March Meeting Agenda
March 21, 2017 • 6:30pm • Armatage Rec Center
- City Council Update
- Park Update
- 2040 Plan & Resolution Update
- Committee Updates
- 2017 Goals & Priorities
- Community Engagement: Renter engagement • Washburn Tot Lot • Happy hour • Welcome bags
- Safety Team
- Green Team
- Summer Festival Team
- Coordinator Update
- Annual Meeting
- Annual Report
- April Newsletter
- Financial Audit
- Trees for Kids
- Tree lights and charity drive 2017
- May 8th – Art of Hosting (MLK 6-8:30pm)
- Garage Sale (June 3)
- Movie in the Park (what do we want to do)
- Treasurer Report
- Secretary Report – February minutes approved online
- New Business
$15 workshops: Creating Weather Resilient Yards
Unseasonably warm weather, long droughts and flooding rains are the new normal for spring and summer in Minnesota. Learn how your yard can adapt to and even help mitigate threats posed by these extreme weather events.
- An overview of Minnesota’s changing weather patterns and ways to minimize their impact in your yard by using alternative turf, raingardens, and other resilient-yard practices.
- 1 on 1 design assistance from Metro Blooms and Blue Thumb landscape designers and U of M Extension Master Gardeners from Hennepin County.
For more information and to register, go to metroblooms.org or call 651-699-2426.
Space is limited.
02/27/2017 03:03 PM CST
Each year, the MAC reports aircraft noise exposure associated with operations at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and uses the results to determine homeowner eligibility for the MAC’s Noise Mitigation Program. To qualify for mitigation, a home must fall within a higher impact area for three consecutive years.
The report, called the MSP Annual Noise Contour Report, details the development inputs for aircraft noise exposure contours that represent the geographical areas exposed to aircraft noise levels of 60 dB DNL and greater surrounding MSP.
The 2016 Annual Noise Contour Report is available now on the MAC Noise Program Office website here: 2016 MSP Annual Noise Contour Report.
The report concluded that a total of 286 single-family homes are eligible for mitigation in 2018. (NOTE: None are in the Armatage neighborhood.) The eligible blocks are shown in blue in the graphic online. MAC will begin reaching out to these eligible homeowners in late 2017 to begin project orientation.
The MAC is also actively initiating mitigation projects for homes that qualified last year. These homes are shown in green on the graphic online.
Southwest Communities “Future of Neighborhoods” Conversation
May 8th, 6:00 pm (dinner) 6:30 – 8:30 pm (program)
Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 4055 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55409
The neighborhood organizations of Southwest Minneapolis, in partnership with the Minneapolis Department of Neighborhood and Community Relations, invite you to come discuss your viewpoint regarding the future of neighborhoods, including creating stable communities through respecting residents’ voices and empowering local solutions. Attendees will work with other Southwest residents to discuss current and future challenges facing neighborhoods and suggest policy and funding streams to support communities to creatively address these challenges.
Free Dinner and Childcare provided
Community Connections Conference 4/1 at Convention Center
Southwest High School Performing Arts
Sweet Charity (Musical)
March 16-18 & 23-25 at 7 pm and March 19 & 26 at 2 pm.
Music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Dorothy Fields and book by Neil Simon. It was directed and choreographed for Broadway by Bob Fosse starring his wife and muse Gwen Verdon.
Charity works at a dance club and has only seen the dark side of life but thinks things are changing when she meets Oscar. Even when things turn sour, Charity stays Sweet and hopeful of her dreams
To find our more or purchase tickets go to http://southwesttheatre.org/