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Dec 20th

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Governor Mark Dayton unveils administration’s focus on jobs

Albert Einstein is credited with saying, “Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them." Thomas Edison often said, “Opportunity is missed by most people because it looks like work.” Noted wealth creation author of Rich Dad-Poor Dad fame, Robert Kiyosaki, shares that “inside every problem is opportunity.”
    
Clearly, Governor Mark Dayton is focused on reaching solutions and harnessing opportunity in spite of perceived problems for African Americans in Minneapolis. On March 30th at the Twin Cities Economic Summit Governor Dayton listened to community needs and swiftly responded with feedback detailing opportunities for improvement that can sow seeds of sustainable Job growth in our state.  For this the governor should be applauded. I am also appreciative of the leadership that made this summit possible provided by Representatives Bobby Joe Champion and Jeff Hayden, and Rev. Jerry McAfee and the summit organizers.  A review of the Governor’s April 8th Twin Cities Economic Summit Report outlines his intentional actions designed to seize opportunity and make it work.
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Rainbow, Roundy’s Foundation donate more than $31,500 in food and money to Twin Cities food pantries

Rainbow, Roundy’s Foundation donate more than $31,500 in food and money to Twin Cities food pantries Rainbow Foods and the Roundy’s Foundation’s Focused on Feeding Families tour made a stop in the Twin Cities.  A truck loaded with food pulled into the Lake Street Rainbow store (2919 26th Ave S) on We...
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Bruce Chamberlain named Minneapolis Parks parks post

Bruce Chamberlain named Minneapolis Parks parks post Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Superintendent Jayne Miller last week announced the appointment of  Bruce Chamberlain as the new Assistant Superintendent for Planning Services.
 
“For more than a ...
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Road resurfacing for North Minneapolis

Road resurfacing for North Minneapolis The Hennepin County Transportation Department will resurface West Broadway (County State Aid Highway 81 and CSAH 66) and Washington Avenue North (CSAH 152) starting this summer. One lane of traffic wi...
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Building Bridges: Reconnecting communities divided by race, time, and 35W

Recent race-based dialogue about a dog park has highlighted our need to build stronger relationships and understandings between neighbors of diverse race, culture, and age.

The mission of Building Brid...
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