News: Hennepin County board adopts 2020 budget

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Hennepin County Minnesota

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Carolyn Marinan, Communications, 612-348-5969

County board adopts 2020 budget

On Thursday, the Hennepin County Board approved a 2020 budget of $2.5 billion. The budget includes an $869 million net property tax levy, a 4.75% increase from 2019.

The budget focuses on reducing disparities that impact many residents in the areas of education, employment, health, housing, income, justice and transportation.

“The county’s 2020 budget reflects significant investment in the diverse needs and aspirations of our residents,” said County Board Chair Marion Greene. “I’m proud that Hennepin County’s efforts to reduce disparities are woven throughout.”

In addition to investments in public safety and transit, examples of some key budget drivers include:

  • Child well-being – continuing to transform the child welfare system to a child well-being model
  • County workforce – recruitment and retention of diverse county employees
  • Elections – preparing for the 2020 presidential election and addressing election security
  • Census 2020 – establishing the Complete Count Committee 2020 to maximize the number of county residents surveyed in the 2020 census
  • Service centers – meeting increased demand and providing better customer and employee experience
  • Affordable housing – establishing unprecedented funding for affordable housing and continuing investment strategies that spur the creation and preservation of affordable housing
  • Sustainable future – completing a carbon emissions inventory study that will empower the county to act on reducing our carbon footprint

“The board appreciates the robust level of community engagement that informs our work every day; we are building a Hennepin County where people and communities thrive,” said Greene.

More about the budget process

Budget adoption follows more than six months of budget preparation and hearings.

Commissioners amended the proposed 2020 budget on November 26. View a video of the November 26 budget hearing.

View details at hennepin.us/budgets.

Look for more news on the Hennepin County website at hennepin.us/news.

Discover how we’re making a difference in our communities at hennepin.us/stories.

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Updated: December 5th Phillips West Community Agenda!

Community Meeting December 5th 2019

6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

(Jakeeno’s Pizza Delivery Dinner & Beverages will be provided)

(Meeting held at The Center for Changing Lives in Centrum Room, 2400 Park Avenue the purpose of this meeting is for residents & Community stakeholders to have an opportunity to hear updates from Neighborhood Partners, Police & City Leaders, give input & network with other stakeholders).

Agenda:

6:00 pmMeeting called to order.

6:02 pmWelcome & Introductions.

6:04 pmYoutube video was taken of our November 7th meeting here is the link to video:

Phillips Community Public Hearing on Neighborhood Safety.

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Phillips Community Public Hearing on Neighborhood Safety.

Phillips Community Public Hearing on Neighborhood Safety. Hosted by Phillips West Neighborhood Organization and …

6:05 pmPhillips West Business:

o 6th Ward City Council update- presented by Abdi Warsame’s Senior Aide Ryan SanCartier. Ryan will talk about the Budget hearings (one took place last night) and other Ward 6 issues/concerns (10 minutes).

o City of Minneapolis 3rd Precinct Police update- Inspector McGinty will be present to talk about the tragic fire that took place in Cedar Riverside and the tragic shooting that took place off Oakland Avenue last weekend along with other crime that has affected our residents especially the Seniors living at Ebenezer who also suffered a tragic loss due to homicide.

o September Financials- in your packet for review.

o Phillips West 3 different Housing Programs- Flyer in packet!

6:58 pm Upcoming Phillips West Meetings:

o Phillips West no December Board Meeting, No January or February Community Meeting.

o Winter Social- Thursday February 13th, 5 to 8 p.m. (CFCL, Centrum & 1st floor).

6:59 pm Adjourn.

Crystal Windschitl, Executive Director
Phillips West Neighborhood Organization
2400 Park Avenue South, Suite 337
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
Phone: (612) 879-5383
Fax: (612) 879-5217
PWNO2005

Check out our Website: www.phillipswest.info
Like our facebook page!

Invite: this Thursday Phillips West Community Meeting 6-7 p.m.

Community Meeting December 5th 2019

6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

(Jakeeno’s Pizza Delivery Dinner & Beverages will be provided (note in past we used to get Famous Dave’s for December Meeting but Famous Dave’s has since

closed its location in Calhoun Square indefinitely)

(Meeting held at The Center for Changing Lives in Centrum Room, 2400 Park Avenue the purpose of this meeting is for residents & Community stakeholders to have an opportunity to hear updates from Neighborhood Partners, Police & City Leaders, give input & network with other stakeholders)

AGENDA

6:00 pmMeeting called to order; Timekeeper assigned.

6:02 pmWelcome & Introductions.
6:04 pmNo minutes to review.

6:05 pmPhillips West Business:

o City of Minneapolis 3rd Precinct Police update- presented by 3rd Precinct Crime Prevention Specialist Kali Pliego (15 minutes)??

o 6th Precinct City Council update- presented by Abdi Warsame’s Senior Aide Ryan SanCartier. Ryan will talk about the Budget hearings (one took place last night) and other Ward 6 issues/concerns. (10 minutes).

o City of Minneapolis 3rd Precinct Police update- Inspector McGinty will be present to talk about the tragic fire that took place in Cedar Riverside and the tragic shooting that took place off Oakland Avenue last weekend along with other crime that has affected our residents especially the Seniors living at Ebenezer who also suffered a tragic loss due to homicide.

o Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board 2021 Comprehensive Plan Presentation- Senior Planner Emma Pachuta will present the plan and seek input from neighbors (15 minutes).

o Financials- in your packet for review.

o Phillips West 3 different Housing Programs- Flyer in packet!

o Phillips West Fall Clean Sweep will take place Saturday October 12th flyer in packet (remember this is the one that you can get rid of household items such as tires and furniture)!

6:58 pm Upcoming Phillips West Meetings:

o Phillips West no December Board Meeting, No January or February Community Meetings.

o Winter Social- Thursday February 13th, 5 to 8 p.m. (CFCL, Centrum & 1st floor).

