Parks, Minneapolis Public Schools, Density, Zoning, etc.
Regarding the Hiawatha Golf Course, the slate of candidates who ran in support of preserving the course was pretty much wiped out in the last election (save for 1 person) so I expect it will be going away.
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Resiliency is the focus of Lake Nokomis shoreline design project
Nearly $450,000 will be spent on plantings and other improvements around Lake Nokomis this year to improve the eroding shoreline and water quality. With this, invasive plants will be removed, and habitat developed.
Although they seem expensive, it's nice to see projects like this which build habitat within city limits. Personally, I like to see wildlife in the city. (Minneapolis's newest island is the most notable example.)
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