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MHNA Transportation Committee Meeting
August 26th, 2015
Minneapolis Event Center
212 Second St SE
6:00 – 6:05
1. Welcome & Introductions
6:05 – 6:45
2. Project update on East Hennepin Avenue/NE 1st Avenue study
• Update on stakeholder input process/formation of City/County task force
• Preliminary project insights and Q&A about project
• Discussion of MHNA goals for 9th Street Industrial/Triangle Area per MHNA Master Plan
National Night Out is tonight, Tuesday, August 4. Over 1,480 events were registered in 2014 ranking Minneapolis #1 among cities of its size.
National Night Out is an annual event that encourages residents to get out in the community, hold block parties, and get to know their neighbors as a way to assist crime prevention. It's a great way to promote community-police partnerships and enjoy a Minnesota summer evening surrounded by friends and family.
According to the records updated on July 28, the following are locations of Marcy-Holmes…
By Bill Huntzicker
When he was growing up two blocks from Dinkytown, Damiian Mario Lang used to stand on his front porch and shout “Ho Chi Minh” at the top of his lungs.
He wasn’t celebrating the North Vietnamese leader; he was calling his dog, “some sort of beagle mutt who would lie on the roofs of cars in Dinkytown,” Lang said. “Sometimes he would snarl at people when they returned to their cars.” Sometimes he’d scare them away. When Lang called, though, “that dog would…
July 14, 2015 | News
article by Bill Huntzicker
The Minneapolis City Council on July 10 officially approved “Local historic designation: Dinkytown Commercial Historic District” with all members present and voting unanimously.
The action designates the smaller of two proposed boundaries in the city’s Dinkytown study. The smaller district highlights the streetcar era from 1899 to 1929 and the longer period would have run through 1970s.
And it leaves many issues, including height, to be resolved through future negotiation. Here are the…
June 22, 2015 | News
Public Hearing: Dinkytown Historic Designation Status
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING
Proposed designation of the Dinkytown Commercial District as a local historic district.
The Heritage Preservation Commission will meet on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 4:30 p.m., in Room 317 City Hall, 350 South 5th Street, Minneapolis, MN. Interested parties are invited to attend and be heard. Planning Department staff will issue a recommendation to the Heritage Preservation Commission. After hearing from the public, the Heritage Preservation Commission will make a determination based on required legal findings of fact. Please visit http://www.minneapolismn.gov/meetings/hpc/index.htm for…
Please attend our 2015 Annual Meeting on Tuesday June 16, 2015, 7:30 pm, at the Minneapolis Events Center
(212 Main Street SE | Mpls, MN 55414)
Installing Traffic Circles on 6th Ave SE at 6th and 7th Streets SE
Public Meeting: Wed, Feb 25, 2015, 6 - 7:30 pm
Andrew Riverside Church, 403 8th Ave SE
Click HERE for more details
The city is now completing the Stone Arch Bike Boulevard on 6th Ave SE to connect the major bike route on the Stone Arch Bridge with neighborhoods north of the bridge and the UMN. The Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Assocication's Transportation Committee invites you to discuss these traffic calming solutions…
Because of the recent closing of Pracna, the January 20 Board and General Membership Meeting will be held at
Minneapolis Event Center | 212 2nd Street SE
(in St. Anthony Main – enter on 2nd St SE)
Board Meeting: 6 pm
General membership: 7:30 pm
Please contact our office 612.623.7633 if you have any questions about this change.
November 03, 2014 | News
The TCF Bank Good Neighbor Fund request for 2015-16 applications is now posted. The Good Neighbor Fund has supported many activities in our neighborhood- creation of the interactive neighborhood map in the kiosk at Stone Arch Bridge; identity signage; artist-designed utility box wrappings; way finding for the Dinkytown Greenway; a community carillon festival; a video that markets the University District.