6:59 pm Adjourn

Crystal Windschitl, Executive Director
Phillips West Neighborhood Organization
2400 Park Avenue South, Suite 337
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
Phone: (612) 879-5383
Fax: (612) 879-5217
PWNO2005

Check out our Website: www.phillipswest.info
Like our facebook page!

12-05-19 Community Agenda.pdf

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FREE Workshops at LSS – Nov. & Dec.

Greetings!

I hope this message finds you well.

Over at LSS Center for Changing Lives we have some exciting workshops happening in the next few weeks! Please share these flyers and information about upcoming workshops with your organization.

Next week, we will be offering the following Employment Workshops from 10:00 – 12:30pm. These workshops cover the topics listed below:

Monday, November 25thCreating Effective Resumes and Cover Letters

Tuesday, November 26thNavigating Barriers to Employment and Excelling at Interviews

Weds., November 27thOnline Applications and Tools to Boost Your Job Search

Anyone is welcome to attend one, two or all workshops! Registration is required (see below).

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Midtown Weekly Crime Report and Community Announcements, Week Ending November 11, 2019

Hello from John B at Midtown Safety Center in South Minneapolis. Here is the Midtown weekly crime report with community announcements for the week ending 11-11-19.

The text of the report is reprinted below the Safety Center logo. The attached document may be easier to read.

For this report, Midtown is the area from 35W to Hiawatha, between 28th and 32nd Streets. Portions of the Phillips West, Midtown Phillips, East Phillips, Central, Powderhorn Park and Corcoran neighborhoods are included in Midtown.

Reported serious crime in Midtown increased this week but violent crime decreased. Here are the details:

  • There were 22 Part 1 (most serious) crimes this week, up from 15 last week and 11 two weeks ago.
  • 55% of the Part 1 crimes were nonviolent thefts.
  • 2 violent crimes were reported-1 robbery and 1 aggravated assault. There were 5 violent crimes last week.
  • Police took 6 offenders in Midtown into custody this week.
  • 2 of these arrests were for felonies.
  • As of the date of this report, an arrest had been made in the aggravated assault.
  • The 3rd Precinct continued to have 1 focused enforcement zone in Midtown.

There were 7 reported thefts from motor vehicles this week-a high total for a one week period in Midtown. I have included some brief tips for preventing this kind of crime.

The 75 year old aggravated assault victim at the Metro Transit Center on November 6 has died. The suspect, Leroy Davante Davis-Miles, has now been charged with 2nd Degree Murder.

I have included announcements from 5 organizations this week. Please see the report (below and attached) for more details on these items:

  • The American Swedish Institute offers Kids at the Castle: Thankful Hearts on Saturday, November 16. Gratitude will be a main focus of this activity.
  • In the Heart of the Beast and East Lake Brewery continue their joint sponsorship of Metomorpho*sip,evenings ofdrinks, puppet fun and fundraising through Thursday, November 21.
  • Among its many other events, Midtown Global Market is offering Backyard Community Health Hub Dialogue-Cardiovascularon Thursday, November 21,the always-popular, eco-friendlyGreen Gifts Fair: My Green CommunityonSaturday, November 23 andStepping into Wellness with J Most and Command Steppers on Tuesday , November 26.
  • ACTIVEkids hosts a holiday-themed Community Connect: Taste-O-Turkeyon Friday, November 22.
  • CANDO invites the community to Tommy’s 6th Thanksgiving Dinner,an evening of a catered dinner, kids activities, awards, turkey giveaways and more.

I always appreciate your announcements and comments!

Also, please let me know the email address of anyone who would like to get these reports.

Feel free to contact me if you need (non-emergency) help from the Minneapolis Police Department or have any questions about crime or policing in Midtown.

Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407

612-825-6138

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Midtown Area Crime Report and Announcements

Week of 11-5 to 11-11-19

By CPS John R. Baumann, Minneapolis Police Department, 3rd Precinct

Midtown Community Safety Center, 2949 Chicago Ave S, 612-825-6138

Midtown is the area between Highway 35W and Hiawatha Ave, from 28th St E to 32nd St E

Summary of Part 1* Crimes in Midtown

Total Part 1 crime increased this week while violent crime decreased. Here are the details:

  • 22 Part 1 crimes reported. Up from 15 last week.
  • Part 1 crimes breakdown: Robbery-1, aggravated assault-1, burglary-4, auto theft-1, larceny (including) theft)-12.
  • 55% of Part 1 crimes were non-violent larcenies/thefts.
  • 2 violent crimes reported. Down from 5 last week.
  • Violent crime breakdown: Robbery-1, aggravated assault-1.
  • Aggravated assault breakdown: Domestic-0, non-domestic-1.
  • 0 business robberies; 0 business burglaries.
  • 6 offenders total arrested and taken into custody by MPD.
  • 2 of these arrests werefor felony crimes, marked in yellow.
  • Arrests made in 1 aggravated assault.

*Part 1 crimes are homicide, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, auto theft, arson and larceny.

Midtown Part 1 Crime Details

Violent Crimes

Robbery (1)

11-5, 12:30 am 9xx Lake St E (Powderhorn Park neighborhood) The victim said he had just gotten money from an ATM when one suspect grabbed him from behind. The victim felt what he was thought was a gun against the back of his head and heard a click. One of the suspects took the victim’s wallet and both suspects fled by foot.

Aggravated Assault (1)

11-6, Between 2:39 and 2:40 pm 29xx Chicago Ave (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)The arrestee [Leroy
Davante Davis-Miles]
assaulted the victim after they got off a Metro Transit bus. The victim sustained serious head injuries and later died. Police are searching for a second suspect.

