Is a long awaited grocery going to help or hurt a historical black neighborhood?
An organic co-op moving into an historically African-American neighborhood in Minneapolis sparks fight over community benefits. Neighbors are asking for hiring and wage agreements, but negotiations have broken down. Continue Reading
Some neighborhoods is a recipe for low turnout. This kind of process creates barriers for people with limited time or hectic schedules: parents with young children; those who work outside a traditional nine-to-five window Continue Reading
The Lyndale Neighborhood Association (LNA) is a diverse community driven organization that brings people together to work on common issues and opportunities to ensure all community members have the opportunity to live, work, and play in a safe, vibrant, and sustainable community.The Lyndale Neighborhood’s boundries are Lake Street on the North, Lyndale Avenue on the West, 36th Street on the South, and I-35W on the East. For more information on LNA contact Mark at 612.824.9402 x 16. Continue Reading
A free, non-profit newspaper serving the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood in Minneapolis. Offering news about neighborhood events, housing school info, including Jefferson School, elections, exercise, biking and more. Continue Reading
The Summit Hill neighborhood is represented by the Summit Hill Association (SHA) – District 16 Planning Council whose mission is to enhance the quality of life in our neighborhood through a wide range of community projects and programs. SHA is a Minnesota non-profit 501.c.3 organization corporation that is governed by an all-volunteer board of directors. Click here to learn more about St. Paul District Councils. Summit Hill /District 16 is bounded by Summit Avenue on the North, Ramsey St. on the East, Interstate 35E on the South and Ayd Mill Road on the West. Continue Reading
The Dayton’s Bluff District 4 Community Council is a neighborhood organization designed to encourage participation in and awareness of the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood. The Council advocates for people living in the community, provides an avenue to make government aware of citizens’ concerns, and advises government concerning neighborhood issues. The Council serves to educate the public, yet depends upon an engaged public to define what is important to the community. Some of the main goals of the Council are to achieve and to maintain proper housing and education, attractive and plentiful public green space such as neighborhood parks and gardens, a healthy and diverse business community, and good recreational and artistic opportunities for neighborhood residents. The Council is located at 798 East Seventh Street. Telephone 651-772-2075. Continue Reading
The Saint Anthony Park Community Council promotes active citizen involvement in local issues, ensures the neighborhood has an effective voice in government decisions, and serves as a conduit for connections in our community. Continue Reading