Five of the eight active candidates have figured out a definition of progressive that makes the label fit their politics.
But council members debate 36,000 square feet of space at the far end of the development’s proposed park.
Other candidates for mayor in Minneapolis send out news releases, but Winton does a lot of news conferences.
Many details of the agreement in principle, though, still need to be finalized.
“The Minneapolis Fire Department is not meeting its own standards to protect the safety of the public,” said Firefighters President Mark Lakosky.
Like the accountant she is, she looks at “return on investment” as part of her decision-making process.
St. Paul officials had tried to stop the state’s takeover, but a judge wouldn’t grant a temporary restraining order. The city vows to continue the fight.
The walls of the three-story, concrete Gillette building will come tumbling down over the next three months.
There’s no shortage of candidates looking to fill out the last two years of Melvin Carter III’s term.
Ash trees are a major part of the city’s urban forests, with 38,000 on public land and an estimated 175,000 on private property.
Held in the newly refurbished depot’s Red Cap banquet room, the Friday ceremony is a kickoff for the annual Rondo Days festival.
Como sent 4,002 toad tadpoles to Wyoming last month, via FedEx, as part of the national breeding program to save the nearly extinct species.
The city’s Park and Recreation Board is cautioning “opportunistic firewood seekers” against raiding the debris piles.
Public hearings next month will address whether voters should be asked if they prefer public ownership.
Rachel Construction of St. Michael has been hired by the general contractor for demolition work.
The 6:30 p.m. event will be streamed live at the UpTake.
He fought city hall for years but now will serve as Ward 1 council member until November, when voters will select a replacement for Melvin Carter III.
Disappointing convention results prompted him eventually to drop out of the race and endorse fellow City Council Member Besty Hodges.
The next City Council could have a seven-member majority of first-term office-holders.
Capt. Rick Zech, a 29-year fire department veteran, receives the award, which is named for the late City Council Member Karl Neid.