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3 Nov 2022

The Minneapolis City Council voted on Mayor Frey’s nomination of Brian O’Hara as the next Minneapolis Police Chief.
  • 5 participants
  • 20 minutes
mayor
officers
leaders
chief
council
important
decisions
respectful
moment
welcoming
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3 Nov 2022

The Minneapolis City Council voted on Mayor Frey’s nomination of Brian O’Hara as the next Minneapolis Police Chief.
  • 3 participants
  • 20 minutes
mayor
officers
leaders
important
council
chief
decisions
respectful
precincts
minneapolis
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1 Nov 2022

With just one week until the Nov. 8 election, City election officials have opened three additional Early Vote Centers, making early in-person voting more convenient for even more Minneapolis voters.
  • 3 participants
  • 6 minutes
voters
voting
voter
elections
balloting
ballots
minnesota
minneapolis
polling
centers
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20 Oct 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey, City Council President Andrea Jenkins, and City Council Vice President Linea Palmisano celebrate the government structure omnibus ordinance passing through City Council. This is the first time in over 100 years that the City of Minneapolis has been successful in changing its government structure. The new structure includes four direct reports to the mayor, an integrated Office of Community Safety, and elevates Race Equity, Inclusion & Belonging to a department level – among other changes.
  • 4 participants
  • 33 minutes
mayor
governance
council
elected
legislature
ordinances
municipal
administrations
reform
minneapolis
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29 Sep 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey will announce his nomination for the next Minneapolis Chief of Police. Commissioner Cedric Alexander and the Police Chief Nominee will be in attendance.
  • 10 participants
  • 26 minutes
officers
officer
mayor
policing
deputy
commissioner
chief
nominating
minneapolis
leadership
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22 Sep 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey, Commissioner Cedric Alexander, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman, MPD Interim Chief Amelia Huffman, MPD Commander Jason Case, OVP Manager Jen White – in addition to state and federal law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, and community partners.
  • 6 participants
  • 34 minutes
minneapolis
mayor
citizens
officers
patrolling
safety
sheriff
important
inspector
speaking
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15 Sep 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey, Council President Andrea Jenkins, Council Member Jeremiah Ellison, Council Member Jason Chavez and leaders from local business incubators highlight the mayor’s proposed 2023-2024 investments in inclusive economic recovery.

Earlier this year, Mayor Frey’s workgroup on Inclusive Economic Recovery released their report outlining strategies for an inclusive recovery from the impacts of the pandemic and the civil unrest of 2020. The mayor’s proposed budget includes several of the workgroup’s recommendations, including funding to recreate the Black middle class, support workforce training and entrepreneurship, and provide opportunities for wealth creation.
  • 9 participants
  • 34 minutes
minneapolis
kenyas
initiative
revitalize
prosperity
plan
diversity
work
zarah
women
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30 Aug 2022

No description provided.
  • 4 participants
  • 16 minutes
streetlights
lighting
lights
light
mayor
infrastructure
improvements
need
budget
morning
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24 Aug 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey, Council Member Emily Koski, Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) Executive Director Abdi Warsame, MPHA Board Chair Tom Hoch, and CPED Director Andrea Brennan highlighted the mayor’s proposed 2023-2024 investment in MPHA.

Last week, Mayor Frey gave his 2023 budget address where he proposed $2.7 million in one-time MPHA funding over the next two years to be used for immediate needs and emergency repairs.
  • 7 participants
  • 21 minutes
housing
rents
homes
affordability
funding
redevelopment
neighborhoods
residents
minneapolis
reinvestment
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25 Jul 2022

  • 3 participants
  • 10 minutes
business
black
week
entrepreneurs
minneapolis
community
equity
important
city
celebrate
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20 Jul 2022

No description provided.
  • 8 participants
  • 29 minutes
officers
condolences
shortly
today
inquiries
taking
responded
bystanders
incident
apprehension
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7 Jul 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey announces his nomination for the Commissioner of Community Safety. This role will oversee the mayor’s newly proposed Office of Community Safety, which will integrate five departments: 911, Fire, the Office of Emergency Management, Police, and Neighborhood Safety, formerly known as the Office of Violence Prevention. The mayor’s nomination will be transmitted to the Minneapolis City Council for consideration at its July 21 meeting.
  • 7 participants
  • 35 minutes
mayor
leadership
minneapolis
deputy
coordinating
officials
citizens
dispatchers
council
needs
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5 Jul 2022

