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Citywide curbside composting coming to Minneapolis
The city of Minneapolis announced Monday that it will launch the first phase of a citywide curbside composting program late this summer.
City of Minneapolis, 81-year-old landlord battle in court
In his south Minneapolis duplex last week, Andrew Ellis paged through the assortment of violations the city's inspections department has issued on his rental properties.
City of Minneapolis recommends Hargreaves as landscape architect for ...
But both city and downtown leadership have made it clear that they want to see a vibrant, dynamic park - not just a two-black stretch of grass.
City staff recommends San Francisco design firm for Downtown East park  Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal (blog)
Minneapolis rejects pitch for 80-story tower downtown
City of Minneapolis planners on Friday rejected a proposal for an 80-story tower from consideration for redevelopment of the Nicollet Hotel Block, citing deficiencies in its documentation.
Costs pile up for Minneapolis, St. Paul when snow falls
Snow removal and preparation present different challenges to St. Paul (no alley plowing) and Minneapolis (more streets). hide. In November, city of Minneapolis truck driver Vicky Stich plowed snow and put down sand and salt on Olson Highway Service ...
Minneapolis Gearing Up To Host City Of Lakes Loppet
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - The City of Minneapolis is getting ready to host one of its biggest events of the winter later this month, the City of Lakes Luminary Loppet.
Minneapolis names Andrea Brennan leader of housing programs
�I look forward to working with CPED's talented staff and the city's many external partners to continue to grow the city of Minneapolis and enhance economic opportunities for Minneapolis' residents,� Brennan said in a statement. Former head Tom Streitz ...
Lileks: Minneapolis City Hall clock is the world's biggest! (Some say)
If you were downtown this week, you may have noticed that City Hall's great clock had stopped. Possible reasons: � Probably replacing it with a smartphone app that will let you log on, see the time, and Like it on Facebook.
Ticket writers didn't miss affluent areas of Minneapolis
Tow trucks may have skipped over southwest Minneapolis during last week's snow emergency, but the ticket writers didn't.
Minneapolis superintendent bids farewell to students
"Growing up in the city of Selma there were a group of families and friends who believed all of us would go off to college and we did, I never knew there would be another option for me," said Johnson.