October 2007

Grand Rounds plans meet Como opposition

Residents fear loss of homes, businesses to 'missing link' project

Pratt School kicks off year with familiar faces and new challenges

Low enrollment may lead to teacher reassignment

South Minneapolis contamination area now a superfund site

How does the aersenic removal issue break down?

SNG looks to rebuild after financial collapse

Staff laid off as NRP penalty and financial problems surface

Franklin Avenue bridge two lanes during next two weeks, starting Oct. 8

Inspections are part of planned "superficial" rehabilitation project

The Angler


Completing his journey

Remembering Dinkytown's "Walker" Phil Holland

City to hold public input forums on Community Engagement Report

First of open meetings is Tuesday, Oct. 9

Seward Neighborhood Group reorganizing in wake of financial trouble

Committees, volunteers hope to bolster revitalization

Harvest recipes from the farmers’ market

Craftsman Chef Mike Phillips creates a meal from Midtown’s harvest offerings

Van Cleve Development officially breaks ground

Bunge site development will include housing for homeless individuals

Eye on U

October 2007

Rybak reflects on 'rebuilding common ground' after bridge collapse

Free weekly U of M public lectures on collpase continue through Nov. 20

Ward Two newsletter

October 2007

Southeast Como Improvement Association (SECIA)

Annual Meeting, October 10

Minneapolis Public Schools draft plan for radical high school reform — (updated Oct. 17)

Final draft expected to go to School Board on Nov. 6

Get a head start on horror, beginning this weekend

Bedlam Theatre and Soap Factory host haunted events

Sunny Day dawns on Como Avenue — Grand Opening Saturday, Oct. 20

Sustaining the earth with elephant dung and a veggie oil vehicle

Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association (MHNA)

Oct. 16 meeting

West Bank Community Coalition (WBCC)

Oct. 17 board meeting

Longfellow Community Council (LCC)

Oct. 18 board meeting





North Country Co-op to close by Nov. 4

Cornerstone of Twin Cities’ cooperative movement could not overcome declining sales


Ward 9 City Council Member Gary Schiff's e-newsletter

Soil contamination; Hiawatha bike bridge; Neighborhood police plans; 38th Street LRT development