In the next couple of weeks two priority items appear in close proximity on the public agenda in Northeast Minneapolis. In addition, the Board of Directors of Windom Park Citizens in Action will hold an important meeting in the neighborhood.
So, dig under the heaps of swimwear and the accoutrement of Summer – the end (of summer) is in sight, time to get down to BUSINESS! Ease in with some cool topics discussed in cool environs that will make you forget the heat!
The Windom Park Citizens in Action (WPCIA) Board of Directors will meet Tuesday,July 26, 7:00 p.m. at the association’s office, 2314 Lowry Avenue Northeast. The meeting is open to all; Board members invite community members to get the season off to a good start by participating in this and the following gatherings:
RiverFIRST is the sole topic on the agenda on Thursday, July 28, 7 p.m. at the Bottineau Park building, 2000 2nd Street NE. The gathering is actually a community meeting in which attendees will participate in a visioning process for the upper riverfront in Northeast/North Minneapolis. The session is sponsored by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
Come early for a slot on the bike rack for the East Side Bike Summit. It’s Monday, August 1, 6-7 p.m. at the Ritz Theater, 345 13th Avenue NE (just East of University) City and County staff assigned to develop bike trails on the East will be on hand to report ad to listen. The agenda includes these developments/plans:
- 18th Avenue NE, Phase 2-Monroe Street NE to the Quarry Shopping Center – should there be a tunnel under the railroad tracks?
- Central Avenue – 37th Avenue NE to the Mississippi – Update
- East Hennepin and 1st Avenue NE bike lane study – Update
- 5th Avenue NE to Broadway, Broadway to Lowry – Idea of using empty railroad tracks from Scherer Brothers lumber site as future North/South bike trail
- Marshall/Main Street bike lane – Update
- 1st Avenue NE to Broadway, Broadway to Lowry, idea of using empty railroad tracks from Scherer Bros. umber site as future north/south bike trail.
Questions? Contact Michael Rainville 612 378 0431
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