June 14, 2018 eNews

June 19, 2018 Agenda

  • Welcome
  • Officer elections (President, Vice President, Secretary)
  • President‚Äôs Report
  • Secretary Report – April & May minutes approved online
  • Treasurer Report – financials emailed/summary below
    • 990
  • Park Update
    • Movie Night (7/9) Mighty Ducks
  • Committee Updates
    • Community Engagement
      • Washburn Park (June 2018 and should be completed in early August 2018) Delayed – now to start end of August
      • Happy Hour – July 10 (7-9) at Red Wagon
        • Discuss gratuity
      • Neighborhood Garage Sale (June 2)
      • Welcome bags
        • Frisbees
        • Magnets
    • Green Team
      • Meeting update
      • Rain Garden installation delay (July 30-Aug 1)
    • Summer Festival
      • Tasks by board member – updates
      • Items that are done or in process
        • Showmobile (booked)
        • Food vendors: Red Wagon, LaLa Homemade Ice Cream
        • Band/entertainment: Melvilles, yoga, KidZone
        • Sponsorship – forms online, outreach underway
        • TapMpls (booked)
        • Car Show – Marc is on top of it ūüôā (online reg available)
        • Final Four Fam Jam
    • Safety
      • Rebate programs
      • Micro-grant program
  • 2040
  • Coordinator Update
    • NCEC elector/elections
    • Neighborhood forestry April give-away at Kenny
    • Business (residential address) grant discussion
  • New Business
  • Adjourn
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Upcoming events:

June 30 – Senator Dibble and Representative Hornstein Town Hall (10-noon) Westminster Presbyterian Church
July 9 – Movie in the Park: Mighty Ducks (at dusk)
July 10 – Happy Hour 7-9pm at Red Wagon
July 17 – ANA Monthly Meeting 6:30pm at Rec Center
Aug 7 – National Night Out
Aug 12 – Summer Festival (4:00-7:00)


Movies & Music in the Park

Check out the full schedule online! Our movie will be on Monday, July 9, and will feature Mighty Ducks. Wear your favorite hockey sweater!

Treats will be available for sale.



National Night Out

Tuesday, August 7


Town Hall Meeting with Senator Dibble and Representative Hornstein

Details:
When: 10am-12pm, Saturday, June 30th
Where: Westminster Presbyterian Church
1200 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Parking: Free, underground parking is available at the Westminster Parking Garage, the entrance to the garage is on Alice Rainville Place which is between WPC and the Millenium Hotel

Transit: The bus stop at the intersection of Nicollet and Alice Rainville Place is convenient for those taking MetroTransit to the town hall, routes 10,11,17,18,25, and 59 stop here. For more information visit: metrotransit.org

Biking: Westminster Presbyterian Church is one block off of the Nicollet bikeway (when you get to Nicollet and 12th). Bike racks are located all around the exterior of the building. A NiceRide bike station is located only two blocks away at the Minneapolis Convention Center

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Next Southwest Service Area Master Plan meeting is June 18

Date: June 18, 2018
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: Armatage Recreation Center
Address: 2500 W 57th St.
Topics: Group visioning, establishment of work groups, engagement strategy

Thank you to all of the community members working together to create the Southwest Service Area Master Plan, called SW Parks Plan for short. The next SW Parks Plan Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting is scheduled Monday, June 18, 2018, 6-8 pm at Armatage Recreation Center, 2500 W 57th St.

This meeting will focus on group visioning, establishing work groups and engagement strategy. All CAC meetings are open to the public, with a free light dinner and quiet children’s activities.

SW Parks Plan Meeting #1 Notes

What is the Southwest Service Area Master Plan?

It’s a unique opportunity to set the vision for Southwest Minneapolis neighborhood parks for the coming decades. The project will examine all outdoor park facilities at each site and create park plans that will guide decisions on capital improvements‚ÄĒincluding¬†NPP20 funding¬†allocations.

The SW Parks Plan includes 43 total park properties:

  • 23 Neighborhood Parks
  • 13 Park Triangles
  • 3 Parkways
  • 2 Tot Lots
  • 1 Former Trolley Path
  • 1 Standalone Wading Pool

SW Parks Plan Project Map

This project does not include any recreation centers, specialty areas or areas classified as regional parkland: Bde Maka Ska (formerly Lake Calhoun) Park, Beard’s Plaisance, Brownie Park, Cedar Lake Park, Cedar Lake Regional Trail, Kenilworth Regional Trail, Lake Harriet Park, Lake of the Isles Park, Lyndale Park, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail, Morrison Park (home of Minneapolis Institute of Art), Roberts Bird Sanctuary, Soo Line Community Garden and William Berry Park.

All CAC meetings are open to the public and have time set aside for public comment. Please call 612-230-6472 or email planning@minneapolisparks.org at least two business days in advance of a meeting if you require reasonable modification or language translation.