Mayor Frey and Interim Chief Huffman will address overall safety concerns and violence in Minneapolis last night (July 4, 2022).
  • 8 participants
  • 38 minutes
violence
residents
minneapolis
recklessness
precincts
police
tolerated
downtown
responders
weekend
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29 Jun 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey, Council President Jenkins, Council Vice-President Palmisano, Council Member Koski, and Council Member Chavez joined community leaders to celebrate this historic moment: that all Minneapolis American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds have been allocated. In March 2021, ARPA was signed into law and Minneapolis was awarded $271 million through the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund.

These ARPA funds have been allocated over the past year and have allowed the City of Minneapolis to move forward with purpose and urgency with support for housing and homelessness, public safety, climate and public health, economic rebuilding, and City capacity and performance.
  • 9 participants
  • 30 minutes
resilience
minneapolis
rescue
community
mayor
revitalize
271
compassionate
efforts
important
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27 Jun 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey’s Community Safety Work Group outlined recommendations for improving public safety in Minneapolis, including strategies for strengthening oversight of the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD), bolstering officer recruitment efforts and accountability systems, and expanding violence prevention and behavioral crisis response programs.
  • 10 participants
  • 52 minutes
community
council
planning
convening
consensus
leaders
roadmap
challenges
reconsidering
safety
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24 May 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey joined Council Members Jeremiah Ellison and LaTrisha Vetaw, City leadership from the Community Planning and Economic Development department, as well as community partners to highlight the proposed $2.5 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding dedicated to programming that will provide residents with access to homeownership. This ARPA funding is in addition to the $4.45 million in ARPA funding for reducing racial disparities in homeownership in July 2021 and the ongoing $2.5 million in the City’s annual budget for the Minneapolis Homes program.
  • 6 participants
  • 17 minutes
homeownership
homeowners
homes
homeowner
housing
owning
mortgage
residents
gentrification
american
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16 May 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey joined Council Vice President Linea Palmisano, Council Member Jamal Osman, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) Superintendent Al Bangoura and President Meg Forney, as well as community partners to highlight $1 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding dedicated to programming to expand the urban tree canopy as part of the Green Minneapolis Climate Resiliency Initiative.

This partnership is part of Green Minneapolis’ Twin Cities Climate Resiliency Initiative that is focused on expanding the urban tree canopy across the 7 county Twin Cities metro area. This will add to the existing 600,000 trees under MPRB management in Minneapolis. Green Minneapolis will lead collaboration with the MPRB to add and maintain trees that will mitigate the City’s major heat islands - North and South Green Zones and Downtown and equalize tree canopy coverage across environmentally disadvantaged parts of the city.
  • 7 participants
  • 22 minutes
trees
forests
forestry
parks
ecosystems
woodlands
minneapolis
parklands
environmentalism
greening
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10 May 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey joins Council Members Jeremiah Ellison and LaTrisha Vetaw, City leadership from both the Health and Regulatory Services Departments, as well as community partners to highlight $3 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding dedicated to programming that will put Minneapolis on a path to eliminate childhood lead poisoning from housing by 2035.

The proposed investment will help Minneapolis be the first in the nation to eliminate lead poisoning in rental homes starting in our environmental justice communities with historically high levels of lead poisoning first. Interventions would primarily be window replacement. This would be a data-driven program acting in neighborhoods that we know have lead risks for children. This program addresses the need to find and remove hazards before children encounter them.
  • 7 participants
  • 20 minutes
residents
communities
residential
homes
remediation
lead
families
preventative
poisoning
children
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5 May 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey and Governor Tim Walz have finalized joint powers agreements (JPA) to provide investigative and law enforcement support in Minneapolis. The ongoing support comes at a critical time before warmer weather and will bolster the City’s overall crime prevention and enforcement strategies.

