- Published: 20 June 2016 20 June 2016
We have just received notice that there will be two additional items at the KNA Meeting on 6/21 that may be of interest to Kenny Neighbors.
1. The owner of the new fitness club at 55th & Lyndale will share plans for the new facility.
2. The owners of the vacant lot at 5912 Girard Ave S (northeast corner of Grass Lake) will present their plans to build a new two bedroom home with support piers. This will require two variances.
The KNA meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at Kenny Park (1328 W. 58th St, Minneapolis).
Gather your friends and families and put together a team for the 2nd Annual Kenny Community Kickball Tournament!
- Published: 15 June 2016 15 June 2016
- Published: 14 June 2016 14 June 2016
We are excited to be continuing a new, more laid back and low cost neighborhood festival again this year. However, being laid back and low cost still requires some effort! We’re looking for some volunteers to help primarily with carnival games and clean-up. If you can spare an hour to help, we’d love to hear from you. Please check out our online sign-up to choose a time slot. Each volunteer will receive a $3 coupon to use with one of the vendors.
Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you and having a great neighborhood event on July 28.
- Published: 09 June 2016 09 June 2016
From Minneapolis Public Works:
The W 54th St. gas main work is anticipated to begin on June 13, this will allow CenterPoint Energy to get a few blocks ahead of the roadway paving which is expected to begin the first or second week in July. They will begin west of Lyndale Ave and work west.They will be closing 3 blocks at a time.
The roadway construction is anticipated to begin the first half of July. A GovDelivery project update, as well as a door flyer, will go out prior to the start of the roadway construction.
- Published: 24 May 2016 24 May 2016
UPDATE ON June 7, 2016:
In response to the recent press release and information regarding a proposed contamination site at 54th & Lyndale, Kenny Neighborhood Association has scheduled a public meeting with representatives of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and project staff to learn more about the situation. There will be several regulators present at meeting to provide information and answer questions. The MPCA will be represented by the project manager for technical questions, and a program director for questions related to administrative processes and timing. The Department of Health will also attend to address public health questions. All Kenny, Windom and Lynnhurst residents are invited to attend as the contamination site is on the border of the three neighborhoods.