A state Supreme Court ruling invalidated Minnesota’s law on disorderly conduct in public meetings. Some Minneapolis council members say it’s time for the state to fill the legal vacuum — but after recent protests, critics say the proposal’s timing is suspicious.
Minneapolis Public Housing Authority’s Abdi Warsame says its family housing portfolio is so close to being self-sustaining — but first, the agency must slash through a multi-million dollar maintenance backlog.
An occupation-style protest against tearing down an East Phillips warehouse — and a judge’s last-minute order halting the demolition — were two new twists last week in a drama that’s lasted almost a decade.
With complaints about snow and ice already mounting with more weeks of winter ahead, some city council members are renewing a push for a municipal sidewalk-clearing program. But are residents sick enough of winter to shoulder the price tag that could top $20 million?