Minimum Wage Planned Listening Sessions
The City Council has directed City staff to present minimum wage policy recommendations mid-year after doing additional research and community engagement on the topic. The listening sessions will be an opportunity for community stakeholders to share viewpoints on how a change in the minimum wage would impact them.
Details including meeting locations, dates and times are posted at the City's Minimum Wage webpage. Check there to verify dates and times as additional listening sessions and details are confirmed.
CM Palmisano's office has scheduled an additional session in South Minneapolis.
Thursday, March 2, 6-7:30pm
Mayflower Church, 106 E Diamond Lake Rd, Minneapolis, MN 55419
There will be a short presentation on the issue and the minimum wage study and then time will be given to attendees to make comments. These comments will be recorded by the City Coordinator's Office and will be presented to City Council, along with those from the other listening sessions.
Facebook event has been created for it, which you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1410755422328975/
DevJam (Former Java Jack's Location) Opening Coffee Bar in East Harriet!
David and Andrien are currently working with the City of Minneapolis to ensure all regulations are met. The coffee bar is expected to open later this summer. More details and date announcements will follow.
Harriet's Inn at 40th & Lyndale Ave S
Harriet's Inn owners signed the Business License with the City on February 24, 2015. You can view the operating conditions of this license here. The separate On-Sale Wine with Stronger Beer Class E license is yet to be signed.
Restaurant owners are projecting a June 2015 opening. More details will be provided as information is made available to East Harriet.
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Walker Methodist Health Center
3737 Bryant Ave S
The purpose of the public hearing is to present information and solicit comments for the application from Harriet's Inn, located at 4000 Lyndale Ave S, for an On-Sale Wine with Strong Beer, Class E license.
Class E entertainment allows the use of radio and television. No live entertainment is permitted.
You are invited to attend, express your opinions, and or submit such in writing. Click here to complete a form for submitting written comments. You can also contact License Inspector Mohamed Ismail at email@example.com or 612.673.3500.
40th & Lyndale Redevelopment Project gets City Planning Approval
The restaurant will close at 10 pm Sunday - Wednesday, 11 pm on Thursday, and midnight Friday and Saturday.
NOTICE: 40th & Lyndale Redevelopment Project Public Hearing Date Change to Sept 16
A planning application has been submitted to the City for the proposed mixed-use building at 4000 Lyndale Ave by James Smart with Smart Associates on behalf of Paul Dzubnar. The following has been applied for:
- Variance to reduce the off street parking from 13 spaces to 0.
- Variance of the front yard setback from 20 feet to 3 feet to allow the building (and trash enclosure if it is located closer than 20 feet from the front property line) for the first 40 feet north of the south property line.
- Site plan review for a 3,838 square foot addition to an existing building. The building will contain two commercial spaces; one of the spaces will be occupied by a restaurant.
The City Planning Commission will meet on Monday, September 16, 2013, at 4:30 p.m., in Room 317 City Hall, 350 S. 5th St., Minneapolis, MN. Interested parties are invited to attend and be heard. Planning Department staff will issue a recommendation to the Planning Commission. After hearing from the public, the Planning Commission will make a determination based on required legal findings of fact. Please visit www.minneapolismn.gov/meetings/planning for the agenda with staff reports (web page will be updated by the end of the day Wednesday prior to the meeting date).
If you have any questions or comments on the planning application, please contact City Planner Hilary Dvorak at 612-673-2639 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A separate application process for business and liquor licenses is used to determine the business plan, including hours of operation. The initial paperwork for the liquor license application has been submitted by Paul Dzubnar and complies with his previous agreement to the neighborhood to reduce the hours of operation and seating total from his original proposal. Licensing staff is still waiting for a few final pieces to the application before it is fully submitted. The proposed business plan states the hours of operation as Mon-Thurs 10am-11pm and Fri-Sat 10am-12am. The outdoor patio hours would be 11am-10pm. Seating capacity is 100 seats inside and 20 seats on the outdoor patio. An outdoor bocce ball court is in the proposal. Mr. Dzubnar has also indicated that he will apply for a valet parking license and is working to utilize nearby parking lots for this purpose.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the liquor license or hours of operation, please contact Business Licensing Inspector Mohamed Ismail at 612-673-3904 or District Supervisor Pat Hilden at 612-673-3317.
