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June 2016 Safety Report

June 2016 Safety Report

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Notice of Public Hearing: SotaRol Beer/Wine Liquor License Application

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SotaRol, located at 5005 Ewing Ave S, has filed an application for a Class E liquor license allowing them to sell wine and strong beer on premises.  A public hearing has been scheduled to gather public opinion and solicit comments regarding the application:

Tues., June 21
1:30 p.m. or shortly thereafter
Minneapolis City Hall
350 South 5th Street, Room 317
Minneapolis, MN 55415

A Class E entertainment license allows prerecorded background music and TV. The Zoning Department has determined that off-street parking spaces are not required.

You are invited to attend, express your opinions, and/or submit such in writing. Comments may be directed to Inspector Julie Casey at 612-673-3905 or julie.casey@minneapolismn.gov.

SotaRol Public Hearing Notice

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FNA Monthly Meeting on June 8

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Please join us for the monthly meeting of Fulton Neighborhood Association on Wed., June 8. The meeting will be held at Pershing Park Recreation Center and begins at 7 p.m.

Please see the agenda below for more details.

2016 June Agenda

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Fulton Festival Silent Auction Coordinator Needed

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Every year FNA celebrates this great neighborhood with our Fall Festival (this year on 9/10). A big part of our festival is the Silent Auction and we just found out that our volunteer SA Coordinator is moving out of state. Is there anyone out there with a love of your neighborhood who could step in and help us with this important community building and fundraising effort? The current Coordinator is a professional organizer and has all of the materials impeccably organized with a good infrastructure all set up and ready to go. She is willing to meet with you and help transition this role before she leaves at the end of June.

Getting involved with the Silent Auction is a great way to meet people and make connections right here in your own neighborhood.

If you’d like to help but feel like you can’t take on the whole thing, we’d be happy to also consider doing this by committee with two or three volunteers.

Please contact us at info@fultonneighborhood.org if you are interested. Thanks for considering.

Categories: Community Engagement

FNA Meeting Minutes

Fulton Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Minutes 4/13/2016

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Finance Meeting Minutes

Fulton Neighborhood Association Finance Committee Meeting Minutes 4/6/2016

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May 2016 Safety Report

May 2016 Safety Report

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Notice of a Public Hearing

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The Red Cow, located at 3624 W 50th St, has applied for a liquor license which would allow for a full liquor menu. A public hearing has been scheduled to gather public opinion and solicit comments regarding the application:

Tues., May 17  
1:30 p.m. or shortly thereafter
Minneapolis City Hall (350 South 5th Street, Room 317, Minneapolis, MN 55415)

You are invited to attend, express your opinions, and/or submit such in writing. Call or submit written comments to: Inspector Julie Casey at 612-673-3905 or julie.casey@minneapolismn.gov.

Categories: City News and Notices

Protect Your Property

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A Safety and Property Protection Forum Sponsored by Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association

All Ward 13 residents invited and encouraged to attend

Saturday, May 14
10-11:30 a.m.
City Church
1501 W. 54th St.

We all know that property crime increases as the temperature rises. Don’t be the next house targeted. There are many ways we can work together to make our neighborhood and individual properties less attractive to criminals looking for an easy score. Join us for a morning full of helpful tips to prevent car, home and garage break-ins, along with the best steps to take should the unfortunate occur. We’ll also hear from an expert about new home security technology that can be self-installed, linked to Wi-Fi and synched to your smartphone or computer.

Hear from:

  • 5th Precinct Property Crimes Inspectors
  • Our Crime Prevention Specialist, Jennifer Waisanen
  • Alex Lelchuk, Lelch Audio Video
  • and more!

 

Categories: Safety

Final Public Meetings for the Lakes Calhoun and Harriet Mater Plan

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A master plan is being developed for Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet which will set a vision and priorities for future park improvements. The planning process is guided by the Community Advisory Council (CAC), people appointed by various neighborhood associations and elected officials. The CAC has prioritized a list of projects to help determine how to spend $3 million in constructed improvements around the lakes in 2017 and will start to give final recommendations on the improvements at the final two meetings. While the focus of these meetings will be on the CAC’s work, the public will also be given a chance to speak.

Thurs., April 21
6-8:30 p.m.
MPRB Headquarters, Board Room
2117 West River Road N   

Tues., May 10
6-8:30 p.m.
MPRB Headquarters, Board Room
2117 West River Road N  

The current draft plan can be viewed here.

Categories: Parks