Through the JPAs, the Minnesota State Patrol will provide targeted enforcement support in city limits and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) will boost investigative capacity, supplementing the Minneapolis Police Department’s (MPD) diminished staffing levels.
  • 8 participants
  • 28 minutes
patrol
police
enforcement
officers
partnering
deputy
crime
prosecutorial
minnesota
planning
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27 Apr 2022

No description provided.
  • 9 participants
  • 33 minutes
justice
policing
officers
mayor
minneapolis
respect
misconduct
discriminatory
community
troubling
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28 Mar 2022

Representatives of Mayor Jacob Frey’s Inclusive Economic Recovery Work Group present recommendations on strategies for an inclusive economic recovery from the impacts of the pandemic and the civil unrest of 2020.
  • 3 participants
  • 15 minutes
redevelopment
homeownership
recovery
residential
community
equity
undertaking
report
entrepreneurs
assistance
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28 Mar 2022

Representatives of Mayor Jacob Frey's Inclusive Economic Recovery Work Group present recommendations on strategies for an inclusive economic recovery from the impacts of the pandemic and the civil unrest of 2020.
  • 3 participants
  • 12 minutes
redevelopment
homeownership
recovery
residential
equity
community
report
undertaking
entrepreneurs
assistance
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17 Mar 2022

Community leaders celebrated the official renaming of Dight Avenue to Cheatham Avenue in south Minneapolis this morning to honor the legacy of John Cheatham, who became the first Black fire captain with the Minneapolis Fire Department in 1899 and is believed to be the City’s first Black firefighter.
  • 4 participants
  • 2 minutes
cheatham
renaming
mayor
captain
chief
honor
tradition
john
firefighter
welcoming
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14 Mar 2022

Mayor Jacob Frey joins City leadership and external experts to announce his new standards for the Minneapolis Police Department’s (MPD) warrant and entry policy. The proposed policy makes significant changes and restrictions for both the application for and execution of search warrants, while adding additional layers of accountability to the review process following issuance of a search warrant.
  • 6 participants
  • 33 minutes
warrants
officers
policy
enforcement
restrictions
decision
approvals
citizens
reform
announce
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4 Mar 2022

Representatives of the Mayor Frey's Government Structure Work Group will highlight recommendations for the implementation of the City’s new Executive Mayor-Legislative Council form of government.
  • 4 participants
  • 31 minutes
mayors
governance
minneapolis
council
elected
citizens
officials
governor
reorganization
deliberative
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1 Mar 2022

The Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted a 2022 Budget for the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) that marks historic investments in youth, addresses ongoing challenges caused by COVID-19, and protects park assets. The budget includes a historic $2.6 million increase in youth investments through a combination of gradual increases in property taxes and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding allocations.
  • 3 participants
  • 22 minutes
funding
superintendent
instituted
parks
plans
guiding
important
bangora
mentorships
years
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9 Feb 2022

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, Interim Civil Rights Director Alberder Gillespie, DeRay McKesson, and Katie Ryan will provide an update on their approach to reviewing and revising the Minneapolis Police Department’s no-knock warrant policy.
  • 6 participants
  • 19 minutes
mayor
officers
apprised
citizens
allowed
policies
authority
appoint
moratorium
mckesson
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27 Jan 2022

City leaders highlight $16.8 million in investments in affordable housing, including $15.7 million in direct investment and $1.1 million in 10-year federal tax credits as part of the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund and Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit programs.
  • 6 participants
  • 21 minutes
housing
homelessness
apartments
homeless
residents
neighborhood
minneapolis
councilmember
affordability
funding
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12 Jan 2022

No description provided.
  • 11 participants
  • 43 minutes
vaccination
pandemic
residents
safer
cdc
policies
mitigation
contagious
warning
public
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17 Dec 2021

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Deputy Minneapolis Police Chief Amelia Huffman brought together Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) leadership and community partners to discuss the City’s response to violent crime.
  • 14 participants
  • 43 minutes
church
mayor
ministers
temple
minneapolis
precincts
officers
outreach
conversations
thank
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13 Dec 2021

The City’s Office of Performance and Innovation joined other City officials and community members to highlight the launch of the behavioral crisis response teams pilot project. Canopy Roots is serving as the provider of the pilot project.
  • 9 participants
  • 34 minutes
responders
responder
policing
officials
911
residents
minneapolis
dispatch
respondents
initiatives
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13 Dec 2021