40th & Lyndale Redevelopment Plan Update
Mr. Dzubnar is moving forward with an alternate plan for the Crooked Pint that will not require any neighborhood permissions or zoning change. The developer will work with the architect to create a design utilizing the existing Super America building as a restaurant. The projected starting date to begin construction is sometime in July or August of this year. The alternate plan includes:
- Parking in the existing parking lot spaces facing Lyndale Ave
- Seating for 62 patrons inside
- Outdoor sidewalk café seating 30 patrons along 40 St
- Closing hours for the restaurant will be those allowed under state and city law for a charter-wine restaurant: 12 am close on Sunday-Thursday, 1 am close on Friday-Saturday
- The proposed hours for outdoor seating have not been discussed
- Patrons that want an alcoholic beverage must order a full meal.
- Seventy percent of the restaurant sales must come from food and 30% from alcohol.
- The kitchen must stay open until closing time.
40th & Lyndale Redevelopment Update (10-05-13)
The new closing hours will be 10 pm Sunday - Wednesday; 11 pm on Thursday and 12 pm Saturday and Sunday.
The developer/owner also agreed to change the name of the restaurant from Crooked Pint to a name that does not imply a bar.
The developer was cleared to begin construction of a new restaurant at 40th & Lyndale, following the Planning Commission's approval on Sept. 16.
More details about the new name and the beginning date of construction will be available soon.
East Harriet Community Meeting April 29
Development Project Plans at 40th & Lyndale
Monday, April 29, 2013
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Walker Health Services Rm 119A
3737 Bryant Ave S
(Enter South Revolving Door)
One of the goals of EHFNA is to encourage and facilitate communication for the residents and businesses on changes within our neighborhood. The EHFNA Housing, Zoning and Business Committee would like to announce an opportunity to share with residents the development plans for the two pieces of property at 40th & Lyndale, formerly owned by SuperAmerica.
Paul Dzubnar, Green Mill Restaurants, has purchased the property at 4000/4008 Lyndale, and has plans for development that include a neighborhood, family-friendly restaurant that will be designed by Smart Associates, Minneapolis. The development plan will include Mr. Dzubnar seeking a rezoning of the one plat and a charter wine and strong beer license from the City of Minneapolis.
During the East Harriet Community Meeting on April 29th, Mr. Dzubnar along with Jim Smart, Smart Associates, will share the design plans, restaurant concept, and zoning/liquor license requests. There will also be an opportunity during the meeting for Mr. Dzubnar and Mr. Smart to respond to resident questions. The invitation to attend the East Harriet Community Meeting has also been extended to Kingfield residents. This meeting will be facilitated by East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association.
IN ADDITION, there will be a public hearing scheduled at a later date (TBD) by the City of Minneapolis Licensing Dept. in cooperation with Council Member Meg Tuthill and EHFNA. Business and property owners will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide input concerning the granting of a liquor license to. A representative from the City of Minneapolis will facilitate the meeting.
Questions? Please contact East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association at612.824.9350 or email email@example.com.
Studio 2 Public Hearing
You are invited to attend, express your opinions, and/or submit such in writing. Please use the reverse side to make written comments or contact Inspector Julie Casey at 612-673-3905 or
Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Time: 1:30 p.m. or thereafter
Place: Minneapolis City Hall
350 South 5th Street, Room 317
Minneapolis, MN 55415
East Harriet residets are invited to attend, express their opinions, and/or submit such in writing. Please send written comments or contact Inspector Julie Casey at 612-673-3905 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Met Council SW Sewer Project Meeting & Open House May 8
The meeting and open house will take place at Linden Hills Recreation Center, 3100 W 43rd St from 6:30-8 pm. A formal presentation and question-and-answer session will begin at 6:45 p.m. The remainder of the time will be an open house format. MCES staff and consultants will use maps to show where work on the regional sanitary sewers will be done, will describe how and when the work will take place, and will discuss potential impacts and efforts to mitigate the impacts.
Schedule of where and when the work will take place (Map)
- Segment 1 - May through July 2014: Portions of West Calhoun Parkway, William Berry Parkway and East Lake Harriet Parkway (all areas are west of the Roberts Bird Sanctuary).
