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Boy's treehouse must come down, city of Minneapolis says
According to the city, the treehouse violates zoning ordinances. The structure on Emerson Avenue in Minneapolis, is reportedly just feet from a neighbor's bedroom window, and is also 22 feet off the ground, which violates city code. (CityPages has more ...
City Says Treehouse Must Go, But This Boy Still Hopes To Keep It  CBS Local
Fate of Lowry Hill treehouse in Minneapolis city board's hands  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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City of Minneapolis 'steps into the modern world,' tosses food-alcohol ratio rule
Minneapolis restaurateurs will be raising a glass to the City Council this evening, after the council voted Friday 12-0 to scrap the long-standing regulation requiring restaurants in commercial areas outside of downtown to abide by a 60/40 ratio for ...
Minneapolis council eases alcohol restrictions for some city restaurants  MinnPost
Minneapolis City Council to vote on scrapping food, liquor ratios
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A Case Study of Board Nonfeasance: Community Action of Minneapolis
A little late to the party, two members of the board who were appointed by the Minneapolis City Council joined Rep. Keith Ellison (DFL-MN) and a few other Community Action board members in tendering their resignations.
Cities considering purchase of Minneapolis property
�The city of Minneapolis would like to see the land used in a public way, which is why we are choosing to give our partnering cities the opportunity to purchase it before we open a sale to the highest bidder.
State terminates contracts with Community Action of Minneapolis
Friday, Minneapolis City Council members Abdi Warsame and Blong Yang resigned from their positions on the board of directors at Community Action of Minneapolis. Congressman Keith Ellison and State Sen. Jeff Hayden had previously resigned from the ...
Community Action of Minneapolis Shuts Down after Audit Finds Lavish Spending
Minnesota ends contracts, grants to Minneapolis nonprofit after audit finds ...  Daily Journal
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Minneapolis tweaks city code to allow gender neutral restrooms
The Minneapolis City Council unanimously passed a resolution and an ordinance change on Friday allowing businesses to have gender neutral, single-use restroom facilities.
Tensions over downtown land test Ryan Companies-Minneapolis relationship
Ryan Companies and the city of Minneapolis have partnered for decades on big, city-subsidized projects. But even beautiful partnerships get tested.
City mulls tweaked deal for DT East parcel  Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)
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North Minneapolis residents fight out-of-state investors, poor maintenance
If you're a landlord in the city of Minneapolis, you already have the home field advantage when it comes to the rental game.
So what does the Minneapolis City Coordinator do? AQ & A with Spencer Cronk
In late August, Spencer Cronk took over as city coordinator for the city of Minneapolis. Nominated by Mayor Betsy Hodges and confirmed by the City Council, Cronk reports to both the council and mayor and serves in a job that is unique to Minneapolis.
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Minneapolis City Council questions military exercises
That was the report from Minneapolis city officials, who were questioned Wednesday by City Council members about the unannounced training that spooked residents and left the council scrambling for answers.
Minneapolis officials blame feds for miscommunication around August military ...  MinnPost (blog)
Next time, Minneapolis Council members want notice of military copter training  Rick Kupchella's BringMeTheNews
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