Monday, September 10, 2007
Items on this month's agenda include:
* A Crime Update from the Minneapolis Police Departement
* July19th Popsicle Social Review
* National Night Out & Mobile Block Party Review
Thursday, September 06, 2007
Tuesday, September 04, 2007
Please join us at the Hawthorne Huddle on Thursday, September 6th, to continue discussion on a timely subject that came out of last month’s Hawthorne Huddle—the changes going on in our public school system.
Education is a fitting topic for this time of year, and we’ll look at what the Minneapolis Public Schools’ North Side Initiative currently is doing to help all students succeed, and then we will hear about the plans that are in place at Nellie Stone Johnson School to help each student have a positive, successful experience this school year.
The Hawthorne Huddle is held from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. in the Multipurpose Room at Farview Park, located at 621 29th Avenue North. A continental breakfast will be available at 7:15 a.m.
We welcome your ideas and encourage you to participate in this important discussion.
A G E N D A
* WELCOME by Ellen Luger
* Safety update, Lt. Mike Sauro, Minneapolis Police Department 4th Precinct
* MAIN PROGRAM TOPIC: INITIATIVES TO HELP STUDENTS BE SUCCESSFUL
-Dr. Ben Perry, Associate Superintendent for Area A, Minneapolis Public Schools and North Side Destination Excellence Lead
-Mark Bonine, Principal, Nellie Stone Johnson School
-Nicole Randolph, Parent Liaison, Nellie Stone Johnson School
* Next Meeting: Thursday, October 4, 2007
North Regional Library
1315 Lowry Ave. N.
Communication Workers of America
3521 E Lake St
2200 Central Ave. NE
North Commons Recreation Center
1801 James Ave N
Lake Nokomis Recreation Center
2401 E Minnehaha Ave
Martin Luther King Recreation Center
4055 Nicollet Ave. S
Van Cleve Recreation Center
901 15th Ave. SE
Bryant Square Recreation Center
3101 Bryant Ave S
The purpose of Access Minneapolis, the city's Ten-Year Transportation Action Plan, is to identify steps that the City and its partner agencies (Metro Transit, Metropolitan Council, Hennepin County, Minnesota Department of Transportation) need to take within the next ten years to improve the city's current transportation system and ready it for continued growth. While the Access Minneapolis plan is based on a long-term (2030) view of transportation needs, it focuses on actions that should be undertaken throughout the city over the next ten years, recognizing that this timeframe is subject to the availability of funds.
The Streetcar Feasibility Study recommends a long-range streetcar system and identifies initial operating segments that might be good short "starter" segments. The Study evaluated fourteen Primary Transit Network corridors to determine if the operation of streetcar in some of those corridors would be physically, operationally and financially feasible. The study addressed capital and operating costs, impacts on transit service, development opportunities, physical constraints, ownership and operation alternatives, maintenance and storage facility locations and funding alternatives.
Upon request, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities or who are in need of a translator at the upcoming meetings. Please submit accommodation requests or requests for additional information to Charleen Zimmer, Project Manager, at 612-673-3166 or Charleen.Zimmer@ci.minneapolis.mn.us at least a week before the meeting.
For more information, visit: www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/public-works/trans-plan.