- Segment 2 - mid-June through November 2014: Kings Highway from the intersection of Rose Way Road to 36th St., including a portion of Lyndale Farmstead Park, and 36th St. from Kings Highway to the alley between Colfax Ave. and Bryant Ave. (all areas are east of the Roberts Bird Sanctuary).
- Segment 3 - September 2014 through January 2015: Portions of Roberts Bird Sanctuary and the Peace Gardens (landscape restoration will follow in spring 2015).
During the rehabilitation of the sewers, you may experience some temporary inconveniences as the work takes place within your neighborhood. They may include temporary parking and traffic restrictions; contractor equipment parking; extended work hours, including 24-hour operations during portions of the project; and lights, dust and some noise from pumps, generators and other construction equipment. There also may be a resin smell from the curing of the new sewer liner and the potential for sewer odor related to the repair work. MCES and its contractor will work to minimize these odors. We also encourage property owners to make sure there is water in all of the drain traps in their property, as this helps contain odors in the underground pipes.
The sewer rehabilitation work is likely to temporarily interrupt sanitary sewer service for two to five days for properties on Kings Highway from the intersection of Rose Way Road to 36th St., and on 36th St. from Kings Highway to the alley between Colfax Ave. and Bryant Ave. This is because the sanitary sewer lateral lines from these properties connect directly to the regional sewer in need of repair. MCES or its contractor will contact the affected property residents at least four weeks before the work is scheduled to occur, and will compensate them for relocation to a hotel during the sewer service disruption. For approximately 50 properties within 50 feet of the construction, we will want to do pre- and post-construction condition surveys of the properties.
How Will the Work Be Done?
Liners will be installed in the existing sewers using trenchless technology, which will help reduce the amount of excavation required. Sewer maintenance holes will be repaired or replaced as needed, and some maintenance holes will be removed from service. The sewer rehabilitation work will require diversion of wastewater through temporary pipes that generally will be above ground, but they will be buried at driveway entrances and roadway crossings. Except as allowed by the Minneapolis Traffic Department, these temporary sewer pipes will not block any roadways. Excavations will be needed at all maintenance holes and at several additional locations for the temporary sewer pipes. MCES is coordinating its work in park areas with the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board to try to minimize impact to parkland and to restore affected areas to Park Board requirements.
Additional information about the Southwest Minneapolis Interceptor Rehabilitation Project will be posted and updated periodically on the Metropolitan Council's website.
Met Council Sewer Project Open House January 30
MCES in collaboration with the East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association's Housing, Zoning & Business Committee (HZB) will hold a public information meeting and open house on Wednesday, January 30 to present information about the upcoming sewer repair project. MCES staff and consultants will use maps to show where the regional sanitary sewer repair work will be done, will describe how and when the work will be done, and will discuss potential impacts and efforts to mitigate the impacts.
The January 30 meeting will be held at VOA Southwest Senior Center, 3612 Bryant Ave S, from 7 - 8:30 pm.
For more information and details about this project, click on the Fact Sheet and Map that was shared at the EHFNA January board meeting.
Public Hearing Notice: Proposal to Eliminate Food/Alcohol Sales Ratios
1:30 p.m. or shortly thereafter
Room 317 City Hall (350 S. 5th St., Minneapolis)
The Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee will consider amending Chapters 360, 362, and 363 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances. If approved, food to alcohol sales ratios will be eliminated for restaurants that sell alcohol and all alcohol establishments will be required to meet new operating standards including employing a certified alcohol manager.
Additional information is available on the website at www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/business-licensing.
You are invited to attend, express your opinions, and/or submit such in writing by sending an email to email@example.com.
Ward 13 Public Meeting:Updating Beer & Wine Ordinances
Lynnhurst Community Center
(Minnehaha Pkwy and W. 50th St)
All City residents invited to attend.
Ward 13 Council Member Linea Palmisano and Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association are hosting a public meeting regarding proposed changes to the ordinances regulating alcohol sales in restaurants in Minneapolis. The proposed changes will be discussed and feedback will be heard from residents and business owners. A public hearing on the proposed changes is expected to take place in September.