The deadline for applying is Jan 30th, 2015; projects are to be completed between July 2015 and June 2016. The Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association is eligible to apply for the grant. MHNA encourages organizations and individuals to submit…
MHNA Meetings in November
Sun Nov 2nd at 3 pm– 6th Ave Gateway prep gardens for winter. Bring tools, gloves, rakes and lawn bags. Meet at 6th & University. Cordelia Pierson, chair
Mon Nov 3rd at 6:30 pm Creative Places Committee meeting at Winslow House, 100 Second St SE. Nancy Hovanes, chair
Wed Nov 5th at 6 pm – Land Use Committee meeting, University Lutheran Church of Hope, 601 13th Ave SE . Presentations begin at 6:30 pm. Hung Russell & Larry Prinds, co-chairs
Thursday Nov 13 6:30 – 8 pm Transportation &…
Good Neighbor Fund 2015 Grants Available
Stadium Area Advisory Group members and interested others:
The University of Minnesota is now inviting applications for grants from the 2015 Good Neighbor Fund/Vikings Partnership Fund. Grant applications are due by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, January 30, 2015. You will find the Request for Applications and Application Form attached to this message.
Information Meeting. You are invited to an information meeting about the 2015 Good Neighbor Fund/Vikings Partnership Fund grant cycle:
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Van Cleve Park Multi-Purpose…
Attend a meeting on the Future of our SE Library and bring a friend
Dear Friends of Southeast Library,
Earlier this year, Hennepin County contracted with the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs as a consultant to engage the community and lead a steering committee of stakeholders through a process of envisioning the future of the Southeast library. The steering committee, of which I am the designated representative for the Friends of the Southeast Library group, has already met twice and is scheduled to meet three more times. In addition, four meetings that are…
Please come to the next Save Our Shade Trees Task Force meeting and invite others interested in helping with this neighborhood priority:
Tuesday, October 14 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Location - Andrew-Riverside Church, 403 8th Ave SE
Overview of MHNA-adopted Save Our Shade Trees Plan, Tier 3
MPRB review ash removal and replacement plans
Rainbow update on ash tree treatments
Task force address landowner education, fundraising, tree highlighting, tree care for replacement trees and other aspects of plan implementation;
Funding and staff support requests for 2015 Community Participation Plan/Action…
MHNA meetings in September:
• Tues Sept 2nd at 6 pm, Land Use Committee at University Lutheran Church of Hope, 601 13th Ave SE
• Wed Sept 3rd at 5 pm, Transportation Committee at Andrew -Riverside Church, 403 8th Ave SE
• Tues Sept 16 at 6 pm, MHNA Board meeting at University Lutheran Church of Hope, 601 13th Ave SE
- Special note- The MHNA Board of Directors gives official notice here that at its September 16, 2014 board meeting, a vote will be taken to allocate $7,737 in previously uncommitted Neighborhood Priority…
Dinkytown Transportation Forum - "The Future of Getting Around in Dinkytown"
Tuesday August 12, 2014 • 5-8pm • Varsity Theater
HAPPY HOUR w/ FREE DRINKS and FOOD
5 - 6 pm
Questions will be answered by:
Minneapolis Public Works
Council members Cam Gordon and Kevin Reich Metro Transit
Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition
University Parking and Transportation
University District Alliance
Local Businesses, Property Owners, Faith Community and Greek Organizations
6 - 7 pm
July 25, 2014 | News
Utility Boxes Showcase Local Artists in Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood
“Box Fresh” Utility Wraps Project Now on Display
Six utility boxes, formerly covered with graffiti, are now permanently wrapped with original designs from six local artists. The “Box Fresh” Utility Wraps Project is a collaboration of the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association (MHNA) and The Soap Factory. Images range from a city nightscape and vintage photo booth to contemporary and conceptual designs.
• 1222 4th St SE, by Rachel Orman
• 1300 4th St SE, by Tony Chrenka
• 327 14th Ave SE, by Candy…
Opening of Bluff Street Extension of the Dinkytown Greenway Sunday, July 20, 1 – 2 pm (rides leave at 1 pm; remarks at 1:30 pm)
Rides start from Gateway Park (Hennepin and Second Street) and from TCF Bank Stadium (between gates C and D on 23rd Street SE)
Join Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and City Council Members Frey and Gordon for a celebration of the Bluff Street Extension of the Dinkytown Greenway. When the Dinkytown Greenway opened last summer, it provided a bike/ped path from Bridge 9 to TCF Bank Stadium and the U of M Transitway…
Notice is hereby given that the City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, July 14, 2014, at 4:30 p.m., in Room 317 City Hall, 350 S. 5th St., Minneapolis, MN for the purpose of considering adoption of the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Master Plan and Dinkytown Business District Plan documents.
