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15-year general manager Brian Lamb a casualty of Met Council's shake-up.
Officials want to require home sellers to check energy efficiency.
The building, gutted by a fire in 2016, was designed by famed architect Harry Wild Jones.
Zones meant to help the poorest neighborhoods.
A public park, amphitheater, retail spaces, apartments and even a hotel could one day replace Minneapolis' defunct river port under a plan nearing approval at City Hall.
Batteries and holiday lights wreak havoc at local sorting centers, while some toy packaging and disposable cups must take a long and expensive trip to the landfill or incinerator. Even some gift wrap isn't recyclable.
As financing projections finally pan out, leaders mull how to handle the surge.
More than 7,100 times last year, fire departments across the state were dispatched to assist frail but uninjured people.
The council's regional wastewater system has expanded outward over time, serving new areas of urban growth.
Regional government staff said they will stop analyzing a plan to tap the sewer near the University of Minnesota.