November 17 Neighborhood Meeting Agenda
- Welcome & Introductions
- Special Election for Open Board Seats (2)
- Halloween Tour Recap and Requests for Holiday Light Tour
- Supply Needs and Budget
- 2021 Rain Garden Program
- ANA Visioning and Expectations
- 2021 Coordinator and Accountant Contracts
Run for the Armatage Neighborhood Association Board
Love our neighborhood and want to get more involved? The ANA will hold a special election for two open board seats at the November 17 meeting at 6:30pm on Zoom. To learn more about the duties, time commitment and to register to run in the Special Election, visit https://armatage.org/november-2020-special-election/ by Sunday, November 15 at 11:59pm.
A candidate guide will be published at armatage.org on November 16 and the vote will be conducted live via Zoom at the ANA Monthly Meeting on Tuesday, November 17 from 6:30-8:30pm. All Armatage residents 18 years and older and designated representatives of a neighborhood business or institution are eligible to vote at the meeting. Register for this month’s Zoom meeting link here.
Transforming Community Safety Survey
Provide your input on what community safety looks like and share your ideas about a new model of community safety for the City of Minneapolis. Here are links to the survey, which closes November 20:
- Transforming Community Safety in Minneapolis (English)
- Transformando la Seguridad de la Comunidad en Minneapolis (Spanish)
- Waxa Laga Beddelayo Badqabka Dadweynaha (Somali)
- Kev hloov pauv hauv zej zog kev nyab xeeb Huv Lub Nroog Minneapolis (Hmong)
- Jijjiirama Nageenyaa Hawaasaa Minneapolis keessatti Taasisuu (Oromo)
Your input will help inform efforts to expand and improve the public safety system, with the goal of ensuring that every single person in Minneapolis can trust they’ll be kept safe. Learn more and stay up to date on this process at https://www.minneapolismn.gov/community-safety/
Palmisano Presents: Our City’s 2021 Proposed Budget
Email email@example.com to attend Council Member Linea Palmisano’s community presentation and discussion on the Minneapolis’s proposed 2021 budget this Thursday, November 19 from 6:30-8:00pm.
Give Feedback on the Proposed 2020 Budget
- 10:00am on Monday, November 16
- 6:05pm on Wednesday, December 2
- 6:05pm on Wednesday, December 9
Learn how to participate in online public hearings here. Comments submitted online will be entered into the public record and shared with the mayor and council members. The City Council is scheduled to vote on adopting the budget on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Visit the City’s website to learn more about the mayor’s recommended budget, key dates in the approval process, FAQs and more. You can also watch a series of videos on the City’s budget process.
Public Hearing Notice
The City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing to Amend Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances related to the Zoning Code on Monday, November 16, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Community members may view the public hearing using the following options: Watch on Comcast Channel 14 or 799, CenturyLink Channel 8001 or 8501, or live on www.minneapolismn.gov/tv/citycounciltv. You can submit comments or participate by phone in the meeting by using the following website: www.minneapolismn.gov/meetings/index.htm.
If you have questions, please contact the City staff person listed below. If you would like to submit comments, you may submit them via the link above or by emailing: Amber Turnquest, Principal Planner – 612-673-5166, Amber.Turnquest@minneapolismn.gov
Yard Waste Collection Ends Next Week
Winter might be here, but next week is your last chance to set out leaves, branches, pumpkins and more for yard waste collection. For details on how to bag and bundle your yard waste, visit http://www.minneapolismn.gov/solid-waste/yardwaste/index.htm
New Restrictions on Social Gatherings, Bars and Restaurants
Tonight (November 13) at 10:00pm, new statewide restrictions will go into effect to limit social gatherings, celebrations and the operations of bars, restaurants and event venues to combat the dangerous spike in COVID-19 cases that has occurred this fall. Some of these changes include:
- Bar counter service: No seating or service at the bar or counter, unless the business only offers service at the counter.
- For businesses that only offer service at the counter, customers may line up with a mask, staying six feet apart and then return to their seat.
- Bar games that require standing are not permitted.
- Indoor and outdoor capacity: 150-person limit. Customers must not exceed 50% of total capacity. All customers must be seated at tables.
- Dine-in hours: Dine-in service must close between 10:00pm and 4:00am. Businesses may remain open for takeout and delivery.
- Social gatherings: Gatherings must not exceed 10 people for both indoor and outdoor settings and are limited to members of only three households or less, including the host.
Additional limitations on celebrations, including wedding receptions, will go into effect soon afterwards.
- Starting November 27, celebrations must end by 10:00pm and have no more than 50 attendees. The time restriction ends at 4:00am.
- Starting December 11, celebrations must have fewer than 25 attendees. This does not apply to the actual wedding, funeral or similar planned ceremony, only the reception or celebration that accompanies the ceremony.
- Read more at staysafe.mn.gov.