The purpose of the small area plan document is to provide greater detail for public and private land investment and development in the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood in Southeast Minneapolis. The project area for the plan is the area within…
June 24, 2014 | News
The Emerald Ash Borer is in Marcy-Holmes! Please provide your input on how we manage the transition of our canopy.
Marcy-Holmes has approximately 400 boulevard ash trees. All of these trees will be lost. The City of Minneapois will remove them over the next 7 years, if not sooner. MHNA has established a task force to help plan the transition of our boulevard canopy. Our goal is to proactively engage with the city to identify the highest value neighborhood trees to preserve as long as possible, and to prioritize those trees we wish to replace sooner. …
June 19, 2014 | News
MHNA’s 2014-2015 Board of Directors: Results of June 17, 2014 elections
OFFICERS (elected to 1 year terms)
President Jan Morse
Vice President Doug Carlson
Secretary Cameron Naughton
Treasurer Martha Ballard
DIRECTORS (elected to 2 year terms)
DIRECTORS filling out the last year of their terms:
Pastor Craig Shirley
MHNA Annual Meeting Tues June 17th, 7:30 pm at Pracna on Main, 117 Main St SE.
If you can, come to the meeting a bit early as we will need time for members to sign in, renew, get a paper ballot. MHNA's new associate Chris has created a great slideshow of the year in pictures that we will have running throughout the meeting. We will also be recognizing some special volunteers who have done so much to keep this a beautiful and vibrant neighborhood.
May 07, 2014 | News
MHNA Meetings this month:
Transportation Committee Wed May 7, 5-6:30 pm Andrew Riverside Church
Creative Places Committee Friday May 9 at 4:30 pm, Restaurant Alma
Land Use Committee Tuesday May 13, 6 pm, Univ. Lutheran Church of Hope
MHNA Board Meeting Tuesday May 20, 6 pm, Univ. Lutheran Church of Hope
Mississippi River Trail Task Force: May 14, 8:30 – 10:00, East River Road Dunn Brothers
Marcy-Holmes Spring Fest! Saturday May 3rd, 12 - 4 pm
We're blocking off Sixth Ave SE from University to Second for a celebration of our neighborhood's history and vitality!
- Featuring free refreshments from local favorites: Food from Alma and Brasa; Beverages from Dunn Bros; Gelato from Talenti.
- Live music and dancing in the street! Fun for all- no dancing experience necessary as Robin Nelson will be calling the steps.
- Take the new audio history tour; check out or buy a copy of our neighborhood history book, Hiding in Plain Sight, by…
April 26th & May 3rd Events
Saturday April 26th
Join neighbors in our annual Earth Day River Clean-Up, 9:30 am - noon at Father Hennepin Bluffs Park, 6th Ave SE & Main St.
Refreshments provided by Bruegger's Bagels and General Mills. We clean the stretch of the Mississippi from 35W Bridge to Nicollet Island, Rain or Shine.
Gloves, bags and maps provided.
Sat May 3rd Marcy-Holmes Spring Fest 12 – 4 p.m
on 6th Ave SE between University & Second St SE
Bikes, Bites and History-themed event celebrating our creative places!…
MHNA April 15, 2014 meetings are being held at Minneapolis Events Center, Suite 312. Enter at 212 Second St SE
Board begins at 6 pm
General Mmebership at 7:30 pm
Community meetings on 2014 Ash Canopy Replacement Plan April 1st & 3rd
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) Forestry Department will be holding a series of community meetings to share details of the 2014 Ash Canopy Replacement Plan. The meetings will provide attendees with a general overview about Emerald ash borer (EAB), information about the MPRB’s partnership with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture to safely detect and remove EAB-infested trees, and a description of the MPRB ash canopy replacement plan. There will also be time for forestry staff to answer questions.
The April meetings will be…
March 18, 2014 | News
MHNA Board Meeting March 18th will be held at University Lutheran Church of Hope,
601 13th Ave SE from 6 - 7:30 pm. Agenda is posted on this website on the Membership page.
