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Minneapolis: More helicopter training Thursday night
MINNEAPOLIS - The city of Minneapolis is reminding residents to expect more military training exercises. The recent training has most noticeably included helicopter drills, where the aircrafts have been flying low around downtown buildings in ...
With no warning, low-flying copters buzz St. Paul, Minneapolis  TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
US Defense Helicopter Training Continues In Twin Cities  CBS Local
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City of Minneapolis to host open houses to gather public input on Accessory ...
city of min logo On June 13, Minneapolis City Council Member Lisa Bender, Ward 10, gave notice of intent to introduce Zoning Code Text Amendment: Accessory Dwelling Units changes that would allow Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in residential areas.
48 acres of Minneapolis riverfront up for development
With the City of Minneapolis getting out of the shipping business at this year's end, development staff are gearing up to offer the Upper Harbor site to businesses in partnership with parks, hoping they'll hire Northside residents.
Minneapolis City Council Votes to Approve SWLRT Project
Earlier this week, the city voted on a few conditions, such as protecting public land ownership. Railroads generally have unprecedented authority to make changes as needed as a project moves along, but the Minneapolis City Council voted to secure ...
Victims of Minneapolis shooting, stabbing named; 1 suspect arrested
Elder added that since the weekend of July 4, when two people were killed and at least three were injured in separate incidents in north Minneapolis, homicide rates in city have remained low. The Minneapolis Police Department asks anyone with ...
Suspect arrested in Minneapolis shooting  KTTC
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Feds sue city of St. Anthony over rejection of Islamic center
�An injustice has been done,� U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger said at a news conference in Minneapolis. �I will not stand by while any religious group is subject to unconstitutional treatment that violates federal civil rights laws.
Justice Dept. sues Minn. city for denying mosque permit  USA TODAY
Federal government sues Minnesota city for rejecting proposed Islamic center  Fox News
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A resigned Minneapolis signs off on Southwest LRT
The Southwest Light Rail Transit project secured its final local endorsement from a frustrated and conflicted Minneapolis City Council during a divided vote Friday morning. Before a 10-3 vote, council members, even those who ultimately supported the 16 ...
CV | Lee Samelson: A City-Utility Partnership to meet Minneapolis' energy goals
The City of Minneapolis is currently working to form an innovative, first-in-the-nation city-utility partnership with Xcel Energy and Centerpoint by the end of 2014, as recommended by the Energy Pathways Study that the City Council unanimously adopted ...
Minneapolis City Council approves $1.6B light rail
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minneapolis City Council voted to approve municipal consent of a $1.6 billion light rail project that would connect the city to the southwest suburbs. The council voted 10-3 Friday in the last local approval needed for the ...
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Minneapolis Considering Accessory Dwelling Units, Holds Public Meeting
Minneapolis City Council Member Lisa Bender, from the 10th ward, has proposed changes that would allow the ADU's. "There are three kinds accessory building units.
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