Andrea Jenkins: Ward 8 Update

A Message from Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins Hello Neighbors, We are experiencing some of the most challenging times this City has ever witnessed. The City Council met earlier today to discuss an amended budget proposal submitted by Mayor Frey, which would make some very difficult cuts to programs that will be very painful. We […]

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Mpls Health Dept. Office of Violence Prevention funded trauma healing, resilience, and restorative justice trainings

Dear Field Regina, Northrup neighborhood, I hope you are safe, healthy, and well. Below are the online July trainings and racial healing talking circles that have been funded by the City of Mpls Office of Violence Prevention and the Engelsma Family Foundation.  Anything you can do to get this information out to the residents in your neighborhood […]

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Jeremy Schroeder Ward 11 Update

Ward 11 Neighbors, I thank you again for your ongoing engagement with me and with the City as we tackle some of the biggest challenges in modern memory. I hope this newsletter is a helpful continuation of this communication. You are always welcome to get in touch with me about issues that matter to you. If […]

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Join us on Thursday, 6/25 for a Community Call regarding the George Floyd Memorial

612.673.2208 andrea.jenkins@MinneapolisMN.gov Office Hours: Monday 9-11 a.m. Sabathani Community Center, 310 E. 38th St. Join us on Thursday, 6/25 for a Community Call regarding the George Floyd Memorial from 4 pm – 5:30 pm Photo Credit: the New York Times Join your neighbors, neighborhood organization leaders, and local elected officials for an online community call […]

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A Message from Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins

612.673.2208 andrea.jenkins@MinneapolisMN.gov Office Hours: Monday 9-11 a.m. Sabathani Community Center, 310 E. 38th St. A Message from Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins Hello Neighbors, I want to begin by acknowledging the pain and frustrations that we all are experiencing in these extraordinary times. Our beloved community has become the epicenter of the protests that have […]

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Jeremy Schroeder, Ward 11 City Council Member

jeremy.schroeder@minneapolismn.gov (612) 673-2211 Ward 11, At our City Council meeting this morning, my colleagues and I unanimously approved a resolution that includes several next steps for our public safety work in Minneapolis. You can read the full text of this morning’s resolution here. This resolution does not make immediate changes to how our public safety system […]

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Andrea Jenkins, City Council Vice-President: 8th Ward Update

612.673.2208 andrea.jenkins@MinneapolisMN.gov Office Hours: Monday 9-11 a.m. Sabathani Community Center, 310 E. 38th St. A message from Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins Dear Neighbors, The City of Minneapolis is in a mode of deep, transformational change. The death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests and unrest will undoubtedly leave our community permanently scarred. But […]

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Jeremy Schroeder: Ward 11 Bulletin

jeremy.schroeder@minneapolismn.gov (612) 673-2211 Ward 11 Neighbors, After several days of relative calm, I hope that you have been able to find time to rest and reflect on all that has happened in our city. I am filled with gratitude for the countless neighbors who have contacted me to share their belief that we are in […]

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City of Minneapolis: Protecting your family and your home

Protecting your family and your home Stay inside. Experts agree this is the safest place for you and your family. Calling 911 continues to be the best way to report unlawful activity as it connects directly with dispatchers. If you feel additional measures are needed to protect you, your family and your belongings use these […]

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Ward 11 Bulletin: Council Member Jeremy Schroeder

jeremy.schroeder@minneapolismn.gov (612) 673-2211 Ward 11 Neighbors, I am relieved that last night was relatively peaceful and I am hoping for an even calmer evening ahead. This has been an overwhelmingly sad and disturbing past week, and I am so grateful to see our community’s compassionate response. Neighbors are coming together to support one another and […]

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