The proposed ordinance changes will remove arbitrary sales ratios on food and alcohol that place an unnecessary burden on many businesses that are well-run, positive assets to our neighborhoods. Although the new rules would not require a certain percentage of food sales compared to alcohol, restaurants would still be required derive a substantial amount of their income from the sale of food and non-alcoholic beverages. The proposed ordinance changes will not change the type of establishment or entertainment that's allowed in a particular location-for example, bars will still not be allowed in Southwest Minneapolis.
Alongside these proposals, voters will decide this November whether or not to remove the 70% food to 30% alcohol provision for restaurants in residential areas. If voters choose to remove that requirement from the Charter, those restaurants will be subject to the new ordinances. If voters keep it in place, restaurants in residential areas will still be held to the 70%-30% requirement.
Community Energy Services Available Online
For more information, contact Ashley Robertson by phone at 612.335.5869 or by email. More information about this program can be found at CES website.
Home Energy Squad
For more information or to schedule a visit, click on their website at www.mncee.org/hes-mpls or call 612-335-5874 to schedule a visit right away!
Infill Construction Focus Groups
Volunteer facilitators will be leading a series of 2-hour long focus groups on the following dates and times:
Linden Hills Recreation Center:
• Sat., March 29 at 2:00 p.m.
• Tues., April 8 at 8:00 a.m.
• Sat., April 5 at 10:00 a.m.
• Thurs., April 10 at 8:00 a.m.
Council Member Palmisano would like to include 8-12 participants per group. Please e-mail your interest in specific group to Emily.Ziring@minneapolismn.gov or call 612-673-3199 to sign up by March 21, 2014. If you have already registered, there is no need to contact the ward office again. A confirmation e-mail will be sent to all participants the week of March 24.
HZB Meeting Minutes
Upcoming Committee Meetings
The HZB Committee meets on the last Wednesday of each month from 7 - 8 pm at Walker Health Services, 3737 Bryant Ave S.
Next Meeting - Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Questions? Contact Pam Meier via email.
Energy Services Program
Home Electric Savings Program
Children and Family Development
Additional Energy Workshops Scheduled
Workshops scheduled for May and June:
- Thursday, May 26th, 6:30 p.m., Minnehaha Academy South Campus (4200 West River Pkwy)
- Tuesday, May 31st, 6:30 p.m., Barton Open School (4237 Colfax Ave. S)
- Thursday, June 2nd, 6:30 p.m., Waite Park Community School (1800 34th Ave. NE)
More information can be found at www.mnces.org or by contacting Ashley Robertson at 612.335.5869.
Thank You East Harriet Clean Up Team!
What we accomplished as a community is truly something to be proud of. Its important to look for and recognize those acts of compassion, volunteer efforts, hard work in planning by city officials and a whole host of other agencies who so quickly came together to help our neighbors in need.
As one of our volunteers said, '...this is where people raise families and children play...it's so important they have a positive image of their neighborhood'. She's right. It's pride of place. It's community. It's the future.
Again, thanks to the following East Harriet team for sharing your time and heart to help our neighbors in need:
Lisa Van Dyke
Special thanks to the City of Minneapolis, Salvation Army, Red Cross, Urban Homeworks and Habitat for Humanity for doing an absolutely outstanding job of organizing such a massive volunteer initiative.
Click here to read the special thanks from Mayor RT Rybak.
Public Hearing Meeting on Sewer Projects in SW Mpls
Construction would be scheduled for 2012-2015. It would include installing linings inside 6.2 miles of existing sanitary sewers; constructing a new 0.6-mile sanitary sewer to replace an existing sewer; and rehabilitating approximately 690 maintenance holes. The recommended improvements would fix problem areas in the regional sanitary sewer system in order to:
- Safeguard lakes, creeks, the environment and the community by protecting against overflows and blockages.
