Mpls. City Council Members Propose Renter’s Protection OrdinanceThe public had the chance Wednesday to voice their opinion on a proposed renter's protection ordinance in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis City Council Votes To Ban New Drive-Thru FacilitiesThe Minneapolis City Council voted Thursday to ban new drive-thru facilities within city limits.
MPD Chief Reiterates Need For Patrol Increase At Public Safety HearingOn Wednesday, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo shared his vision for change within the department to the city council's public safety committee, and the conversation came back again to resources.
Minneapolis City Council Approves Its First Strategic And Racial Equity Action PlanThe City Council approves the first ever Strategic and Racial Equity Action Plan (SREAP), “a four-year plan that embeds racial equity principles into all aspects of the City’s work and defines goals that can be objectively measured and inform resource decisions”.
Minneapolis Considers Drive-Thru Window BanDrive-thru windows are a speedy way to get food, coffee and prescriptions without leaving the comfort of your car. But Minneapolis city leaders are considering making them a thing of the past.
Minneapolis Passes Resolution To Combat Human TraffickingMinneapolis leaders are ramping up the city's efforts to combat human trafficking and exploitation.
Minneapolis City Council Approves Upper Harbor Terminal ProjectThe massive $200 million Upper Harbor Terminal project will make use of the former port of Minneapolis industrial site north of downtown.
Minneapolis City Council Eyes Upper Harbor ProjectThe massive $200 million Upper Harbor Terminal project will make use of the former Port of Minneapolis industrial site.
Grant Will Help Alleged Offenders Get Free Rides To CourtA grant that seeks to reduce bench warrants by providing free rides to court for offenders with low incomes has been accepted by the Minneapolis City Council.
Minneapolis City Council Approves 2040 PlanThe plan has been controversial during its run-up to this point. Many council members talked about how they had never seen this much public opinion on one issue.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Taking Different Approaches To Housing The HomelessAs the temperatures cool, the Minneapolis City Council is moving forward with a plan to relocate hundreds of people living in sprawling downtown encampment. One-point-five million dollars will be used to pay for a temporary Navigation Center for the people who are currently camping out near Franklin and Hiawatha avenues.