The regular Board/ General Meeting of the Columbia Park Neighborhood Association will be held Monday October 15, 2018 at 6:30 pm at the Columbia Golf Manor 3300 Central AV NE.
For reasonable accommodations, alternative formats, translation services or the accessible entrance opened please contact CPNA staffer Liz at 612-390-3735. People who are deaf or hard of hearing can use a relay service to call.
6:30 – Call to Order for Board Actions
6:31 – Approval of the Agenda
6:35 – Approval the Minutes for CPNA meeting Monday September 17, 2018
6:39 – Treasurer’s Report- Receive and File
6:45- Open Time
6:59 – General Meeting
7:00 – Old Business
Revisit the most current proposed park plan for Architect Triangle and other parks with Rich Waryan and Commissioner Meyer.
7:45 – New Business
7:50 – Crime and Safety Update
7:58- Items for next meeting agenda
7:59 – Announcements/ Communications
Park and Recreation Halloween Events
Tiny Tot Halloween Party
Friday October 26, 2018 10am-noon
Logan Park (13th and Monroe)
Logan will be hosting a Halloween Party just for the little ones. Dress in your favorite costume and be ready to party! Activities will include; open gym, bounce house, face painting, art project, healthy snack and treat bags. This party is for children under the age of 6. Please pre-register.
Beltrami Scare Wrath of the Goat (at Beltrami Park but put on by the neighborhood association)
BeltramiScare is back and we’re hoping to make it the spookiest year ever!
We will have the haunted park tour and magician. The park tours are in two parts: all ages and 15+. We want to make sure we can put on tours for little ones and their families that are age appropriate, followed by tours for teens and adults who can handle a little more creepiness.
5:30 – 6:00 – Magician Show at the Beltrami Park Building
6:00 – 7:00 – All Ages Haunted Park Tour
7:00 – 8:00 – 15+ Haunted Park Tour
Suggested Entry Fee – $2
If you’d like to volunteer as a ghost or ghoul for the haunted park tour, please sign up on our SignUp Genius here: https://goo.gl/id4SZF
Everyone is also welcome to participate in two decorating events held in the weeks leading up to the event. This year’s project will be paper mache masks and other spooky creations for the park. The first evening will be for making the paper mache creations, the second evening will be to paint them.
Friday, October 20th, 6-8pm – Paper Mache + Kids Craft
Friday, October 27th, 6-8pm – Painting + Kids Craft
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM @ Windom Park NE
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM @ Bottineau Park
NE Tool Library Pumpkins and Power Tools Event
Sunday, October 28, 2018 from 2-5pm
Tattersall Distilling 1620 Central AV NE #150
Okay, we know you’ve cut open your fair share of the orange squash using kitchen knives, but how about drill bits, center punches, drywall saws and whatever else is lying around the shop??
Come join us at Tattersall Distilling to carve up some pumpkins, have a delicious seasonal cocktail and share a few laughs!
$8 per pumpkin, $20 for 3 or a family.
Nobody will be turned away for inability to pay.
We’ll have the pumpkins, templates, carving ideas, preservation tips and, of course, all the tools you’ll need! More info at https://www.facebook.com/events/502143610261007/
Meet with Your Council Member
Council Member Kevin Reich is always available to meet with Ward 1 constituents and discuss matters of concern to them, either at City Hall or at a convenient location in the Ward. Feel free to contact the Ward Office at 612-673-2201 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment. You can also meet with Kevin at one of his monthly constituent meet & greets. Here’s the October schedule:
Does NE need an ARTS CENTER?
HATCH is a committee of artists and community organizers convened by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. This committee has been meeting since the Summer of 2017 to explore the feasibility of establishing a NE Arts Center. What that means exactly is still being decided.
Does the Northeast Arts District need an art center? What do you think are the greatest needs in Northeast?
Please take a few minutes to fill out their tenquestion survey:
Visit the HATCH website to learn more or attend their upcoming events at: sofie1.com/intro
FALL Street Sweep Begins October 23rd
Minneapolis Public Works will begin the big task of curb- to-curb sweeping and leaf collection on streets through- out the city on Tuesday, Oct. 23. During the four weeks of the comprehensive fall street sweep, crews will clean about 1,000 miles of city streets. To make sure crews can do the best job possible, temporary “No Parking” signs will be posted at least 24 hours in advance so streets will be clear of cars when they’re swept. The first signs will be posted Monday, Oct. 22, and sweeping will begin the next day. Anyone who parks on the street will need to follow posted parking rules or their cars may be ticketed and towed.
Ways to stay informed of the parking rules: • “No Parking” signs – City crews will post “No Parking” signs at least 24 hours before sweeping any streets. Parking will be banned from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the day a street is swept. The “No Parking” signs will be removed as soon as possible after a street has been completely swept to allow people to resume parking. Vehicles not in compliance with “No Parking” signs may be ticketed and towed to the Minneapolis Impound Lot. • Social media – The City will use Facebook and Twitter to post periodic street sweeping updates and information. o Facebook: To “like” the City of Minneapolis Facebook page, go to www.facebook.com/cityofminneapolis. o Twitter: To follow the City’s Twitter account, go to www.twitter.com/CityMinneapolis. • Phone calls to residents – In addition to the “No Parking” signs that will be posted the day before sweepers come through, the City will make about 3,000 automated phone calls each evening to let residents know their street will be swept the next day. There’s no guarantee that the calls will reach everyone, so residents should be sure to check the various ways to be aware of the rules and watch for signs. • Interactive web feature – Folks can use a feature on the City’s website to find out when the sweepers are coming through their neighborhoods. The tool will be available at www.minneapolismn.gov/streetsweeping once we get closer to the start date. The fall street sweep takes four weeks, and visitors to the website will be able to find out which week their street is scheduled to be swept. Then, on the weekend before each of the four weeks, the schedule for the upcoming week will be broken down to show which day of the week streets are scheduled to be swept. • Videos – Street sweeping is explained in English, Hmong, Somali, and Spanish as part of a series of short videos that can be viewed at www.YouTube.com/cityofminneapolis.
Nordeast Big River Brew Fest
Saturday, October 20, 1 – 4 p.m., East Side Neighborhood Services, 1700 2nd St NE. Enjoy food, live music and beer samples at this event to benefit the programs of ESNS. Visit http://www.esns.org/NordeastBigRiverBrewFest for more information.
Minneapolis Small Business Team Office Hours
Tuesday, November 6, 3 – 5 p.m., Northeast Library, 2200 Central Avenue NE. Small business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to stop by for a free consultation, help navigating City processes, and more.
Daylight Savings Time Ends Sunday November 4th Fall Back an Hour!
Don’t forget the November 6 Election