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City of Minneapolis Unveils New Program to Help Small Businesses
The city of Minneapolis says it has long been a champion of small business. So, it created what's called the "Target Market Program" for small businesses.
City of Minneapolis censors public art coming to Nicollet Mall
Arizona-based sculptor Blessing Hancock is creating large illuminated metal lantern sculptures, which will feature engraved poems by Minneapolis poets, including three poems from Petrus. Though she did give the city an alternate poem, Petrus was troubled.
City of Minneapolis offers free sand for icy sidewalks
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - The City of Minneapolis is offering free sand to its residents for icy sidewalks. During subzero temperatures, ice can be difficult to remove.
Free Sand Available for Icy Minneapolis Sidewalks
Who is responsible for clearing icy sidewalks?
“Adjacent property owners are responsible for clearing sidewalks in the city of Minneapolis,” said Lisa Cerney, deputy director of Public Works and City Engineer for the City of Minneapolis. “Single-family and duplex property owners have 24 hours to ...
Community Voices: On art and censorship, Junauda Petrus' open letter to the ...
On Monday, Dec. 26, Junauda Petrus - recently named one of City Pages' Top Artists of 2016 - wrote an open letter criticizing the city of Minneapolis for removing her poem, “A Prayer for Pussies,” from the public art illuminated lantern project soon to ...
Court: Minneapolis sick leave regulation can move forward — but only for ...
But he issued a temporary injunction to block Minneapolis from forcing companies based outside the city to comply in their Minneapolis operations. The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce had requested an injunction to halt enforcement of the sick leave ...
Judge delivers mixed ruling on lawsuit challenging Minneapolis paid sick leave law
A Hennepin County District Court judge has ruled the city of Minneapolis may not enforce its ordinance mandating paid sick and safe time leave on employers “resident outside the geographic boundaries of the city of Minneapolis.” Judge Mel I. Dickstein ...
Court blocks city sick-leave rule for employers based elsewhere  Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Minneapolis Mayoral Race: A Conversation With Rep. Raymond Dehn
Ray Dehn's announcement that he was running for mayor of Minneapolis. The Brooklyn Park native posted a letter on Facebook outlining his vision for the city. Dehn even acknowledges his campaign didn't kick off with all the fanfare the other four ...
A wealth of Minneapolis history is housed in City Hall clock tower
Lodged in the clock tower atop Minneapolis City Hall is a room, six tiers high, filled with more than 150 years of city history. It's a jumble of records and files, from the city's earliest attempts to regulate “bawdy houses” and control the sale of ...
Wedge LIVE! pokes at Minneapolis politics one video at a time
He pulls clips from Minneapolis city council and planning committee meetings, and other goings-on in the area. He infuses special effects and sound bytes.