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Neighborhood groups are forming walking clubs to deter crime around the city.
Minneapolis passed municipal ID ordinance in 2018 but halted implementation over concerns information could be used to identify immigrants for deportation.
He had blamed Somali American youth for a wave of violence in the city over the July 4th weekend.
Council Member Michael Rainville's comments singling out Somali American youth for violence over the July 4th weekend sparked anger.
He has apologized for singling out Somali youth after a wave of violence over the July 4th weekend.
A St. Paul-based consulting firm hired by the city will begin community engagement in August around the future of the site.
Though the plan is still in its infancy, the hope is to open the roller rink by 2024.
The step increases will occur over several years, with Minneapolis small businesses expected to hit the $15 rate by 2024, followed by St. Paul's in 2027.
The matter has been sent back to the city's public works committee.
Several members raise questions about Barret Lane's leadership during the unrest of 2020,