MPD Warrant List, 4-20-18

Hello. Here is the 4-20-18 warrant list for 3rd and 5th Precincts in Minneapolis, issued by Beth Clark, Paralegal with the Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office. Previous lists are obsolete and should be discarded.

When this list was compiled, the people on it were wanted by police and could be arrested on sight. If you see any of them, please call 911 immediately. Tell the operator that you know the location of a person who is on this warrant list. Be as specific as possible.

If you personally know someone on this list, please encourage them to turn themselves in at a police precinct.

Since the last time a list was released these people wereadded:

Michelle Carter

Victor Garcia

Ronald John King

Benjiman Lagarde (check for warrant – probation issuing A & D)

Lovell Love

Argentina Taylor

These people were removedfrom the list because they no longer have warrants:

Joe Belgarde

Kadeem Bradford

Raven Charette

Irvin Killsplenty

Michelle Koerner

Veronica Nastu

Gregory Lamont Riley

Cordell Townsell

Brian Ward-Dye

Antonio Zapata

This list is public information please post it and/or share with others who are interested.

Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407

612-825-6138

john.baumann

Warrant List 4-20-18docx.pdf

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Phillips Aquatics Center opens with a splash

Come on in, the water’s fine!
minneapolis park and recreation

Phillips Aquatics Center

Join us for lessons, lap swimming, family fun and more at the brand-new Phillips Aquatics Center!

Phillips Aquatics Center - community splash on opening day April 21, 2018

The center’s grand opening on Saturday including a ceremonial community splash into the new four-lane pool.

Heart of the Beast Updates: Volunteer for MayDay!

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VOLUNTEER FOR MAYDAY!

On the first Sunday of May, tens of thousands of folks will celebrate a day of community and festivity together. All this takes place because – and only because – hundreds of volunteers pitch in to make it happen.

Opportunities include:

  • Tabloid Distributor
  • Park Setup
  • Puppet Mover
  • Sun Flotilla Docent
  • Lost Child Caregiver
  • MayDay Booth Assistant
  • … AND MORE!

Sign up by the end of the day TODAY (4/12) for a chance to win 2 FREE tickets to next year’s season!

Learn more!

Donate to support MayDay!

In 1975, HOBT’s first MayDay was a gift to the community that was shared by just a few hundred neighbors. Last year, HOBT shared that gift with a record-setting 55,000 people.

The 2018 budget for this exuberant celebration is just over $200,000. We need your help to fill a $38,000 gap to ensure MayDay remains healthy and resilient. Your gift supporting MayDay is a gift to your community.

Donate!

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Help build the puppets for the MayDay Parade!

During the month of April, our building is transformed into a giant studio where staff artists and volunteers create the MayDay Parade.

From Saturday, April 7 – Thursday, May 3, 2018, MayDay Build Workshops are held:

Every Tuesday from 7-9pm*
Every Thursday from 7-9pm
Every Saturday from 9-11am and 1-3pm

* American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation is available at every Tuesday night workshop.

Workshops are free, although donations are graciously accepted, always welcome, and much needed.

Learn more about the workshops on our website!

MayDay Materials Wish List

Below is a list of materials needed for MayDay. You can bring donations to the Avalon Theatre during any workshop time starting April 7, 2018 – Saturdays 9-11am and 1-3pm; Tuesdays and Thursdays 7-9pm.

It’s a great way to recycle and help build MayDay – thanks!

Questions? Contact Site Director, Steve Ackerman at sackerman@hobt.org.

TOOLS

Socket sets
Drill bits in good condition
Utility knives (preferably retractable)
T-50 or P-35 staplers (only these types!)
Scissors (children and adults)
Needlenose pliers

WOOD/LUMBER

Minimum 4 feet long; as knot-free, nail-free, and straight as possible.

