The city's public budget meeting is today, and will kick off at 6:05. You can stream it live on the city's YouTube channel then.
If you want to see how the proposed budget is changing from 2021 to 2022, this document lays out the overall picture.
The Park Board meets tonight at 5 PM. The agenda is here.
On the docket: approving $233k in additional funds for the replacement of the Seven Pools fountain, changing the name of the Towerside Site property in Prospect Park to "Bridal Veil Gardens", approving the final concept plan for the Upper Harbor Terminal site, revising the Board's wage freeze to allow for a 1.5% wage increase retroactive to July 1, 2020, and more.
Remember our profile of Young Man from a couple weeks ago? Well, some jerks stole their generator out of their parking lot. So maybe go pay them a visit and buy some of their delicious food soon.
Amidst a wave of disability claims from police leaving their jobs across Minnesota, which has hit Minneapolis harder than anywhere, cities are going to push for the state to start covering more of the costs. (Minnesota Reformer)
A new report from Hennepin County is highlighting the need to add more Single Room Occupancy (SRO) units to help give people with the lowest incomes or fighting homelessness more affordable places to live. (Star Tribune)
An amazing shot of the empty spoon from above the Sculpture Garden. (Smugmug)
If you still need a vaccine or a booster, the city is hosting a walk-in clinic from 9-12 on Saturday at Park Ave Methodist Church at 3400 Park Ave S.
Southwest is working to hire a bilingual Somali associate educator to help their students navigate the education system.
STUFF TO DO
MILLE is hosting a flash sample sale today from 10 AM to 4 PM at 4760 Grand Ave. S.
MCAD's students will be giving public research presentations on Thursday.
The Lyndale Neighborhood Association soup giveaway at Zion Church (128 W 33rd St) is tonight from 6-7 PM.