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City of Minneapolis looks for ways to stop doing business with Wells Fargo
You don't have to go far to find the latest Wells Fargo story. Says Adam Belz in the Star Tribune: “The Minneapolis City Council on Wednesday asked staff to explore ways the city could 'stop doing business with financial institutions that invest in the ...
Minneapolis explores ending its Wells Fargo relationship; bank responds  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Business Owners Applaud City of Mpls. Proposal Creating 'Small Business Team'
Small business owners and community members are celebrating amendment proposals in the 2017 Minneapolis budget that would create a "Small Business Team" in the city. The proposed amendments would add three full-time positions within the ...
Nekima Levy-Pounds is running for mayor of Minneapolis
Nekima Levy-Pounds, an attorney and activist who made a name for herself as a leader with Black Lives Matter Minneapolis and the Minneapolis NAACP, announced Monday that she would seek the city's top political post in 2017. Levy-Pounds has not held ...
Nekima Levy-Pounds Announces Run for Mayor of Minneapolis
Civil rights activist Nekima Levy-Pounds to run for mayor of Minneapolis  KMSP-TV
Minneapolis receives $700000 over defective 35W bridge memorial
The payment has yet to arrive, City Attorney Susan Segal said in an interview. The lawsuit involved the $1 million 35W Bridge Remembrance Garden in a park overlooking the Mississippi River, not far from where the highway bridge collapsed during rush ...
Courtroom battle begins over Minneapolis' sick leave ordinance
The legal battle over Minneapolis' paid sick leave ordinance began Thursday in a Hennepin County courtroom, with a judge pressing the city attorney over whether the requirement ensnares companies well beyond the city limits. Judge Mel I. Dickstein did ...
Council approves 2017 Minneapolis budget that includes levy increase of 5.5 ...
The Minneapolis City Council on Wednesday approved a $1.3 billion budget for 2017 that will raise the city's tax levy at a rate not seen since the recession.
Minneapolis council approves budget with $1.3M for more police officers  Minnesota Public Radio News
Council adopts 2017 budget  Southwest Journal
Minneapolis Will Increase Police Force and Budget, Despite Opposition
The Minneapolis City Council approved a budget Thursday that will set aside $1.3 million to hire 15 new police officers, despite the objections of opponents, reports MPR.
Would urbanist Jane Jacobs have approved of Mpls. changes? New collection ...
The most creative work is the earliest; it has a young person's delight in describing the life of the city. But the real meat of the work is from the 1950s and early '60s, when the nuke-it-and-pave-it school was ascendant.
Snippy letter shows awkward dance between Mpls. mayor, downtown leaders
Two days before the Minneapolis City Council budget hearing, a group of powerful downtown business leaders surprised Mayor Betsy Hodges with a stern, exasperated lecture on the importance of making the city's center safer and more inviting. Signed by ...
Minneapolis cuts red tape for small business owners  KARE
Minneapolis resolution opposes nation registry, surveillance  St. Paul Asian American Press
Minneapolis chamber CEO settles into new job, city
Jonathan Weinhagen hears from a lot of members of the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce that they can't find enough workers to fill open jobs.