Property Crimes

Burglary (4)

11-6, 2:00 am 31xx 18th Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood) Entry: Garage service door which may have been left unlocked. Loss: Bicycle. There is no suspect information.

11-9, 4:00 pm 30xx Columbus Ave (Central neighborhood) Entry: Forced door. Loss: Jewelry. There is no suspect information.

11-9, Between 5:00 and 10:30 pm 31xx 18th Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood) Entry: Possibly a forced bedroom window. Loss: Cash and jewelry. There is no suspect information.

11-11, 12:50 pm 30xx 3rd Ave S (Central neighborhood) Entry: Window air conditioner removed. Loss: Checkbook. There is no suspect information.

Auto Theft (4)

11-5, 9:00 pm 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) The victim left the vehicle parked with keys inside. Jeremiah Lee Ironrope was later arrested.

Between 11-6, 3:00 am and 11-7, 10:00 am 28xx 16th Ave S (East Phillips neighborhood) The victim left the vehicle parked. When he returned the next day, the vehicle was gone. Keys may have been left inside. There is no suspect information.

11-9, Between 6:00 am and 1:30 pm 31xx 16th Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood) The victim left the vehicle parked and when he returned it was gone. The victim has the keys. There is no suspect information.

11-11, 7:55 pm Lake St E & Clinton Ave (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) The victim parked and left the vehicle unlocked with keys inside. When he returned a few minutes later, the vehicle was missing.

Larceny (Including Theft) (12)

Theft from Motor Vehicle

11-6 31xx 14th Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood)

11-6 31xx 15th Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood)

11-6 28xx 18th Ave S (East Phillips neighborhood)

11-7 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

11-9 30xx 19th Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood)

11-11 28th St E & 5th Ave S (Phillips West neighborhood)

11-10 30xx 14th Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood)

Other Theft

11-7 Lake St E & 16th Ave S (East Phillips or Powderhorn Park neighborhood)

11-7 28xx 13th Ave S (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

11-7 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

11-9 21xx Lake St E (East Phillips neighborhood)

11-11 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

Note: This category now includes all larceny crimes in Midtown.

MPD Arrests in Midtown This Week

Arrestees Taken into Custody (2 Felony, 6 Total)

11-5, Between 9:00 and 9:52 pm 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) Jeremiah Lee Ironrope: Motor Vehicle Theft (Felony); 4 Warrants.

11-6, Between 2:39 and 2:40 pm 29xx Chicago Ave (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)Leroy Davante Davis-Miles: 1st Degree Assault (Felony). Note: He was charged with 2nd Degree Murder (Felony) because the victim later died. He has an omnibus hearing scheduled for 12-12-19. The court case number is 27-CR-19-27772.

11-9, 1:04 am Lake St E & 22nd Ave S (Border of East Phillips and Corcoran neighborhoods) Claudio Rivas-Delgado: 1 Misdemeanor Warrant (for DWI).

11-9, 2:31 pm 8xx Lake St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) Michelle Lea Kingbird: 1 Felony Warrant (for Terroristic Threats); 1 Misdemeanor Warrant (for Give Peace Officer False Information).

11-9, 7:30 pm 22xx Lake St E (East Phillips neighborhood) Rose Lynn White: Disorderly Conduct.

11-11, 9:00 am 29xx 17th Ave S (East Phillips neighborhood) Irelia Leigh Walker: 1 Gross Misdemeanor Warrant (for Drugs); 1 Misdemeanor Warrant (for Theft).

Please let me know if you’d like any additional information about any of these arrests.

Focused Enforcement in Midtown

Midtown’s Lake Street area had 1 focused enforcement area for violent crime this week, 29th St E to 31st St E, Clinton Ave S to Bloomington Ave S.

Strategies used during the week included:

Patrol Tactics

All shifts: Directed patrol, foot beats, proactive stops, business checks.

Beats: Extra patrol on Lake St corridor.

• Focus area extended to Clinton Ave.

• Extend directed patrol to Clinton Ave for Middle Watch and Night Watch.

Investigative Tactics

CRT-Details focusing on Lake St utilizing Precinct cameras & ongoing CRT focus on livability/nuisance crimes.

• Continued CRT details along Lake St E, near 12th Ave to Bloomington Ave.

• Mid‐week multi‐unit details will be conducted focused in Hot Spots.

• Camera is in place at 29th St E & 16th Ave S.

Problem Properties

• Neighborhood Coordination Officers worked on 1 addresses in Midtown, 28xx 13th Ave S.

Theft from Motor Vehicle

There were 7 thefts from motor vehicles during the past week-a large number for a 7-day period in Midtown. Here are some tips for preventing this type of crime:

· Lock the Vehicle’s Doors

· Keep Few Valuable Items in Your Vehicle

· Remove or Hide Valuables You Must Carry When You Park

· Park in Well-Lit Areas

· Install a Security System and Advertise It

· Tint the Windows or Use Curtains

MPD News Release

75 Year Old Aggravated Assault Victim Dies

November 12, 2019 (MINNEAPOLIS) The Minneapolis Police Department was notified by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office that the victim in this crime died today at 1:36 pm.

The identity of the victim along with the cause of death will be released by the Medical Examiner’s Office.

This marks the city’s 39th homicide of the year.

Homicide detectives are working with the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office to amend the charges against the suspect in custody.

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[Note:
The victim has now been identified by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office as Shirwa Hassan Jibril. The defendant, Leroy Davante Davis-Miles, has been charged with 2nd Degree Murder.]

Community Events and Announcements

American Swedish Institute

Kids at the Castle: Thankful Hearts Saturday, November 16, 9:00 to 10:00 am. 2600 Park Ave.

This month’s morning playdate at the Castle is inspired by Thanksgiving, where we’ll explore themes related to gratitude.

