City Council Approves New Development Plans For Former Kmart And Nicollet AveThe Minneapolis City Council approved Friday the next steps for the former Kmart and new Nicollet project.
'This Is Life And Death': 7 Incoming Minneapolis City Council Members Say They'll Heed Call To Fix Public Safety IssuesThe Minneapolis City Council's 2020 call for defunding the police prompted a nationwide debate that is still going on. And, amid an ongoing crime surge, Minneapolis voters elected seven new council members.
5 Mpls. City Council Members Lose Seats Amid Controversy Over Failed Policing AmendmentThe charter amendment to replace the Minneapolis Police Department went down, defeated on Tuesday.
Minneapolis City Council Races: Unofficial Winners Declared In All WardsUnofficial winners have been declared for all 13 of Minneapolis' City Council seats.
Minneapolis Ballot Guide: Where Mpls. City Council Members Stand On Public SafetyWith Minneapolis city elections approaching, public safety is the topic on most everyone's mind.
Minneapolis Police Seek $27M Budget Increase Amid ‘Staggering’ Number Of Officer Departures"I will tell you what is not acceptable is to have any more reductions right now in our sworn capacity to be responding to the incidents of gun violence, the incidence of carjackings and homicides that have occurred in our city,” Chief Arradondo said.
Mpls. City Council Overrides Frey Veto Of Public Safety Ballot Question LanguageThe Minneapolis City Council has failed to override Mayor Jacob Frey's veto of the public safety charter amendment ballot language. The Minneapolis City Council must now rewrite and pass new ballot language, with a deadline of 11:59 p.m. Friday.
Frey's Veto Of 1 Rent Control Charter Amendment Stands, Other Goes To BallotMayor Jacob Frey's veto of a proposed charter amendment on rent stabilization will stand, after the Minneapolis City Council failed to override it on Friday.
Group Files Lawsuit Over Potential Ballot Question On Replacing Minneapolis Police Dept.Yes 4 Minneapolis says the city clerk's office is exceeding its power by adding an explanation before the ballot question. The group say the city is attempting to influence voters with "subjective" and "selective" language.
Minneapolis City Council Committee OK's Measure To Put Replacing MPD On November BallotThe measure is so complex and so much is at stake that, for the first time, the council committee also approved a lengthy explanatory note that will also be on the ballot.
Mpls. Mayor: 1st Round Of American Rescue Plan Funds Awarded To City Has Been Approved, Nearly $102MMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced Friday that the city council has approved nearly $102 million of the federal funding awarded to the city through the American Rescue Plan.