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Scale of public safety amendment questioned by commission work group

This article was written by Connor Cummiskey Discussions began anew on the Minneapolis City Council’s public safety amendment in Ausust, after …

Have your say on how your neighborhood gets funded Neighborhoods 2020 Comment deadline extended to September 30

The City of Minneapolis Neighborhood and Community Relations Department is proposing a new neighborhood program, “Neighborhoods 2020,” that …

Just a bit of wind damage

Just a bit of wind damage

Tornado sirens sounded, and the wind and rain poured through the seven Camden neighborhoods on Friday night, August 14. The tornado warning was …

Vote early! Your vote really does matter

We know that with the COVID-19 pandemic you might feel kinda scared to go to your polling place with a bunch of people to vote in the general …

 

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Building equity through renewable energy

Building equity through renewable energy

This article was written by Kristel Porter Given how much we all depend on electric power in our daily lives, investing in the capacity to …

Loans available for disaster relief

Hennepin County businesses and residents affected by the civil unrest on May 27 through June 8 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the …

Testing services, keeping communities safe and healthy in Camden

Wondering if you can get tested for COVID-19 on the Northside? North Memorial Health is committed to the health and safety of the community they …

 

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