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Displaced 35W drivers squeeze onto residential roads
Council member vows to overhaul Mpls. ordinance encouraging practice.
The ordinance, which went into effect May 1, can no longer be enforced.
The city has settled 13 lawsuits, another 20 have been dismissed or dropped, and one remains.
Minneapolis city employees are volunteering to help inspect buildings and plan new construction in the hurricane-ravaged U.S. Virgin Islands. Four city employees planned to travel…
The money is a big boost for plans to transform the obsolete barge terminal.
Minneapolis city records show that inspectors have found code deficiencies in the building, built more than a century ago. But all of the violations were resolved by April.
Counter-service restaurants that eliminate waiters are on the rise, but a tip-free experience has fallen flat at table-service restaurants.
Mpls. City Council revoked license of Orchid Massage Spa for suspect activities.
Economists agree that cities can stabilize the cost of housing by loosening zoning to allow more construction in more places. But the city's argument for affordability has been rebuffed by many homeowners.