Our spring quarterly General Membership meeting has been moved to April 15th.
MHNA Meetings this month:
Tuesdays at 7 am, Dunn Bros 6th & University, MHNA Housing Diversity Task Force, Tod Elkins,chair.
March 4th at 5 pm, Andrew Riverside Church, 403 8th Ave SE Transportation Committee, Dick Kavaney, chair.
March 6th from 7-8:30 pm at Bordertown Coffee, 315 16th Ave SE Creative Places Committee, Crisi Lee, chair
March 11 at 6pm, Univ Lutheran Church of Hope, 601 13th Ave SE, MHNA Land Use Committee (presentations start at 6:30) Cordelia Pierson, chair.
March 13th from 7-8:30 pm, at the Aster Café, 125 Main St SE, MHNA Creative…
February 24, 2014 | News
On Friday the Minneapolis City Council voted to:
• Uphold the decision to DENY the demolition permit for 1319 4th Street SE (Camdi/Mesa Pizza)
• Allow staff to complete the historic designation study of this site and Dinkytown's historic character core
• Support growth with preservation, for Dinkytown's economic sustainability.
We are deeply grateful to the City Council for giving the MHNA, DBA and stakeholders a chance to create a future for Dinkytown that builds on its strengths. The broad community support from so many people speaking up was very important for this leadership decision. …
Important City Council Vote Friday Feb 21
The full city council meets at 9:30 am to vote on vote on the future of Dinkytown's historic character, which the city's market study cited as essential to Dinkytown's economic viability. http://www.minneapolismn.gov/www/groups/public/@cped/documents/webcontent/wcms1p-117484.pdf
Emails and calls to council members can still be effective if they are sent TODAY! Although the hearing is open to the public, no public testimony will be heard.
MHNA's position is "pro-growth with preservation".
We are asking council members to:
• Uphold the Zoning and Planning Committee's decision to DENY the demolition permit for 1319 4th Street…
Action Needed now!
Tomorrow Feb 13th (9:30 am) the Zoning & Planning committee of City Council will decide if three buuildings in Dinkytown should be torn down or preserved. A vote by the full city council will follow on Friday Feb 21st. The MHNA Board of Directors is in favor of protecting Dinkytown's historic character. This commercial area serves University area residents, and is integral to our University community's vitality.
Please contact your city council member today with this message:
· Dinkytown has a distinct historic character at its heart - the crossroads of 14th Avenue and 4th…
Feb 6 - Holmes Park building improvements Open House
You are invited to learn more about structural improvements to the Holmes Park shelter building being planned by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board this year. Improvements will focus primarily on ADA accessibility and improved building function. Please join us at this open house to review and discuss potential improvements and to share your ideas.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Marcy Open School Auditorium
415 4th Avenue SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
If you require language translation or other accommodations,…
Parking for High Density Residential Development:How Much Is Enough?
Attend The University District Alliance Parking Task Force Forum
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. at
University Lutheran Church of Hope, Fellowship Hall 601 13th Avenue Southeast
TO REGISTER: http://www.ParkingForumUDistrict.eventbrite.com
The Task Force's preliminary findings and recommendations are now posted on the City of Minneapolis website at www.minneapolismn.gov/cped/projects/UniversityDistrictParkingStudy.
The Future of Dinkytown may be decided Tuesday Jan 21st at the Minneapolis Heritage Presrevation Commission (HPC) meeting, 4:30 pm in City Hall Room 317. Commission members will be considering three demolition permits for buildings in the heart of Dinkytown. Express your opinion in person or by contacting city staff Janelle Widmeier: Janelle.Widmeier@minneapolismn.gov
Learn more at MHNA's Jan 21st General Membership meeting at Pracna on Main, 117 Main St SE, at 7:30 pm.
