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The city program provides forgivable loans aiming to rebuild wealth for those who lost properties to Intestate 94.
The city is weighing its role in regulating the recently legalized use of recreational cannabis.
The recreation center is set to open in late 2024.
Minnesota's capital, like communities across the state, is figuring out how to adapt after the legalization of recreational marijuana.
With attendance currently on pace to exceed last year's Minnesota State Fair — which saw the fifth-largest crowds in its history — officials are encouraging fairgoers to plan ahead and have a Plan B.
The city aims to finish construction of the pint-sized park by spring of 2025.
Hours after a protest at City Hall, officials said the hire had withdrawn her name from consideration.
Proposed zoning amendments aim to create more 'missing middle' housing.
The mayor said the proposed 2024 ballot question, which aims to fund child care for low-income families, makes "empty promises."
Election wins for all seven candidates would herald in the youngest and most diverse council in city history.