The City’s Office of Performance and Innovation will join other City officials and community members to highlight the launch of the behavioral crisis response teams pilot project. Canopy Roots is serving as the provider of the pilot project.
  • 9 participants
  • 34 minutes
responders
responder
policing
officials
residents
911
minneapolis
initiatives
respondents
homeless
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3 Dec 2021

Additional information at
https://lims.minneapolismn.gov
  • 2 participants
  • 10 minutes
mayors
mayor
leadership
minneapolis
council
governing
administration
legislature
government
accountability
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3 Nov 2021

No description provided.
  • 4 participants
  • 12 minutes
minneapolismn
mayor
administration
municipal
council
briefings
coordinator
precincts
announced
volunteers
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1 Nov 2021

No description provided.
  • 1 participant
  • 12 minutes
voters
voting
voter
elections
balloting
turnout
municipal
precincts
minneapolismn
absentee
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22 Jul 2021

With the ongoing heat wave, City and County leaders remind everyone to take steps to stay safe. Hennepin County has an interactive map of locations where people can find relief from the summer heat.

The City, County and partners share the goal that all people gain access to permanent housing that is safe, stable and affordable over the long term. Since March 2020, the City and Hennepin County have invested $26.5 million to expand and improve shelter and outreach services. Because of these investments, Minneapolis has 200 more shelter beds, including low barrier culturally specific shelter, available today than a year ago at this time and another 36-bed facility under construction.
  • 6 participants
  • 26 minutes
homeless
shelter
cooling
neighbors
temperatures
minneapolis
needs
advisory
mayor
centralized
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17 Jun 2021

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey joined Minneapolis small business owners and community leaders to highlight the $37 million in new economic recovery investments the mayor is proposing with federal stimulus funding made available with the passage of the American Rescue Plan (ARP).

Frey’s $89 million American Rescue Plan proposal includes significant investment in support for small businesses, including restaurants, job training and placement, and inclusive economic development work.

Participants:
Wendy’s House of Soul, Heather Warfield
Black Women’s Wealth Alliance, Kenya McKnight Ahad
G & L Furniture, Abe Demmaj
  • 7 participants
  • 22 minutes
minneapolis
mayor
city
revitalized
rescue
need
community
thank
rebounding
benefiting
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10 Jun 2021

Mayor Frey’s $89 million American Rescue Plan proposal includes significant investment in expanding affordable housing options, supporting public housing, promoting BIPOC homeownership, and boosting shelter capacity throughout the city.
  • 9 participants
  • 24 minutes
housing
homelessness
minneapolis
revitalizing
mayor
funding
needs
rescue
initiatives
plan
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4 Jun 2021

Mayor Frey prioritized funding for the most urgent needs in Minneapolis with a strong emphasis on economic recovery, affordable housing, and community safety

Proposal features $89 million of the total $271 million provided in Rescue Plan funding and also includes investments for new strategies, like a Guaranteed Basic Income pilot and safety solutions beyond policing
  • 5 participants
  • 19 minutes
funding
mayor
homelessness
rescue
urgent
minneapolis
shelters
council
planning
outreach
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17 May 2021

No description provided.
  • 11 participants
  • 58 minutes
safety
minneapolis
homicides
policing
violence
community
mayors
peace
northsiders
reimagining
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20 Apr 2021

Mayor Jacob Frey, Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins and City Council Member Alondra Cano will provide remarks on the verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial.
  • 5 participants
  • 35 minutes
minneapolis
justice
citizens
mayor
jurors
naacp
reckoning
witnesses
today
condolences
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15 Apr 2021

Mayor Jacob Frey, Police Chief Medaria Arradondo and other City officials will hold their weekly press briefing to share public safety updates.
  • 8 participants
  • 42 minutes
officials
patrol
jurisdictional
mayor
responders
minneapolis
deliberations
planned
happening
dante
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12 Apr 2021

No description provided.
  • 13 participants
  • 1:08 hours
minnesotans
officials
officers
minneapolis
deputies
citizens
mayors
condolences
weekly
hennepin
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8 Apr 2021

No description provided.
  • 10 participants
  • 33 minutes
patrolling
enforcement
proactively
officials
upholding
deliberations
violence
planning
coordinating
proceeding
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1 Apr 2021