Other MHNA meetings coming up:
Creative Places January 28th at First Congregational Church, 500 8th Ave SE, at 6:30 pm
January 10, 2014 | News
MN Pollution Control and General Mills invite interested parties to informational open houses in January concerning the TCE vapor issue affecting the SE Como neighborhood and a small area of Marcy-Holmes, along 8th St SE. These “community office hours” will be held:
January 15, 4-6 p.m. Van Cleve Recreation Center (901 15th Ave SE)
January 28, 4-6 p.m. Van Cleve Recreation Center (901 15th Ave SE)
This type of outreach is targeted for one-on-one communication with residents and property owners. Representatives from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Minnesota Department of Health, Barr Engineering, and General Mills…
Some important upcoming calendar items:
Good Neighbor Fund - final info session TONIGHT
Wednesday, November 13 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Laukka Room, Suite 200 McNamara Alumni Center 200 Oak Street SE, Minneapolis.
NOTE - in 2014 and 2015 the Good Neighbor Fund is benefitting from a contribution from the MN Vikings, who will be playing at the TCF Bank stadium while their new stadium is being constructed. This additional funding is enabling larger projects as well as in-kind assistance from the MN Vikings. Informational sessions are recommended before making an application.
Central Mississippi Riverfront…
November 08, 2013 | News
Pleased to report the Marcy relocation proposal is not going through. There is a letter going home in backpacks today and Phyllis at the school confirmed over the phone. Cordelia Pierson also confirmed with Jenny Arneson, school board. Apparently the news had gotten as far as Paris! We live in a fantastic community. Thank you to all those who chimed in.
Meeting about moving Marcy Open School from our neighborhood- TONIGHT 6:30 pm
Important Parent Meeting - Weds. Nov. 6 at 6:30 pm
Tuesday, November 05, 2013 10:25 AM
Parents are invited to meet with Michael Thomas, our area superintendent, in the auditorium to hear about the District's 5 year plan and how it might impact Marcy. One recommendation is that the Marcy Open program move intact to the Sheridan building.
The above notice was posted on the school’s website yesterday. The meeting is tonight. MHNA office has received many calls and emails…
MHNA's Land Use committee will be meeting on Thursday Nov 7th at 6:30 pm in First Congregational Church, 500 8th Ave SE.
Preview & Comment - 2013 Neighborhood Master Plan
Tuesday October 15th from 7:15 – 9 pm
Union Labor Center, 312 Central Ave SE, Room 218
We have been working hard incorporating feedback to create a framework for the next 10 years in Marcy-Holmes. The 2013 Master Plan is different from the 2003 plan in overall tone, structure, and—to some extent—in its major recommendations. It’s easier to use and it’s graphically oriented, not text oriented. Light refreshments provided by Entourage Events Center, a new neighbor in St Anthony Main. Questions? Contact: email@example.com
Emerald Ash Borers are here! These destructive beetles will soon decimate our neighborhood's shade tree canopy...unless we act quickly. Ash trees are located on boulevards and on private properties throughout Marcy-Holmes. See map
MHNA's Safety & Livability Committee is hosting an Emerald Ash Borer Q & A meetingTuesday Sept 24th, 5:30 pm at First Congregational Church. Reps from Minneapolis Parks Forestry Dept will be on hand to help people identify ash trees and what steps they can take to protect (inoculate) or remove. An informational postcard was mailed to property owners with ash trees on…
August 28, 2013 | News
35W Sound Walls in Marcy-Holmes defeated by voters
We received word that all 3 walls proposed for 35W in Marcy-Holmes ( E, F and G) have been voted down. No sound walls will be built in the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood. This was a huge effort that brought our neighborhood together. Huge thanks go out to MHNA board members, resident volunteers, property owners and MHNA staff. We also thank our elected officials and staff at MNDOT and Hennepin County. The wall in SE Como was also voted down. We eagerly await voting results in the Beltrami neighborhood on walls K and L,…
Box Fresh Utility Art Wraps extended application deadline- now due Mon Sept 9th
Marcy-Holmes artists, designers, creative neighbors and Soap Factory friends are invited to submit qualifications ( a resume or bio and 3 examples of work) to be considered for the Box Fresh project in the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood. Six $800 honorariums will be paid to artists whose designs are chosen to be part of this outdoor gallery. More information on Box Fresh/images/documents/Revised_deadline_RFQ_Box_Fresh.docx
HEY ARTISTS Get paid to design a "wrap" for a Utility Box in our neighborhood.
RFQ ( request for qualifications) is due Aug 26th. Get info here.