Mark your calendars for the third Friday and Saturday of every month for this action-packed kids and family creative playtime. Join us for circle time, storytelling, crafts, visual play, music and movement in the Turnblad Mansion. Suggested for ages 2-5. Adults must accompany children. Cost: $8 per family, no registration required.

In the Heart of the Beast

Metomorpho*sip Thursday, November 14 to Thursday, November 21, 6:30 to 8:00 pm. 1500 Lake St E.

HOBT and our partners at East Lake Brewery (located in the Midtown Global Market) invite you to Metamorpho*sip a relaxed evening of drinks and puppet fun to celebrate Give to the Max and the generosity of our community.

Make a donation of any amount and your first beer (or kombucha!) is on HOBT!

Come in your butterfly best! We’ve got a great night planned for you including:

A performance of Spit V. Take, the latest from Steve Ackerman (with Akiko, Sulia Altenburg, Jon Mac Cole, Noah Sommers Haas, Maren Ward, Emily Zimmer) at 8:30pm

Get your photo taken in a puppet photo booth by Honu Foto

And, be the first to see this year’s HOBT Winter Magnet design (you know, the colorful magnets you’ve seen on refrigerators across South Minneapolis) with a fun unveiling.

Why Metamorpho*sip? Because MayDay has entered a period of transformation, a metamorphosis as we take a year off of producing MayDay. You can read more about this important work here: hobt.org/imagine

Midtown Global Market

Backyard Community Health Hub Dialogue-CardiovascularThursday, November 21, 5:30 to 7:30 pm.920 Lake St E.

Join neighbors and friends for a discussion on cardiovascular disease and tips to lead a healthier life.

Green Gifts Fair: My Green Community Saturday, November 23, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.920 Lake St E. Shop environmentally-conscious gifts for your friends and family, and reflect on the support and strength in your Green Community. Visit www.doitgreen.org/green-gifts-fair/for more details.
* Visit over 80 sustainable vendors
* Complete an activity passport throughout the fair for (adult and kid-friendly) prizes
* Enjoy music, demos, and food
* Enter your bid at the silent auction

Stepping into Wellness with J Most and Command Steppers Tuesday, November 26, 5:30 to 7:30 pm.920 Lake St E.

Join the Backyard Community Health Hub for some healthy activity!

ACTIVEkids

Community Connect: Taste-O-Turkey Friday, November 22, 6:30 to 7:30 pm. East Phillips Park Cultural and Recreation Center, 2307 17th Ave S.

Come join us for an afternoon of the fall dinner festivity. Open-face turkey sandwich, stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, and maybe desert. All kids welcome.

CANDO

Tommy’s 6th Thanksgiving Dinner Saturday, November 23, 5:00 to 8:00 pm Central Green Gym, 3400 4th Ave S.

CANDO’S COMMUNITY ORGANIZER Tommy McBrayer puts on a Community event. For the last 6 years We have put together a community Thanksgiving dinner for the holiday season to celebrate life. We acknowledge leaders/mentors and business owners and have passed out over 35 awards in the past years. The event has always been FREE of charge and we plan to keep it that way. Potluck has always been the theme but this year we want to do something special so it will be catered with all your holiday favorites.

We also have a youth drumline performance and two local artists performing.

Three years ago, we started handing out turkeys. 3 years ago we handed out 17 turkeys, 2 years ago we handed out 36 turkeys, last year we handed out 100 turkeys.

This event wouldn’t be possible without the support from the community, family and friends, making sure people have a hot plate of food for the holiday and a turkey to cook on the day of.

If your able to donate in anyway it will be more than appreciated. Ways to donate cash or check can be written out to Tommy McBrayer Jr. or Ballerschallenge LLC. Cash app Tmcbrayer89. I will be more than happy to send over an invoice as well.

Please share with anyone that would be interested in supporting this event as well. Thank you for your time!

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MnDOT I-35W@94 project update (full directional I-35W closure added)

Greetings,

We have added a full overnight closure of I-35W south to Sunday so crews can prepare the area for winter with new striping and safety features. Please see below for details.

Please check www.511mn.org for real-time updates and a broader picture of metro area closures. Also, visit the project web pages. All closures are weather permitting and subject to change.

Here is the list with highlighted updates:

I-35W@94 http://www.dot.state.mn.us/35w94/

· NEW I-35W south is closed between I-94 and Highway 62 from 10 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17 to 5 a.m. Monday, Nov. 18.

· I-94 east will be reduced to one lane between I-394 and I-35W from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16. This is to stripe near the Portland Avenue tunnel.

· Updated The ramp from I-35W north to 31st Street is closed until 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15.

Please visit the web page for local Minneapolis street closures.

Here are some updates on some other projects in Hennepin County:

MnDOT projects:

I-94 Minneapolis 22nd and 25th Avenue bridges http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/i94and25thavebridge

· The 22nd Avenue pedestrian bridge is fully open.

· The 25th Avenue bridge is fully open.

I-94 Maple Grove to Clearwater https://www.dot.state.mn.us/i94-mg-clearwater/index.html

· Watch for overnight lane closures of I-94 in both directions starting at 7 p.m. and ending at noon westbound between Maple Grove and Rogers.

· Watch for overnight lane closures on I-94 east between I-494 and Highway 241 from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. through November.

· I-94 east is reduced to one lane along the median between Wright County Road 19 and Highway 241 in St. Michael 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly through November.

· I-94 west is reduced to one lane along the median or shoulder between Highway 241 in St. Michael and Wright County Road 19 in Albertville through November, Monday through Fridays.

· I-94 east between Highway 25 and Wright County Road 8 will be reduced to one lane from 6 p.m. to noon nightly through November.

· I-94 west between Wright County Road 8 and Highway 25 will be reduced to one lane from 5 p.m. to 10 a.m. through November.

· Central Avenue bridge over Highway 12 Wayzata http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy12andcountyroad101bridge/

· The Central Avenue/County Road 101 bridge is closed through Nov. 17. See web page for detours.

