University of Minnesota medical providers and other community members helped shape City of Minneapolis recommendations to address opioid use.
Amid pushback, a proposal to restructure representation within the Minneapolis City Council was rejected last week. The plan, presented to the Minneapolis City Charter Commission, would reduce the Council’s 13 members to nine. Under the proposal, six of these council members would represent individual wards while three at-large representatives would be elected by all Minneapolis residents.
Local neighborhood groups recently weighed in on a new City of Minneapolis funding framework that emphasizes diversity.
A year before the 2020 census begins, the City of Minneapolis and neighborhood groups near the University of Minnesota campus are promoting census participation among students, a traditionally hard-to-reach population.
A recent shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand sparked fear among Muslims in Cedar-Riverside and on campus, but community members said they have seen community support in the aftermath.
An ongoing project from the Minnesota Department of Transportation aims to use community input to guide future construction along Interstate 94 near the University of Minnesota and throughout the Twin Cities.
A proposed Minneapolis City Council policy discussed last week aims to change future City guidelines to be more centered on students and other renters.
Maria Sanchez, a third-year Ph.D. student at the University of Minnesota, was in her Marcy-Holmes apartment one afternoon in January when she looked outside and saw a group of men running into her building brandishing guns.
City, county and state representatives gathered in Cedar-Riverside Wednesday to outline their policy priorities and answer constituent questions.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey discussed student housing, food instability and community-police relations at a Minnesota Student Association forum on Tuesday.