1x2s, 1x4s, 2x4s, plywood (4’×4′ minimum, 1/2″ thick or thicker)
Bamboo
Plywood, 1/2″ thick or thicker, 4’x4′ minimum square

PAPER PRODUCTS

Non-corrugated cardboard

Newspaper, brown paper bags, colored paper
Cardboard: minimum 3×3 ft., single or double ply

Cereal and pizza boxes

Frozen pizza rounds (the cardboard that the pizza sits on)

WIRE

Clothes hangers

PAINT & BRUSHES

All paint colors needed, but looking for a lot of yellow. Please, minimum of 1 qt in can.
Paint brushes (wood chip brushes are nice! no foam brushes, please)

GLUE AND TAPE

Wood and white glue
Masking tape – 3/4″, 1″, 2″
Duct tape
Strapping tape

FABRIC

Minimum size of 4’x4′ please, always looking for larger pieces. Solid, bright colors; lightweight big pieces (no patterns)
Bright colors; red, blue, green, yellow, purple, orange, white, brown, and lots of black
Yarn – of any kind, color, or length

Reemay garden fabric (new or used)

PLASTICS

Clear 1/2 pint containers with covers
1/2 pint yogurt containers with covers
Large plastic sheeting

Plastic soda and juice bottles

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre
http://www.hobt.org | 612-721-2535
1500 East Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407

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Free Tour of Compost Facility – Saturday, May 19th

Free event. Only 15 spots left… reserve yours A.S.A.P.

From plate to garden: Tour a compost facility on Saturday, May 19th

Ever wondered how the food scraps and paper towels you place in your organics recycling cart turn into compost? Minneapolis Solid Waste & Recycling has organized a bus tour to bring residents down to the compost site on Saturday May 19, 2018. Participants will get a detailed explanation of the composting process from start to finish and see the equipment needed to compost your organics. Bus transportation will be provided from Folwell Park and Powderhorn Park to the compost site in Rosemount, MN. You’ll learn how the Minneapolis organics program is going on the way down to the facility.
There is no cost to attend. All participants must be 10 years or older. The tour is limited to the first 45 residents that register for tour.

Click here to register for the tour.

Saturday May 19th, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
No cost to attend, tour limited to 45 attendees.
Bus transportation provided. Pick from Folwell Park at 9 a.m. and Powderhorn Park at 9:30 a.m.

The new Phillips Aquatics Center opens April 21

Open House Week, April 11-17, features tours of the park system’s first-ever indoor swimming pools.
minneapolis park and recreation Phillips Aquatics Center

Register for aquatics programs and tour the new facility during Open House Week, April 11 – 17

Phillips Aquatics Center - competition pool

The renovated six-lane competition pool at the new Phillips Aquatics Center

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is getting ready for a big splash in the Phillips community. Under construction for the past year, the Phillips Aquatics Center welcomes the public with a grand opening celebration on Saturday, April 21, 2018.

The aquatics center offers year-round indoor swimming, a first for the Minneapolis park system. Located inside the Phillips Community Center, it has its own welcome desk where visitors check in to access locker rooms and the facility’s two pools:

  • A renovated six-lane pool can accommodate swim competitions and features a spectator area.
  • A new four-lane pool is geared to swim instruction, with four lanes and zero-depth accessibility.
Phillips Aquatics Center - teaching pool

The new four-lane pool is geared to swim instruction.

FREE Phillips Smoke Alarm Event!

Help us Sound the Alarm about fire safety!

Every day 7 people die in home fires. You can help change that.

This spring, the American Red Cross is teaming up with fire departments, volunteers, and partners to Sound the Alarm with home fire safety and smoke alarm installation events.

Together we can help prevent these needless tragedies in Minnesota.

Phillips Neighborhood, Minneapolis Saturday, April 28, 2018

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Red Cross and Minneapolis Fire will be installing smoke alarms in the Phillips neighborhood on Saturday, April 28, from 8am-4pm. To request an alarm, just call or text the number included on the attached flyer! Please pass this info along to your neighbors. Also, if you are interested in / willing to have a lawn poster in your lawn advertising this event in the weeks leading up to April 28, email Casidy Anderson/MFD with your address and she will provide you with a lawn sign!