· The ramp from Highway 12 west to County Road 101 south is closed through Nov. 17.

· The ramp from Highway 12 east to County Road 101 south is closed through Nov. 17.

· Watch for single-lane closures at the bridge.

Highway 12 Maple Plain to Delano

· Watch for flaggers and traffic delays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays and weekends through Nov. 20 as crews install flexible rubber safety poles in the center of Highway 12. The work is between County Road 90 and County Line Road in Delano.

I-35W Fifth Street Bridge Minneapolis http://www.dot.state.mn.us/35w94/

· The 5th Street pedestrian bridge over I-35W is open. However, the project is not complete.

MnDOT maintenance:

I-35W Minneapolis

· The ramp from University Avenue to I-35W south is closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily Tuesday, Nov. 12 through Friday, Nov. 15 for repairs to the bridge anti-icing system.

I-94 Minneapolis

· I-94 east will be reduced to two lanes between Groveland Avenue and the Lowry Tunnel from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily Wednesday, Nov. 13 to Saturday, Nov. 16.

Projects by other jurisdictions affecting MnDOT highways and ramps:

I-494 and Rockford Road bridge (City of Plymouth project) https://www.plymouthmn.gov/departments/public-works/project-spotlight/street-projects/county-road-9-bridge-over-i-494

· The Rockford Road bridge over I-494 is open. Construction work will be done by Nov. 20.

I-494 / Highway 100/62/212 (Southwest Light rail) https://metrocouncil.org/transportation/projects/current-projects/southwest-lrt.aspx

· Weekend closure Highway 62 west is closed between Highway 169 and I-494 from 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 to 5 a.m. Monday, Nov. 18. Detour: Highway 212 to I-494.

· NEW The ramp from Valley View Road/Flying Cloud Drive to Highway 212 east is closed Sunday, Nov. 17. The exact time is not set but the closure will happen during daylight hours.

I-494 Bloomington/Richfield(Orange Line) https://www.metrotransit.org/metro-orange-line

Dave Aeikens

Minnesota Department of Transportation

Metro Communications and Engagement

Phone: 651-234-7511

Cell: 651-775-1261

Midtown Weekly Crime Report and Community Announcements, Week Ending November 4, 2019



Hello from John B at Midtown Safety Center. Here is the Midtown weekly crime report with community announcements for the week ending 11-4-19.

The report is attached as a Word file and the text is reprinted below the Safety Center logo. For this report, Midtown is the area from 35W to Hiawatha, between 28th and 32nd Streets. Portions of the Phillips West, Midtown Phillips, East Phillips, Central, Powderhorn Park and Corcoran neighborhoods are included in Midtown.

Reported serious crime in Midtown increased this week. Here are the details:

  • There were 15 Part 1 (most serious) crimes this week, up from 11 last week and down from 16 two weeks ago.
  • 60% of the Part 1 crimes were nonviolent thefts.
  • 5 violent crimes were reported-3 robberies and 2 aggravated assaults. There were 2 violent crimes last week.
  • Police took 8 offenders in Midtown into custody this week.
  • 4 of these arrests were for felonies.
  • As of the date of this report, arrests had been made in both of the aggravated assaults.
  • The 3rd Precinct continued to have 1 focused enforcement zone in Midtown.

Midtown Community Safety Center offers a number of free services and items to the community, including gun locks, no trespassing signs, help with crime problems, access to interpreters and even condoms! Please stop by.

Many people in Midtown were shocked and angered by the November 6th 1st degree aggravated assault of a 75 year old man at the Metro Transit Center in Midtown. We’re happy to report that an arrest has been made.

I have included announcements from 8 organizations this week. Please see the report (below and attached) for more details on these items:

  • All are invited to Celebrate 45 Years of the Alley Newspapertonight, Friday, November 8. This wide-ranging party includes food, live music, a raffle, guest speaker Tim O’Connell and much more.
  • Banyan Community hosts its monthly Lighthouse Network Breakfaston Saturday, November 9. This time, you’ll be able to learn about the 2020 Census while sharing a meal with neighbors.
  • Lutheran Social Service has 2 interesting free classes coming up: a Walk-in Resume Lab on Tuesday, November 12 and Cornerstones of Financial Literacy Workshops on the next 2 Wednesdays, November 13 and November 20.
  • Among its many other events, Midtown Global Market is offering Stepping into Wellness with J Most and Command Steppers on Tuesday , November 12 and Neighborhood Night-Coyote Stories, an indigenous-themed puppet show and Make-N-Take project from In the Heart of the Beast, on Thursday, November 14.
  • People interested in innovative ways to address crime and community issues are encouraged to attend the next South Minneapolis Public Safety Coalition Meetingon Wednesday, November 13. This will be a special evening session.
  • In the Heart of the Beast and East Lake Brewery are partnering to present Metomorpho*sip,8 evenings ofdrinks, puppet fun and fundraising from Thursday, November 14 to Thursday, November 21.
  • Midtown Greenway Coalition is holding its 2nd Annual Give to the Max Sweepstakes! You can win a very nice Surly bike!
  • The United States Census 2020 is hiring and encourages interested people to Join the 2020 Census Team. Local jobs pay between $12.00 and $34.00 per hour and there are many openings.

I always appreciate your announcements and comments!

Also, please let me know the email address of anyone who would like to get these reports.

Feel free to contact me if you need (non-emergency) help from the Minneapolis Police Department or have any questions about crime or policing in Midtown.

Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407

612-825-6138

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Midtown Area Crime Report and Announcements

Week of 10-29 to 11-4-19

By CPS John R. Baumann, Minneapolis Police Department, 3rd Precinct

Midtown Community Safety Center, 2949 Chicago Ave S, 612-825-6138

Midtown is the area between Highway 35W and Hiawatha Ave, from 28th St E to 32nd St E

Summary of Part 1* Crimes in Midtown

Part 1 crime, including violent crime, increased this week. Here are the details:

  • 15 Part 1 crimes reported. Up from 11 last week.
  • Part 1 crimes breakdown: Robbery-3, aggravated assault-2, auto theft-1, larceny/theft-9.
  • 60% of Part 1 crimes were non-violent thefts.
  • 5 violent crimes reported. Up from 2 last week.
  • Violent crime breakdown: Robbery-3, aggravated assault-2.
  • Aggravated assault breakdown: Domestic-1, non-domestic-1.
  • 0 business robberies; 0 business burglaries.
  • 8 offenders total arrested and taken into custody by MPD.
  • 4 of these werefor felony crimes, marked in yellow.
  • Arrests made in 2 aggravated assaults.

*Part 1 crimes are homicide, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, auto theft, arson and larceny/theft.

Midtown Part 1 Crime Details

Violent Crimes

Robbery (3)

11-1, 2:00 pm 31st St E & 22nd Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood) The victim said he had arranged to buy marijuana from Suspect 1, who then pulled out a handgun and demanded money. When the victim refused, Suspect 1 hit him in the head with the gun, took his money and fled.

11-3, 6:09 pm 22xx Lake St E (East Phillips neighborhood) The victim said he got into a car to buy marijuana from the suspect. The suspect pulled a handgun, took cash from the victim and fled in the vehicle.

11-4, 1:45 am Lake St E & 4th Ave S (Central neighborhood) The victim said that she was inside a restaurant when several suspects punched her in the face and took her purse.

Aggravated Assault (2)

11-2, 12:20 pm 30xx Hiawatha Ave (Corcoran neighborhood)The victim said that the arrestee [Dwight
Harlon White]
cut open her tent and stabbed her on the foot.

10-31, 11:00 pm 30xx Clinton Ave (Central neighborhood) Domestic The victim and the arrestee [Jose
Miguel Mayllazhungo Castro]
are girlfriend/boyfriend. The victim pushed the arrestee for talking to another woman. The arrestee then put his hands around the victim’s throat, restricting her breathing completely. The arrestee then kicked the victim in the leg.

Property Crimes

Auto Theft (1)

10-31, 11:29 am 14xx Lake St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) The victim went inside for a short time while leaving the vehicle running with the key in the ignition. There is no suspect information.

Theft/Larceny (9)

Package Theft

10-26 31xx Longfellow Ave (Corcoran neighborhood)

Theft from Motor Vehicle

11-4 31xx Columbus Ave (Central neighborhood)

11-3 31st St E & 4th Ave S (Central neighborhood)

11-2 31xx Bloomington Ave (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

10-30 30xx 18th Ave S (Powderhorn Park neighborhood)

Theft from Person

10-31 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood)

Other Theft

11-2 Lake St E & Chicago Ave (Phillips West, Midtown Phillips, Central or Powderhorn Park

neighborhood)

10-29 31xx 19th Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood)

10-29 Lake St E & Park Ave (Phillips West or Central neighborhood)

MPD Arrests in Midtown This Week

Arrestees Taken into Custody (4 Felony, 8 Total)

10-29, 11:16 pm 28th St E & Cedar Ave (East Phillips neighborhood) Dima Kashevatsky: Refuse Drug and Alcohol Test (Felony); Narcotics Violation (Felony).

10-31, 12:20 pm 8xx 28th St E (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) Nathan Michael Zahn: Theft from Person.

10-31, 11:00 pm 30xx Clinton Ave (Central neighborhood) Jose Miguel Mayllazhungo Castro: Domestic Assault/Strangulation (Felony).

11-1, 1:14 am Lake St E & 2nd Ave S (Central neighborhood) Abdullahi Jama Abdullahi: 1 Gross Misdemeanor Warrant (for DUI).

11-1, 7:56 pm 32nd St E & 3rd Ave S (Central neighborhood) Ariel Andre Deloney: Narcotics Violation (Felony).

11-2, 12:20 pm 30xx Hiawatha Ave (Corcoran neighborhood) Dwight Harlon White: Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Felony).

11-4, 2:09 pm Lake St E & 16th Ave S (East Phillips neighborhood) Lamario Lamont Calhoun: 1 Felony Warrant.

11-4, 8:57 pm 29xx Chicago Ave (Midtown Phillips neighborhood) Charlotte Marie Lowry: 1 Misdemeanor Warrant.

Please let me know if you’d like any additional information about any of these arrests.

Focused Enforcement in Midtown

Midtown’s Lake Street area had 1 focused enforcement area for violent crime this week, 29th St E to 31st St E, Clinton Ave S to Bloomington Ave S.

Strategies used during the week included:

Patrol Tactics

All shifts: Directed patrol, foot beats, proactive stops, business checks.

Beats: Extra patrol on Lake St corridor.

• Focus area extended to Clinton Ave

• Extend directed patrol to Clinton Ave for Middle Watch and Night Watch.

Investigative Tactics

CRT-Details focusing on Lake St utilizing Precinct cameras & ongoing CRT focus on livability/nuisance crimes.

• Continued CRT details along Lake St E, near 12th Ave to Bloomington Ave.

• Mid‐week multi‐unit details will be conducted focused in Hot Spots.

• Camera is in place at 29th St E & 16th Ave S

Problem Properties

• Neighborhood Coordination Officers worked on 2 addresses in Midtown, both on the 3000 block of Bloomington Ave.

Free Now at Midtown Community Safety Center!

