The regular Board/ General Meeting of the Columbia Park Neighborhood Association will be held Monday February 25, 2019 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.
Please do not wear heavy scents to our meetings. We are in a small location and members have allergy issues. Thank you in advance for helping make our meetings inviting to all.
6:30 – Call to Order for Board Actions
6:31 – Approval of the Agenda
6:35 – Approval the Draft minutes for CPNA meeting Monday November 19, 2018
see also draft Summary of CPNA gathering for Monday February 4, 2019 no actions taken, no Quorum
6:39 – Treasurer’s Reports- Receive and File
6:42- Open Time
6:45 – General Meeting
7:00- New Business
Alex Heller from First and First the new owners of the building at 33rd and 5th ST NE (former Charter School and others site) will be at the meeting to discuss plans for the building and any insights CPNA and neighbors can add.
Earth Day 2019
2018 year in review form
Agenda/work items for 2019
Historic Designation for Architect Triangle
Stormwater work in CPNA
Bridge Overlook Garden Maintenance
Roadside Clean Up of University with Marshall Terrace Neighborhood
Hi View Sidewalk (may involve an official NPP consider early for vote at June Mtg)
Plans for 2020 and beyond
– Old Business
East of the River Public Hearing Wednesday March 6, 2019 MPRB HQ 6:00pm time certain. This is the final chance request any changes from the board of commissioners to the plans for eastside parks including Columbia, Hi-View and Architect Triangle.
37th AV NE bike lanes update
DLTL fiscal agent update
– Crime and Safety Update
2-PAC now meets the same time as CPNA (3rd Mondays) for info check their blog
– Announcements/ Communications
- Cuningham Group presents:
Urban Currents: Minneapolis 2040: Race, Place and Equity
Tuesday, February 26, 5:30 – 7 pm
Cuningham Group, 201 Main St. SE, Suite 325
Minneapolis 2040 is a comprehensive plan that strives to shape how the city will grow and change. The plan covers topics such as housing, job access, the design of new buildings and how we use our streets. Unlike comprehensive plans of the past, the Minneapolis 2040 Plan dives deep into the far-reaching implications of what it means to truly plan a city through the lens of racial equity. Offering more than empty talk, the topic is woven throughout the Plan and will drive policy and action for the next 10 years. At this month’s Urban Currents, two of the primary authors of the Comprehensive Plan will share their perspective and insight on stories about race, place and equity-driven policy. Speakers will be Heather Worthington (Director of Long Range Planning for Community Planning and Economic Development, City of Minneapolis) and Paul Mogush, AICP (Community Planning Manager, Long Range Planning Division, City of Minneapolis). For information: https://www.cuningham.com/2019/02/13/february-26-minneapolis-2040-looking-at-the-future-of-our-city/.
2. Time for TEENS to apply for Summer Jobs!
3. The NCR department will conduct an internal financial and programmatic reviews for the following organizations: Cedar Isles Dean Neighborhood Association Columbia Park Neighborhood Association East Calhoun Community Organization East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Assn. East Phillips Improvement Coalition Folwell Neighborhood Association Kenny Neighborhood Association Nicollet Island-East Bank Neighborhood Assn. Windom Community Council Windom Park Citizens in Action
The internal reviews are conducted for organizations deemed low risk or those who need follow-up from previous financial contacts. The NCR policy and neighborhood specialist will conduct these reviews.
8:00- Adjourn: Next meeting Monday March 18, 2019