No description provided.
  • 7 participants
  • 31 minutes
officers
patrols
minneapolis
briefings
guard
safety
tolerated
residents
deliberations
going
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25 Mar 2021

No description provided.
  • 10 participants
  • 31 minutes
patrolling
officers
police
neighborhood
responders
chicago
suspect
approach
councilmember
talked
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18 Mar 2021

No description provided.
  • 8 participants
  • 28 minutes
mayor
briefings
precincts
justice
prosecutorial
chicago
responders
proceeding
county
intersection
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12 Mar 2021

No description provided.
  • 24 participants
  • 2:03 hours
councilmen
biden
citizens
policymakers
proceedings
courtroom
george
floyd
minneapolis
condolences
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11 Mar 2021

No description provided.
  • 7 participants
  • 32 minutes
protesting
community
respectful
responders
officers
attend
conversations
minneapolismn
mayor
briefings
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8 Mar 2021

No description provided.
  • 9 participants
  • 23 minutes
officers
officials
sheriff
conducted
minnesota
morning
leadership
planning
talked
gatherings
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4 Mar 2021

No description provided.
  • 8 participants
  • 30 minutes
protesters
convene
briefings
dispatchers
police
concerns
proceeding
minneapolismn
justice
support
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1 Mar 2021

Update from local, state and federal law enforcement partners on Operation Safety Net (OSN) activities, one week ahead of the trial of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin.

There will be ongoing coordination and planning ahead of the trial. This information sharing is meant to prevent the violent disruption of peaceful protests.
  • 9 participants
  • 21 minutes
officers
police
patrol
minnesota
citizens
sheriff
planning
announce
supporting
saint
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24 Feb 2021

Mayor Jacob Frey, along with other City and Metro Transit officials, held another media briefing to share updates on preparedness plans ahead of the March trial of former MPD officer Derek Chauvin.
  • 5 participants
  • 16 minutes
preparedness
minneapolis
briefings
jurisdictions
downtown
transportation
policies
patrols
public
conducted
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17 Feb 2021

Officers from Minnesota law enforcement agencies established Operation Safety Net to make sure everyone is able to safely have their voice heard during and following the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who was charged in the death of George Floyd.

The purpose of Operation Safety Net is to:
1. Preserve and protect lawful First Amendment non-violent protests and demonstrations
2. Prevent large scale violent civil disturbances, assaultive actions, property damage, fires, and looting to government buildings, businesses, and critical infrastructure
  • 7 participants
  • 22 minutes
minnesotans
officers
policing
deputies
sheriff
minneapolis
officials
precincts
hennepin
planning
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17 Feb 2021

City leaders provide update on preparedness efforts ahead of former MPD officer Derek Chauvin trial.
  • 9 participants
  • 24 minutes
briefings
officers
preparedness
enforcement
officials
convening
security
guard
precincts
courthouse
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12 Feb 2021

Mayor Jacob Frey, City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins and City Council Member Alondra Cano, along with other City leaders, will provide an update on next steps for 38th & Chicago.
  • 11 participants
  • 37 minutes
chicago
community
injustices
intersection
history
38th
memorial
tragic
confronted
floyd
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29 Dec 2020

No description provided.
  • 11 participants
  • 42 minutes
prosecutors
police
mayor
arbitrations
accountability
legal
warrants
disciplinary
investigator
proactive
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17 Nov 2020

No description provided.
  • 7 participants
  • 29 minutes
minneapolis
resilience
initiatives
need
effort
crises
plan
collectively
rebuilding
town
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10 Nov 2020

No description provided.
  • 6 participants
  • 21 minutes
housing
homelessness
homeless
homes
residents
schools
stabilizing
assistance
funding
minneapolis
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3 Nov 2020

At 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, Grace Wachlarowicz, the director of Minneapolis Election & Voter Services provided an update on the day’s voting.
  • 3 participants
  • 21 minutes
voters
ballots
voter
balloting
voting
election
polling
turnout
precincts
minneapolis
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27 Oct 2020

With a week to go before Election Day, Mayor Jacob Frey and City Clerk Casey Carl announce the opening of two new Early Vote Centers. The new centers make voting early more convenient for residents.
  • 2 participants
  • 7 minutes
minnesotans
minneapolis
voters
voting
votes
mayor
elections
turnout
sunday
county
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15 Oct 2020

