The average Minneapolis homeowner will save about $3 on next year’s property tax bill, thanks to some modest budget cuts approved Monday by the Minneapolis City Council. Opponents mockingly call it the “latte levy.” Read more →
Minneapolis voters have elected the first Mexican American and the first Hmong American to serve on the city council.
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An election in which three candidates in their 30s won Minneapolis City Council races made it clear that the city’s demographics are changing, and voters want younger, newer and more diverse representation. On Tuesday, Jacob Frey, 32, defeated two-term incumbent Diane Hofstede in Ward 3, and Lisa Bender, 35, defeated first-term City Council Member Meg Read more →
After debating such weighty issues as police misconduct, jobs and education at a forum tomorrow, the four candidates running to replace Minneapolis City Council Member Don Samuels will get a chance to showcase their musical talents (or lack thereof.) Rather than the traditional closing statements, the Neighborhoods Organizing for Change forum at the Capri Theater Read more →