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Feb 06th

Agenda for January 7th Hawthorne Huddle

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Representatives of Environmental Justice Advocates of Minnesota (EJAM) will tell about its focus on community engagement in North Minneapolis, aimed toward creating economically robust, environmentally sound communities at the next Hawthorne Huddle on Thursday, January 7th.

In addition, members of the Eco-Village collaboration will share what they’ve learned and what has been accomplished by working together to create a model for more healthy, stable, livable communities.  Later in the afternoon of January 7th, a ground-breaking ceremony for the Eco-Village new construction homes will take place. The Hawthorne Huddle will be 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.  

The agenda:
Welcome: Ellen Luger
Safety Update: Lt. Jim Heimerl, Minneapolis Police Department 4th Precinct
Main Program Topic: Building a healthy, stable, environmentally sound North Minneapolis community

  • Steve Cramer, Executive Director, Project for Pride in Living
  • Jill Kiener, Coordinating Consultant to North Side Home Fund
  • Inspector Mike Martin, Minneapolis Police Department
  • Jeff Skrenes, Housing Director, Hawthorne Neighborhood Council
  • Representative, Environmental Justice Advocates of Minnesota

Next Meeting:  Thursday, February 4, 2010

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