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A trio of environmental organizations struck a devastating blow to Minneapolis' 2040 comprehensive plan, leaving other sustainability advocates suspicious of their motives.
The final plan, expected to be approved this winter, includes soft trails, boat ramps and efforts to improve water quality.
Allen's generous heart was a comfort to grieving families.
A staffing shortage is to blame.
Judge sides with groups that demand an environmental review of the city's proposal to end single-family zoning.
A Labor Standards Board would beget industry-specific boards to address grievances and set workplace standards.
Door-knocking showed East Phillips residents favor a compromise that would bring a new Public Works facility, training center and urban farm to the neighborhood.
The decision rests on whether dedicated bus lanes will operate 24 hours a day, or just during certain hours.
Police killings and the pandemic prompted the city to declare racism a public health emergency and launch a Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
The 48-unit Sabathani Senior Housing Apartments aim to preserve the historically Black community in the heart of south Minneapolis.