August 12, 2013 | News
National Night Out Follow up - Lost & Found & Raffle Winners
Except for the monsoon, we had a terrific event last Tuesday night. Wasn't the band great? - local youth! And what about that carillon concert broadcast from First Congregational Church? Original compositions by Randall Davidson, Craig Harris, Jordan Werre and Jason Gades. Couldn't have the cake walk without Dick Luedtke's accordion music - splendid! Thanks to Crisi Lee and Marnie Loven-Bell for planning and to the many volunteers who assisted in set up, tear down, staffing games and info tables. If you are missing a bowl, utensils…
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT in Marcy-Holmes Tues August 6th.
Join neighbors for fun, food and conversation. So far we have 2 sites in the neighborhood:
MHNA's big NNO party at 7th Ave SE between 5th St SE & 6th St SE 6 - 8 pm*
Church of Minneapolis NNO Party 4th Ave SE between 4th St SE and University Ave SE- 6 – 9 pm. Free food, games, and much needed social time with neighbors. All are welcome to attend.
* Volunteers needed to help at event and flyer. Also need CAKES…
August 8th Open Meeting: Marcy-Holmes' Future--Getting Specific!
Mark your calendar for the next (and next to last) open meeting regarding the Marcy-Holmes Master Plan update, Thursday August 8 at 7:00 p.m.. The past meetings have been to gather input--in this one, we will present some specific directions for various parts of the neighborhood to get your reaction. Tell us if we've gone too far, or not far enough!
The meeting starts at 7:00 sharp at the University International Center, 331 17th Avenue SE (corner of 4th Street--park in the ramp across 4th). Bring a friend,…
July 23rd I-35W Sound Walls info meeting at University Lutheran Church of Hope, 601 13th Ave SE, from 5 – 7 pm (1 hour open house at 5, presentation at 6, Q & A after presentation), hosted by MN DOT ( MN Dept of Transportation).
Immediately before this meeting, Council Member Diane Hofstede will convene a meeting to discuss potential bike lanes and parking changes on University Ave SE and 4th St SE, between 4 and 5 pm, at same location mentioned above.
July 08, 2013 | News
6th Ave & 7th St Traffic Calming Test now underway
The Stone Arch Bike Boulevard is planned to be constructed in 2013, connecting the Stone Arch Bridge to East Hennepin along Sixth Ave, Ninth Street and Fifth Ave (one block). Please see the web site for the project for more information. http://www.minneapolismn.gov/bicycles/projects/Stone-Arch-Bridge-Presidents
To reduce motor vehicle speed and improve bike and pedestrian conditions, Public Works is considering putting in a traffic choker just up hill from 7th St on 6th Avenue SE. They have put in a test to gather feedback and test traffic speed and…
M-H Master Plan Draft Goals Posted for Comment
The neighborhood master plan to guide development in the coming years is taking shape. Preliminary findings have led to the development of five overarching goals:
--Love the river
--Be one neighborhood
--Welcome the tension of complexity and contradiction
--Live here now
--Make the streets ours
--Make change contribute
To learn more about what these mean, and provide your input about each, log in to the EnvisionMarcyHolmes.org site. By creating a login, you will be notified as new questions…
Residents - Drop off tree limbs from storm June 24-29
After city streets are clear, the Park Board’s second priority for tree
removal is the removal of boulevard trees from homes, garages and other
structures. The Park Board’s third tree priority is to evaluate and
remove boulevard trees that pose a potential hazard of toppling due to
storm damage or soil saturation. The Park Board’s fourth priority is
removal of trees and tree debris from parks.
Resident Tree Debris Drop Off June 24-29
Minneapolis residents may bring yard tree debris to…
City-owned utilities? on agenda June 25th at MHNA's Safety & Livability Committee meeting
5:30 pm, First Congregational Church, 500 8th Ave SE.
Reps from Minneapolis Energy Options and Xcel Energy will present.
MHNA's "Raise the Roof" Fundraiser will be held June 5th from 6-9 pm at Mill & Main, 501 Main St SE
MHNA is planning a rooftop party at Mill & Main to ring in the summer, raise some funds and pay tribute to longtime neighbor and past president who has shaped so much of Marcy-Holmes, Arvonne Fraser.