  • Gun locks
  • No trespassing signs
  • Interpreters
  • Help with crime problems
  • FAX
  • Copying
  • Condoms
  • Water
  • Candy

News Release

Minneapolis Police Announce Arrest in Aggravated Assault at Metro Transit Center

November 7, 2019 (MINNEAPOLIS) The Minneapolis Police Department has made an arrest in the Aggravated Assault of the 75-year-old man on the 2900 block of Chicago Avenue on Wednesday, November 6, 2019.

Officers from the Minneapolis Violent Criminal Apprehension Team, along with SWAT personnel arrested Leroy Davante Davis-Miles with a date of birth in 1996 for Probable Cause Aggravated Assault. He was arrested in South Minneapolis and is listed at 23 years of age. He has been booked into the Hennepin County Adult Detention Center. His booking photo is included with this press release.

This continues to be a very active investigation and we anticipate additional arrests.

Community Events and Announcements

Alley Newspaper

Celebrate 45 Years of the Alley Newspaper Friday, November 8, 6:00 to 8:30 pm. Center for Changing Lives, 2400 Park Ave.

This is an evening of fun and fundraising to support the esteemed Phillips community newspaper with a raffle, refreshments and more. Come together and connect with each other. Have some fun while doing some fundraising. Celebrate all the consistent voluntary contributions people provide to keep the idea of community journalism vibrant, lifting the many voices of the incredible Phillips Community! This is a great chance to:

  • Be inspired by guest speaker Tom O’Connell, retired Metro State professor and author of It’s Up to Us: A Brief Guide to Community Leadership.
  • Enjoy feel-good Congo sounds from Phillips husband and wife team Siama Matuzungidi and Dallas Johnson.
  • Experience the power of connection with the Cultural Wellness Center’s Backyard Community Health Hub.
  • Learn about The Phillips Finder resource directory and meet its creator, Josie Adkins.
  • Enjoy select photographs featuring folks who are part of the Peace House Community and learn more about the partnership with The Alley Newspaper.
  • Critique the chapter about the Phillips community in a new textbook.

Pay what you can (or not). $10 would go a long way. Can’t attend and want to keep community journalism alive? Contribute through Give MN or send a check to Alley Communications, P.O. Box 7006, Minneapolis, MN 55407. THANK YOU!

Banyan Community

Lighthouse Network Breakfast Saturday, November 9, 8:30 am. Banyan Community, 2529 13th Ave S.

Please join neighbors and community members to build relationship and connection, while enjoying a meal. This month, we will be joined by Alberder Gillespie, 2020 Census Project Coordinator with the City of Minneapolis. She will be sharing information on the importance of the census, how the count is used and will affect the Phillips neighborhoods, ways to be involved in ensuring an accurate count, and more. Come ready with questions. There will be time for Q&A.

Please let Banyan know if you are able to make it by emailing cyndi.

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota

Walk-in Resume Lab Tuesday, November 12, 10:00 am to 12:30 pm. Training and Education Center, Center for Changing Lives, 2400 Park Ave, 2nd Floor.

Not getting interviews? Need to update your resume? Need to build a resume from scratch? Come to this free session! No appointment needed, just walk in. For question email tec or call 612-879-5286.

Four Cornerstones of Financial Literacy Workshops Wednesday, November 13 and Wednesday, November 20 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Training and Education Center, Center for Changing Lives, 2400 Park Ave, 2nd Floor.

At these sessions you will learn to:

  • Create a budget.
  • Create savings.
  • Make credit cards work for you.
  • Reduce your debt.
  • Repair your credit.
  • Protect yourself from scams

Completion of both sessions is needed for the certificate.

Register online at tec. For question email tec or call 612-879-5286.

Midtown Global Market

Stepping into Wellness with J Most and Command Steppers Tuesday, November 12, 5:30 to 7:30 pm.920 Lake St E.

Join the Backyard Community Health Hub for some healthy activity!

Neighborhood Night-Coyote Stories Thursday, November 14, 5:30 to 7:30 pm.920 Lake St E. (Presented by In the Heart of the Beast)

In Coyote Stories, Nimisee the clown will tell some favorite trickster tales of that lovable scamp, Coyote. Drawing from the stories of the Assiniboine of the Great Plans, the Aztecs of Mexico and the Okanagun and Salishan of the Great Basin, Coyote is a hero, a creator, and a self-centered show off with a kind heart. At a time when so many things cause us to weep, Coyote brings us together, nurtures our spirit and reminds us to laugh. Check out the event details here.

The show is followed by a Make-N-Take project for kids to create and take home.

Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association

South Minneapolis Public Safety Coalition Meeting Wednesday, November 13, 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Transition Plus High School, 2015 Lake St E.

You can access materials from the current Safety & Livability Campaign here:

For a summary and to sign on to the campaign, see

In the Heart of the Beast

Metomorpho*sip Thursday, November 14 to Thursday, November 21, 6:30 to 8:00 pm. 1500 Lake St E.

HOBT and our partners at East Lake Brewery (located in the Midtown Global Market) invite you to Metamorpho*sip a relaxed evening of drinks and puppet fun to celebrate Give to the Max and the generosity of our community.

Make a donation of any amount and your first beer (or kombucha!) is on HOBT!

Come in your butterfly best! We’ve got a great night planned for you including:

A performance of Spit V. Take, the latest from Steve Ackerman (with Akiko, Sulia Altenburg, Jon Mac Cole, Noah Sommers Haas, Maren Ward, Emily Zimmer) at 8:30pm

Get your photo taken in a puppet photo booth by Honu Foto

And, be the first to see this year’s HOBT Winter Magnet design (you know, the colorful magnets you’ve seen on refrigerators across South Minneapolis) with a fun unveiling.

Why Metamorpho*sip? Because MayDay has entered a period of transformation, a metamorphosis as we take a year off of producing MayDay. You can read more about this important work here: hobt.org/imagine

Have kiddos? Get to the market early to catch Neighborhood Night: Coyote Storiesat 5:30pm, a FREE puppet show for kids and families, a partnership of HOBT & Midtown Global Market!

