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Councilman Schiff’s E-news October 12, 2012

If you’re having trouble viewing this email, you may see it online. Share this: October 12, 2012 Vigil for Jose Parra this Sunday Four year old is State’s 24th pedestrian fatality A vigil will be held Sunday for Jose Manuel Parra Hernandez, a four…

Minneapolis E-news August 29, 2012

If you’re having trouble viewing this email, you may see it online. Share this: August 29, 2012 Flea markets: Time to end the ban? A sixty-year ban on flea markets in Minneapolis may soon end, if legislation introduced by Council Member Gary Schif…

ENews from Gary Schiff June 26, 2012

June 26, 2012                               New Xcel Energy substation designs revealed   Architect Phillip Koski and Mary Altman,…

Breakfast with Gary (Schiff) Friday Morning

Breakfast with Gary: Art Rolnick on public investment At Breakfast with Gary this Friday hear from economistArt Rolnick. With limited public dollars to spend and many demands, government leaders have tough decisions to make. How can government spe…

9th Ward News

April 9, 2012 image004.jpg@01CCE4ED.1C3243A0″ width=”99″ /> Mayor to hold two Vikings stadium town hall meetings City Council to hold public hearing April 24th Mayor RT Rybak (left) will hold two public hearings to get feedback on the financing pl…

Final (?) Ward Maps

The Redistricting Group posted their final draft for City Ward Maps. It is expected that the Minneapolis Charter Commission will pass the maps without further changes. As noted earlier, this final draft leaves all of Midtown Phillips in the 9th Wa…

Ward Maps Almost Finalized – More Major Changes

It is hard to keep up with the fast and furious changes to the Redistricting Maps. According to the Star Tribune, the Redistricting Group passed a final version of the maps to the Charter Commission. As of right now, neither the Star Tribune or th…

Redistricting Update: Maps Changed Again

Back on February 22 we reported on the proposed redistricting maps for City Council Wards. Well, the most recent proposal creates some radical changes that have upset some of our neighborhing communities. Seward, Longfellow, and Cedar Riverside ha…

City Council Ward Redistricting & More

The proposed City Council redistricting creates some major changes for Midtown. The colorful picture below shows the changes. All of Midtown will end up in Ward 6 (Lilligran) and will join all of Phillips West, Ventura Village, Loring Heights, and…