- Maintain and improve the integrity and reliability of MCES's waste-water collection system
All interested persons are encouraged to attend the public hearing and provide comments. You also may submit comments, which must be received by the Metropolitan Council no later than November 14, 2011:
- Send written comments to: Tim O'Donnell at Metropolitan Council Environmental Services, 390 Robert St N, St. Paul, MN 55101-1805
- Fax comments to: Tim O'Donnell at 651-602-1477
- Record comments on: Metropolitan Council Public Comment Line at 651-602-1500
- E-mail comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Send TTY comments to 651-291-0904
Click here to view meeting information. More information on sewer interceptors can be found at www.metrocouncil.org/environment/Interceptors
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Important Information From CM Hodges To East Harriet Residents
- An Editorial in the Southwest Journal written by CM Hodges, outlining the context in which the Mayor and City leaders are making these decisions.
- City website that explains some of the issues in detail.
- An in-dept explanation of the Proposed 2011 Property Tax Bill provided by CM Hodges.
- Regular Property Tax Refund for income-qualified homeowners.
- Special Property Tax Refund regardless of income for property owners where their net increase is greater than 12%.
For additional comments or questions, you can contact CM Hodges by email or visit Ward 13 website for more information.
Information Insulation Art at Locus Architecture
Imagine keeping your place warm by wrapping it with issues of the Star Tribune. In the years around World War II, building owners did just that, stuffing the walls and ceilings with yesterday's news. When Locus opened up the ceiling in the old Triangle Printing space they found a 1940 time capsule.
Information Insulation Art brings new life to the old newsprint, displaying the Star Journal and Times Tribune as art. Stop by Locus, for their renovation celebration to view history in a modern art exhibit.
Refreshments, discussion, and a quiz generated from the papers will accompany the exhibition.
Business Association Seeks Input From East Harriet
NEHBA has been given a grant from the city of Minneapolis to provide branding, identity, and marketing for its businesses in our commercial nodes in the area represented by NEHBA. The grant is part of the Great Streets Neighborhood Business District Support Program initiated by the City in 2007 to help "businesses succeed along commercial corridors and at commercial nodes."
NEHBA has hired Mind*Spark Creative, a marketing firm, to conduct research in Southwest Minneapolis in order to uncover the "emotional truths" about the area. Mind*Spark has been canvassing the area for the past three to four months engaging with business owners to gain a better perspective on how Mind*Spark (as a marketing firm), NEHBA and the City of Minneapolis can help to make Southwest more of a destination place.
NEHBA with the help of Mind*Spark is looking to define the area's identity in order to help create a "sense of place" for the business owners, residents and consumers who spend time in Southwest Minneapolis. This survey and your input, will contribute to that outcome.
The survey will be open until 5 pm on Wednesday, September 14. The results will be posted on www.NEHBA.org at the end of September. We appreciate your time in completing this survey. Your input is of great value to our research!
If you have further questions, please contact email@example.com.
The NEHBA service area covers 420 city blocks. Its boundaries are: North to 36th Street; South to Highway 62; East to Nicollet Avenue; and West to Dupont/Kings Highway from 36th Street to 54th Street; Logan Avenue from 54th Street to Highway 62.
Energy Workshop Provides Great Information & Benefits To Residents
A special thanks to Jeff Hemer from East Harriet's Housing, Zoning and Business Committee who hosted the workshop and partnered with the CEE to provide our neighbors the opportunity to participate in this program.
Join the over 3,300 Minneapolis residents who have already received an in-home energy audit. There are more workshops scheduled in April and May. To reserve your spot or for more workshop dates, contact Ashley Robertson at 612.335.5869 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can also be found at www.mnces.org.
Receive up to $400 worth of goods and services for a co-pay of only $30, including:
- Home visit by energy experts
- Personalized recommendations and home reports
- Feedback on your energy use
- Installation of energy saving materials
- Community participation and support
Community Energy Services is a partnership with the East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association, Center for Energy and Environment, City of Minneapolis, Center Point Energy and Xcel Energy with funding provided by the MN Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund and the City of Minneapolis block grants.
Community Energy Services Available in East Harriet!
CES begins with FREE educational workshops where homeowners can schedule a customized home energy visit. The visit includes a blower door test which measures for air leaks in the home, as well as the installation of energy and money saving materials. These materials may include compact fluorescent light bulbs, low-flow showerheads, faucet aerators, pipe wrap, a programmable thermostat and more! Participants are also provided with energy tracking and feedback, information on innovative financing and access to specialized rebates available to only program participants. Up to $400 in services and materials for a co-pay of only $30!