No description provided.
  • 2 participants
  • 11 minutes
voters
voter
voting
elections
ballots
citizens
turnout
polls
minnesota
precincts
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13 Oct 2020

No description provided.
  • 8 participants
  • 29 minutes
violence
homicides
minneapolis
crime
crises
shootings
unsettling
community
retaliation
important
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27 Aug 2020

No description provided.
  • 10 participants
  • 27 minutes
citizens
policing
residents
city
community
peace
curfew
justice
protesting
unlawfulness
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27 Aug 2020

No description provided.
  • 10 participants
  • 27 minutes
citizens
policing
mayor
residents
community
peace
justice
curfew
protesting
streets
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26 Aug 2020

August 26, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announce a change to Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) policy.
  • 7 participants
  • 22 minutes
policing
police
officers
violence
homicides
minneapolis
policy
deliberation
sanctity
overhauling
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6 Aug 2020

No description provided.
  • 15 participants
  • 1:02 hours
minneapolisforward
minneapolis
minneapolismn
coalition
mayor
council
community
initiatives
homeless
gentrification
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29 Jul 2020

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announces an additional Emergency Regulation to implement new COVID safety measures in the City of Minneapolis.
  • 9 participants
  • 34 minutes
safety
precaution
minnesotans
minneapolis
taverns
regulations
crowded
crisis
outbreaks
closing
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22 Jul 2020

Speakers include:
Andrea Brennan (CPED): update on encampments response; City/County RFP for proposals for homelessness response and plans to use ESG funding to bring several new shelters online.
Erik Hansen (CPED): Recovery work updates.
Enrique Velazquez (CPED): Update on the City’s complaint-based, education forward approach to compliance of COVID protocols.
  • 7 participants
  • 48 minutes
homeless
homelessness
councilmembers
city
residents
shelters
county
outreach
planning
emergency
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25 Jun 2020

City Coordinator Mark Ruff will be joined by leaders from the City enterprise, including the City Attorney’s Office, Health Department, Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED) and Information Technology for the news conference.
  • 10 participants
  • 30 minutes
minneapolis
responders
mayor
council
coordinators
residents
community
policing
planning
talking
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25 Jun 2020

Officials from the City of Minneapolis will share updates on violence prevention efforts, COVID-19 response and ongoing recovery work, among other topics. (low audio until 2:58)
  • 7 participants
  • 30 minutes
violence
mobilize
policing
emergency
planning
minneapolis
interventions
support
residents
pandemic
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16 Jun 2020

Officials from the City of Minneapolis will be sharing updates on recovery efforts underway in neighborhoods impacted by civil unrest following the death of George Floyd and the City’s ongoing work to respond to the pandemic.
  • 12 participants
  • 1:01 hours
mayor
minneapolis
dispatchers
citizens
council
leadership
message
supportive
reassessment
staff
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28 May 2020

No description provided.
  • 7 participants
  • 27 minutes
sympathies
minneapolis
peace
grieve
community
compassion
crisis
mayor
policing
protesting
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27 Mar 2020

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo discuss expectations for Minneapolis residents regarding Governor Walz’s stay at home order.
  • 2 participants
  • 15 minutes
minnesotans
minnesota
minneapolis
residents
precaution
stay
regulations
supports
responders
need
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13 Mar 2020

Minneapolis City leaders provide update on COVID-19 response.
  • 4 participants
  • 18 minutes
responders
emergencies
compassionate
sick
proactive
planning
need
readiness
minneapolis
residents
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12 Mar 2020

Speed Limit press conference
  • 8 participants
  • 21 minutes
minneapolis
mayors
councilmembers
mayor
citywide
minnesota
citizens
neighborly
traffic
thanks
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12 Mar 2020

Speed Limit press conference soundbite
  • 1 participant
  • <1 minute
speeds
minneapolis
streets
citywide
reducing
legislation
limits
enabling
going
paul
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20 Feb 2020

No description provided.
  • 1 participant
  • 5 minutes
crimestoppers
assaults
minneapolis
police
crime
suspect
officer
incidents
arrest
contacting
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26 Dec 2019

