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Hundreds commented on Mpls. plan to cut funds to neighborhood groups that didn't diversify on time.
Seeding of native plants is likely to begin in summer, end by fall.
Four council members voted against using public financing for the Seward complex.
Trump recited a number of GOP selling points for the tax cuts, which Democrats opposed for conferring most of its benefits on the wealthy and large corporations.
One of downtown's main drags is due for a major renovation.
The City Council is now considering other restrictions once ban on new shops ends this summer.
Riders use upper- and lower-body strength, not pedals, to move along the track.
The cost of maintaining single-family homes is far outpacing what the federal government is providing the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority.
The sweeping recommendations would help deal with a "public health emergency and epidemic," Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said.
Mpls. Park Board told the center's supporters that a deal is still possible.