proposal before the City Council. But not everyone was on board.
But approval came with a mandate to address employee and union complaints about the department’s working conditions.
The latest options also would delay the line’s opening at least a year and add to the costs.
A Zoning and Planning Committee vote on the matter has been delayed for two weeks.
The Minneapolis City Council committee also deals with the city’s 911 call center and re-nomination of Fire Chief John Fruetel.
A Minneapolis council committee approved the plan for a 150-room Radisson Red Hotel topped by a 200-unit apartment building.
Minneapolis crews have identified 220 intersections with histories of drain problems. So far, about 120 of them have been cleared.
The Minneapolis City Council voted to require a study of the historic significance of a piece of property needed for the project.
City officials will make that decision after assessing conditions following the cleanup of the snow predicted for Thursday and Friday.
Barbara Johnson got to see up close a successful council president: her mother.
Two of the properties needed for the hotel site were approved for demolition, while a study of possible historic significance was ordered for the third.
St. Louis Park residents and officials cite noise, classroom disruption and safety concerns in heated meeting with a Met Council panel.
The first bicycle lanes separated from vehicles by a curb will be part of the new design of Washington Avenue from Hennepin to 5th Ave. S.
In their first month, the seven new members have been scrambling to learn their demanding jobs. Several veterans offer their perspective on the challenges.
Explore MinnPost’s questionnaire and find out where Minneapolis’ new council members stand on important issues facing the city.
With seven new members, many thought there might be a change in council leadership, but here’s why the group is sticking with its eight-year president.
Since her election, she’s been consulting with council members old and new and hopes to see more coordinated leadership with parks and school officials.