- Published: 27 May 2014
From the MPLS. blog of the Star Tribune:
City mandated ratios of food to alcohol sales in restaurants could soon be eliminated under a proposed ordinance change that has been revived by several Minneapolis council members.
The city currently requires about 100 restaurants outside of downtown to make at least 60 percent of their revenue from food, which has only grown harder to meet as craft beers have become popular. It was intended to keep serious drinking out of the neighborhoods after repeal of the city's liquor patrol limits.
- Published: 28 April 2014
At the Kenny Neighborhood Association Annual meeting on 4/22, residents participated in a Town Hall Forum and small group discussions regarding housing teardowns. Small group discussions were held on the topics of:
- Construction Management
- Best Ways of Improving the Housing in Kenny
- Business/Non-Residential Construction
- Density and Infrastructure
- New Construction Home Size
- Property Values and Affordability
Please see the attachment for the results of these different areas of discussion. The results have also been provided to Ward 13 Council Member Linea Palmisano for her use in the ongoing Zoning Study which will be used to consider revision of the existing housing codes.
- Published: 03 March 2014
An important message from MSP FairSkies:
The Minnesota House and Senate Transportation Committee is having a joint hearing at the State Capitol on Tuesday, March 4th at 7:00 PM in Room 15 to continue the fight on RNAV and the impact on our neighborhoods. Click here for the announcement http://mspfairskies.com/2014/02/22/senator-dibble-representative-hornstein-letter-22114/
The purpose of this hearing is to debate pending bills that, if passed, will address RNAV as well as airplane noise and air pollution in general.
This is an important meeting and we need you and your friends to attend to show our representatives that we care! Spread the word and we will see you there!
MSP FairSkies Coalition
- Published: 04 June 2013
We have heard from many Kenny neighbors that they are seeing an increase in traffic and speeding in the neighborhood due to the re-routing of traffic from Penn Ave. Our neighbors in Armatage are seeing the same kind of behavior and have been very generous to share some of their bright red "Please Slow Down!" signs with us.
- Published: 30 April 2013
It has been a few months since we got the MAC to vote for partial implementation of the RNAV technology. Since this vote, many of us have been busy behind the scenes setting up a new community group and website to organize for the long term. This group, called MSP FairSkies Coalition, is comprised of neighbors from the area looking to better understand the issues facing us and while continuing to put pressure on those officials who can impact change.
Check us out at www.mspfairskies.org. Tell you friends.