City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County and non-profit partners gave an update Dec. 26, 2019 to the response efforts to the Francis Drake Hotel fire.
  • 7 participants
  • 30 minutes
responders
thankful
condolences
thanks
donations
volunteers
firefighters
homeless
minneapolis
drake
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18 Jul 2019

No description provided.
  • 4 participants
  • 20 minutes
revitalization
plaza
civic
mayor
downtown
pv
partnership
minneapolis
people
architectural
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23 May 2019

No description provided.
  • 7 participants
  • 30 minutes
cityview
school
principals
homes
mayor
households
community
building
childcare
minneapolis
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28 Mar 2019

No description provided.
  • 5 participants
  • 9 minutes
minneapolis
policing
officers
mayor
airports
safety
thank
publics
frey
stadium
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18 Mar 2019

Officials from the Minneapolis Local Organizing Committee, Metro Transit, City of Minneapolis and the mpls downtown council shared key information about Know Before You Go event tips, transportation, parking and downtown business information. For more information, go to minneapolismn.gov/finalfour
  • 5 participants
  • 13 minutes
minneapolis
stadium
minnesotans
weekend
fans
vikings
festivities
fair
downtown
tickets
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26 Feb 2019

City officials provide information about Winter Parking Restrictions that take effect Feb.27. The restrictions are needed to ensure emergency vehicles can navigate City streets that have narrowed because of heavy snow. For more information, go to minneapolismn.gov/snow
  • 2 participants
  • 6 minutes
parking
curbs
snowing
permits
traffic
sidewalks
emergency
residents
buses
february
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13 Dec 2018

No description provided.
  • 5 participants
  • 12 minutes
homeless
residents
councilmember
minneapolis
mayor
community
embarking
people
tribal
supportive
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15 Nov 2018

No description provided.
  • 5 participants
  • 23 minutes
evictions
lawyers
housing
renters
counsel
minneapolis
courthouse
homelessness
councilmember
initiatives
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1 Nov 2018

No description provided.
  • 2 participants
  • 8 minutes
arredondo
chief
officers
minneapolis
mayor
appreciated
leadership
chaplains
assistant
midoriya
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23 Aug 2018

August 23, 2018 City leaders and residents celebrated the opening of Samatar Crossing today — a new connection for people walking and biking between the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood and downtown Minneapolis.
  • 5 participants
  • 18 minutes
councilmembers
leader
riverside
crossing
welcoming
fellow
somali
people
summit
minnesota
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5 Jun 2018

Announce construction changes to I-35W and I-94 near downtown Minneapolis including the downtown access and what commuters can do to navigate the changes.
  • 5 participants
  • 19 minutes
highways
freeway
mndot
bridges
minneapolis
detour
routes
lanes
commute
improvements
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25 May 2018

City and community leaders announce today's passage of Tobacco 21, which raises the smoking age in Minneapolis to 21.
  • 7 participants
  • 20 minutes
minnesotans
councilmembers
citizens
youth
leaders
activists
reforms
t21
smokers
peers
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11 Sep 2017

Minneapolis City leaders outline campaign to end traffic deaths, injuries by 2027.
  • 5 participants
  • 21 minutes
pedestrians
councilmembers
crosswalks
minneapolis
city
mayor
walkable
streets
transit
planning
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28 Aug 2017

A celebration to mark the beginning of construction on Samatar Crossing, a new pedestrian and biking connection between the Cedar-Riverside neighhood and downtown Minneapolis. Samatar Crossing is named in honor of the late Hussein Samatar, a former Minneapolis School Board member and the first Somali-American elected to public office in Minneapolis.
  • 6 participants
  • 20 minutes
councilmember
mayor
pedestrians
downtown
minneapolis
community
leaders
bridges
cedar
summit
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31 Jul 2017

Mayor Hodges and Acting Chief Arradondo lay out their vision for public safety and public trust in Minneapolis in a news conference July 31, 2107.
  • 7 participants
  • 22 minutes
mayor
officer
policing
minneapolis
councilmembers
officials
mpd
rondo
leadership
expect
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18 Jul 2017

July 18, 2017 Press Conference regarding July 15 Officer-Involved Shooting
  • 3 participants
  • 13 minutes
police
inquiry
justice
sorrow
investigatory
death
unsure
concerns
needless
incident
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