Dear Citizens of North Minneapolis,
As the new North Minneapolis Folwell Neighborhood correspondent for the Twin Cities Daily Planet, I’m proud to bring to this neighborhood section the posting of good things that are happening in our neighborhood.
Attached you’ll find pictures of two of my neighbors, David Brown and Brian Connoy, who would be a great asset to any community.
David Brown is a member of the Folwell Neighborhood Association. He has lived on the Northside for many years and personally knows many of the residents on this side. You may already know him. One of the neatest things about David is his service to the community at large. He owns an ATV and every time it snows, he takes his ATV out and plows the city sidewalks and curbs for all the neighbors around the area of 34th and Humboldt. You’ll see him sitting on his ATV in the attached pictures. David Brown is a real estate agent and knows the properties well in the area and their current pricing.
Brian Connoy, standing next to the ATV, has been our neighbor for many years now and the best neighbor I have ever had. Even before we really knew him, he would come and shovel our front sidewalk and cut our grass just as a matter of course as he did his own. I have seen him pick up trash in and around our properties and on the street. Another thing Brian does above and beyond, is engage and play with the neighborhood kids. He is an awesome guy and has taken a positive role in the neighborhood joining a community soccer team that plays at Folwell Park during the summer. He owns a few rental properties in the area and the residents have always said wonderful things about him.
If you’d like to know more about David or Brian, give a shout out to yours truly. If you would like to see someone or something featured on this page, please let me know.
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