Midtown Greenway Coalition

Give to the Max Sweepstakes!

You can win a new Surly Cross Check Flat Bar Bike! Donate to the Midtown Greenway Coalition on Give to the Max Day on November 14 and enter our 2nd Annual Give to the Max Sweepstakes!

Make a donation of $50 or more on Give to the Max Day to automatically enter your name in our sweepstakes.

Give to the Max Day is Thursday, November 14th, but you can schedule your gift now!

Donate here:

(No donation necessary to win – See Official Rules.)

One lucky person will win a new Surly Cross Check Flat Bar bike, complete with a free fitting to size the winner to the right bike.

Of course, even if you don’t win the bike, your gift will help support our programs for the Greenway, including our efforts to keep it safe, clean, green, and full of art. We’re also working to extend it over the river and through Saint Paul!

Schedule Your Gift Now!

Scheduled giving will take place beginning November 1. During this time, all gifts made through GiveMN.org will count toward Give to the Max Day. That means you can make your gifts early and be all set!

Donate here:

Join the 2020 Census Team!

2020 Census jobs provide:

  • Great pay
  • Flexible hours
  • Weekly pay
  • Paid training

Supervisory positions in MN pay $14.50 to $34.00 per hour

Non-Supervisory Position in MN pay $12.00 to $22.00 per hour

Apply at 2020census.gov/jobs

For more information or help applying, call 855-562-2020

The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Tomorrow Thursday: PHILLIPS PUBLIC HEARING ON MINNEAPOLIS PROPOSED 2020 PUBLIC SAFETY BUDGET!

INVITE: PHILLIPS WIDE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED 2020 CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS PUBLIC SAFETY BUDGET!

(THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7TH, 6:00 TO 8:00 P.M. AT THE CENTER FOR CHANGING LIVES LOCATED AT 2400 PARK AVENUE, 1ST FLOOR CENTRUM ROOM)

The Phillips West Neighborhood Organization in partnership with other Phillips neighbors are concerned with the lack of Public Safety Resources in the 3rd Precinct, Sector 1 which is geographically defined by 94 to North, Hiawatha to the East, Lake Street to the South and 35W to the West. The Police Chief told the Mayor & City Council that the Police Department would need an additional 400 Police Officers to keep up with the demand of 911 calls. Mayor Jacob Frey is only proposing 14 new Police Officers in his 2020 Budget.

We want to reach out to as many people as we can about your crime concerns, and other problems you are experiencing.

The City Council is hosting only three Public Hearings on its 2020 Budget before final passage set to take place December 11th. One of those Hearings will be held in the middle of most people’s work day from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The others will be held in the evening December 4th and 11th. Last year residents waited up to seven hours to testify on the proposed budget. A lot of stakeholders have expressed the desire for more Police but are unable to make it to City Hall for a variety of reasons (time commitment, bullying from anti-police groups, transportation, cost of parking, etc.).

We need your help and support to make the neighborhood a safer place to live! Therefore we have decided to hold our own Public Hearing on Public Safety for Stakeholders of the four Phillips Neighborhoods & Little Earth. Somali TV will tape the hearing and we will send our video to each City Council member & the Mayor as our official testimony!

This event will take place Thursday November 7th, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Center for Changing Lives Building located at 2400 Park Avenue South, Centrum Room. Enter from the Oakland Avenue entrance (the Park Avenue Entrance will be locked). There is free parking in the adjacent Oakland Avenue lot. The Building is Wheelchair accessible. Snacks & Beverages will be provided. If you think crime is a serious issue please come and make your voice heard!

SEE ATTACHED FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION!

Crystal Windschitl, Executive Director

Phillips West Neighborhood Organization

2400 Park Avenue South, Suite 337

Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404

Phone: (612) 879-5383

Fax: (612) 879-5217

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11-07-19 Phillips Public Safety Hearing Notice.pdf

Fall is a Ball this November at the Midtown Global Market!

Check out what’s coming up in October at the Market!
La Michoacana Purépecha is open at the
Midtown Global Market!
The shop features a variety of natural, locally-made paletas (popsicle flavors), 30 different ice cream flavors, exclusive fruit yogurts, aguas frescas (naturally-flavored water drinks), fruit cups, shakes and more. The shop is driven by family-shared recipes and offers both cream and water-based options for customers who may have dietary restrictions.

Purépecha people are an indigenous community of the Mexican state Michoacán, whom La Michoacana Purépecha aims to support through language, education and awareness through their social mission.

Upcoming In The Heart of the Beast Performance
Join us for Neighborhood Night on Thursday November 14, 5:30 – 7:30 PM for a performance of Coyote Stories.

In Coyote Stories, Nimisee the clown will tell some favorite trickster tales of that lovable scamp, Coyote. Drawing from the stories of the Assiniboine of the Great Plans, the Aztecs of Mexico and the Okanagun and Salishan of the Great Basin, Coyote is a hero, a creator, and a self-centered show off with a kind heart. At a time when so many things cause us to weep, Coyote brings us together, nurtures our spirit and reminds us to laugh. Check out the event details here.

The show is followed by a Make-N-Take project for kids to create and take home.

Ready for some Marimba?
Breck High School’s Marimba Band, Bato Bato will perform on Sunday November 24, 12:30 – 1:30 PM.

Is your high school interested in playing at the Midtown Global Market? Contact Deb Ervin, Events & Tours Manager, here.

Green Gifts Fair – Saturday November 23
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thanksgiving
The Market will be closed on November 28, and will reopen on Friday, November 29 which is Native American Heritage Day. We hope you take some time to honor and reflect on the contributions that First Americans have made and continue to make.
Visit our Events Calendar
Programming and events are sponsored in part by Allina Health and the City of Minneapolis Great Streets Grant.
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