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The main focus of the meeting was the impending change of command from Inspector Kathy Waite to Inspector Todd Loining effective July 24, 2016. The change was announced on July 5, 2016 by Chief Harteau as part of a normal rotation personnel — Inspector Waite and Inspector Loining are exchanging precincts.
August 3rd, 2016 | Read More
The June 2PAC meeting focused on our award-winning Parks — with emphasis on the safety and other programming that keep the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) winning awards. Our speakers were MPRB Police Chief Jason Ohotto and the acting MPRB Eastside program director Paul Jaeger. Click “Read More” for (oddly enough) more information. Link to […]
June 23rd, 2016 | Read More
The Annual General Meeting is scheduled for September 8, 2016 at DeLaSalle High School — click here for current draft agenda and meeting details. The meeting is open to all.
A major item of business at the meeting is the election to fill seats on the Board of Directors. We encourage all NIEBNA members (click here for qualifications) to consider standing for election to the Board.
Members at the meeting will also be asked to approve an NRP (Neighborhood Revitalization Program) Phase II Plan allocating city funds for neighborhood priorities. The draft plan is available for review here. After NIEBNA approval, the plan will go to the City Council for final review and approval.
Survey of Stakeholder Interests and Priorities – Survey Deadline Extended!
The NIEBNA Board is preparing its application for the funds allocation to NIEBNA under the (now defunct) Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP). When NRP was superseded by the Neighborhood and Community Relations (NCR) program, the residue of NRP funds already allocated to neighborhood associations was held by the City pending a decision of how and when the funds would be spent.
On a one-time “get it now or lose it forever” basis and before the end of 2016, NIEBNA can apply for its NRP allocation.
Part of the application is a survey of interests and priorities of stakeholders in the neighborhood.
To participate in the survey, go to this link.