Worried about ice dams? CES energy experts will also help you identify ice dam problems and provide you with information and financing that will allow you to improve the comfort in your home while eliminating ice dams.
East Harriet North Side Volunteer Clean-up Day
Time: 8 am - 1 pm
30 Volunteer slots available for East Harriet
The East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association (EHFNA) is organizing a clean-u[ crew of 30 people for next Saturday, June 4th from 8 am to 1 pm to help our neighbors in North Minneapolis, who are still dealing with the destruction of the May 22nd tornado.
We would love to have your time and talent to help with light debris clean up (racking, picking up tree branches, debris, etc.) Tasks will vary based on the needs of the residents and areas assigned.
If you can join us, contact Pam Meier or RSVP through East Harriet Facebook and let us know you want to volunteer.
We would encourage people to carpool. A carpool location to meet between 7 - 7:30 am in East Harriet is being finalized. We will start you off with OJ, muffins and coffee and then head up to North Minneapolis around 7:30 am, park at Brookdale Center (formerly Macy's parking lot), sign in and get started. If you don't want to carpool, look for us in the parking lot wearing East Harriet t-shirts.
NOTE: The city will provide transportation to and from Brookdale Center to the North Minneapolis assigned areas.
Volunteers will receive as a thank you an East Harriet t-shirt. If you can wear during the day we can find each other and show East Harriet spirit. We will pas them out at the carpool location and Macy's parking lot.
If you cannot make it but would like to help in some way, please continue to read below for other support opportunities.
Java Jack's Beer/Wine License Approved
Check www.eastharriet.org for an update on the 90 day review. In the interim, any inquiries or concerns should be directed to the City of Minneapolis by dialing 311.
Java Jack's Public Hearing Results
DATE CHANGE: New Date for City Council Meeting is May 28
If you have further public testimony that you'd like to submit, please forward to Mr. Ismail at email@example.com or Council Member Betsy Hodges using the following online link www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/contact/email-form-hodges.asp.
I'd also like to thank all the area residents and business owners who participated in East Harriet's Community Meeting, the City of Minneapolis' Public Hearing and submitted testimony via US Mail or email. As Council Member Hodges has stated a number of times, neighborhood input matters.
Housing, Zoning and Business Committee Chair, EHFNA
NOTE: As indicated at the May 6, 2010 City of Minneapolis Public Hearing held on this matter at the Lyndale Farmstead Park, the only entertainment Java Jacks is allowed is a Class "E" beer/wine License. This License permits the use of radio, television, prerecorded music, karaoke, and jukebox. As far as the basement at this location, they are not allowed to take any food or alcohol to the basement. The basement is not part of their business and not open to the public.
City of Mpls Public Hearing
Java Jack's Beer/Wine License
Thurs., May 6, 6-7 pm
Lyndale Farmstead Park
Business and property owners will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide input concerning the granting of a beer/wine license to Java Jack's. A representative from the city will facilitate the meeting.
Questions? Please contact Pam Meier, EHFNA Housing, Zoning and Business Committee Chair, at 612.205.5534 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Java Jack's Community Meeting Update
Java Jack Community Meeting Recap
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Resident Letter 5
2010 Historic WalkingTours
Click here for more details on the available tours or call 612.673.2615 for more information. For accessibility questions, call 612.673.2157
Click on Historic Tour Brochure to view a list of tours including descriptions, dates, time and if reservations are required.
Home Improvement Loan Program Continues in 2009
The East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association (EHFNA) is making available up to $81,000.00 of its NRP Phase II funds to implement a home improvement program in the East Harriet Farmstead neighborhood. The loans are to finance improvements to properties located in the East Harriet Farmstead neighborhood in accordance with the guidelines outlined in Attachment A of this RFP. Attachment B of this RFP outlines a Scope of Services that EHFNA will perform as well as the duties and responsibilities of the selected program administrator. Attachment C lists the line items for proposals.
Ward 13 Development Summit
City Planning staff will be available to answer questions about how the City reviews development proposals, decision points in those processes, and where there will be official opportunities for residents to provide input. The meeting will break into small groups allowing each neighborhood to have discussions about development issues in their area.
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