Food and beverages of a summer persuasion will be on hand as you mingle with board members and neighbors. Tickets to the event also include exclusive tours of Mill & Main, the new residence nestled along the riverfront.…
Marcy Open School Labyrinth Dedication Monday, June 3, 2013 at 11:00 am at Marcy Open School 415 4th Ave SE
The Marcy Path to Peace/Terry Labyrinth will celebrate Phase I completion with a 30-minute dedication of the labyrinth on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 11:00 am. Located at Marcy Open School, 415 4th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414, the Path/Labyrinth is a permanent exterior hardscape project, which aims to be a destination centerpiece and innovative community-building program for Marcy Open School and the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood. The project is funded by major support from The University of Minnesota Good Neighbor Fund as…
Pack & Give Back
The U’s Pack & Give Back campaign is starting- in response to the trash piles that result when U students move in and out. These opportunities are available to all who live in Como or Marcy-Holmes neighborhoods.
1. The Free Store: Drop-Off or "Shop" You can drop off your gently-used items all through May at the U's Reuse Center, 883 29th Avenue SE. Hours are Monday - Friday. 8 a.m. - 3 pm; and Thursdays, 8 am- 8 p.m.
Free Store "shopping" will be open from May 28th…
Pack & Give Back campaign starts next week to keep streets clean during Students Move Out time.
These opportunities are available to all who live in Como or Marcy-Holmes neighborhoods.
1. The Free Store: Drop-Off or "Shop" You can drop off your gently-used items all through May at the U's Reuse Center, 883 29th Avenue SE. Hours are Monday - Friday. 8 a.m. - 3 pm; and Thursdays, 8 am- 8 p.m.
Free Store "shopping" will be open from May 28th - June 2nd at the Reuse Center. Hours are 8 a.m.…
March 27, 2013 | News
Plant a tree on your Minneapolis property for $25
The City of Minneapolis is offering 1,000 trees this spring for only $25 each. The trees are approximately four to eight feet tall (depending on the species) with one-inch trunks. Starting now, any Minneapolis property owner – whether resident, business or nonprofit – can order a tree to plant on private Minneapolis property this spring. Comparable trees cost about $125 at a nursery.
Varieties of trees available for $25 are blue beech, Evans Bali cherry, Kentucky coffeetree, northern hackberry, Princeton elm, river birch, Royal Raindrops crabapple, serviceberry (single…
March 25, 2013 | News
Master Plan Update Committee (MPUC) openings on Steering Committee
MHNA is updating its 2003 master plan with the assistance of The Cuningham Architect Group. A steering committee is being formed to guide the process. We are looking for stakeholders who can meet every 3-4 weeks over the next 6 months. Stakeholders can be people who live, work, or own property in our neighborhood.If you are interested, print and fill out this form and send it to the MHNA office.
March 20, 2013 | News
Another update on the bricks being made available to the public. They are now saying bricks will be available at 13th Ave & 5th St from April 8 - 12. If people have questions, please contact:
Steven T Schmidgall
KUD International LLC
1251 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 910
New York, NY 10020
March 18, 2013 | News
Two New Public Art Announcements:
• Minneapolis Art Wraps
• Call for Artists
The City of Minneapolis Art in Public Places announces a Call for Artists to submit designs for utility box wraps. The call is open to professional artists who live or work in Minneapolis in any media that can be translated into a digital image and wrapped onto a utility box. This includes painting, photography, collage, mosaic quilt making, etc. Selected artists will be paid an honorarium of $1,000. The deadline for applications is Wednesday, April 17, at 4 p.m. There will be an…
February 11, 2013 | News
Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition is looking for an events coordinator for four Open Streets events to Minneapolis in 2013.
January 28, 2013 | News
To the Residents of the Marcy Holmes Community:
It has come to the attention of the development team that neighbors and alumni of Marshall High may have interest in obtaining items that they believe will help them to remember the significant place that the high school has had in the heritage of the neighborhood. As background, you should know that when the building was remodeled previously to become UTEC, most of the significant features of the building were removed. That being said, in an effort to try to accommodate your many and varied requests, we have…