Monthly Archives: July 2014

Precincts need election judges, including our newly revived precinct at Columbia Manor

The 2014 Gubernatorial Primary, is set for Tuesday, August 12th. As we continue to finalize arrangements, we’re short on the number of election judges needed to serve voters in the polls. Specifically, the City is looking to recruit, train, and … Continue reading

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Grass Cutting graduate work needs survey takers by July 21

Chance to help out… Madeline Leslie is a graduate student in Applied Plant Sciences at the University of Minnesota. Her thesis project involves conducting a survey in order to learn more about what lawn maintenance practices residents use most often … Continue reading

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*COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FORUMS*

*COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FORUMS* The City of Minneapolis’ Neighborhood and Community Relations Department is excited to invite you to participate in an upcoming discussion about equitable community engagement for all of Minneapolis. Please join City leaders from the Neighborhood and Community … Continue reading

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Preliminary Work Starting at St Anthony Parkway Bridge

Centerpoint Energy is beginning work on replacing and relocating gas mains in and around the bridge replacement project area. You can expect to see this gas main replacement work occurring on Columbia St, 31st Ave, California St, St. Anthony Parkway, … Continue reading

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