Staff Captain Casidy Anderson

Community Risk Reduction Officer

City of Minneapolis – Fire Department

350 S. Fifth St. – Room # 233

Minneapolis, MN 55415

Office: 612-673-3184

casidy.anderson

STAFlyerMpls2018.docx

MnDOT I-94, I-35W@94 update

Greetings,

This is an update for the I-94 Minneapolis to Brooklyn Center and I-35W@94 projects.

Welcome to the new people on the list.

The web page for I-35W@94 is here: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/35w94/

The web page for I-94 Minneapolis to Brooklyn Center is here: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/i94brooklyncntr/

For real-time updates, please download the 511 app on your phone or go to www.511mn.org.

This email is intended for you to take the information you need and share it with your constituents, neighbors, employees, customers, tenants, friends, family and relatives.

I-94 Minneapolis to Brooklyn Center

Weather has delayed the closure of the I-394 east to I-94 west ramp closure until April 23. Crews will be doing repairs under the bridge. This project will take about two months. It was originally scheduled to start April 16. The ramp from Lyndale Avenue S to I-94 west is also closed for two months

starting April 23. As always, weather can change plans. A fact sheet for the I-94 Minneapolis to Brooklyn Center and Whitney bridge project is attached. Detour maps can be found on the web page.

I-35W@94 Minneapolis

The plan is to close the ramp from I-94 west to 11th Street for two months starting at 6 a.m. April 16, weather permitting. That plan remains in place as of Tuesday. A fact sheet about the 11th Street ramp closure is also attached.

The Franklin Avenue bridge will remain closed until late May, early June. The 38th Street bridge will remain closed until early August. The 26th Street bridge will close soon after the Franklin Avenue bridge reopens. A fact sheet for the I-35W@94 Downtown to Crosstown is attached.

Upcoming short-term closures:

This project will have single lane and overnight closures throughout the duration of the project.

*I-94 west will be reduced to one lane 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday from Chicago Avenue to First Avenue.

*I-35W north will be closed from Highway 62 to I-94 at 10 p.m. Wednesday, April 18 to 5 a.m. Thursday, April 19.

*I-35W south will be closed from I-94 to Highway 62 from 10 p.m. Thursday, April 19 to 5 a.m. Friday, April 20.

Please plan ahead and give yourself extra time to reach your destination.

All these closures are weather permitting.

Start planning options for June closures:

In June, more lanes, ramps and access to and from downtown Minneapolis will close as part of the I-35@94 project. Please consider alternatives to driving. Now is a good time to start planning. We have some resources to help people make the transition.

Metro Transit has a website dedicated to the project with updated route information and an opportunity to sign up for Rider Alerts. The web page is www.metrotransit.org/35W

For route updates from Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, go to www.mvta.com.

Move Minneapolis assists employers with transitioning employees to carpooling, riding the bus, train or bicycle.

eWorkplace assists employers in helping employees telecommute.

You Are Invited

I have attached an invitation to meet with the project contractor from Ames, Lunda and Shafer. The event is 7-8 a.m. Wednesday, April 18 at Five Watt Coffee, 3745 Nicollet Ave. S. It’s a chance to get a free cup of coffee and ask your questions about the project.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks

Dave

Dave Aeikens

Minnesota Department of Transportation

Metro Communications and Engagement

Phone: 651-234-7511

Cell: 651-775-1261

WhitneyBridge94ProjectuddateApril4.pdf

GeneralHandoutmarch27I3593A.docx

Map11th St Ramp Closure NoticeApril2.docx

CoffeewithContractor_v1.pdf

MPD Warrant List, 4-6-18

Hello. Here is the 4-6-18 warrant list for 3rd and 5th Precincts in Minneapolis, issued by Beth Clark, Paralegal with the Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office. Previous lists are obsolete and should be discarded.

When this list was compiled, the people on it were wanted by police and could be arrested on sight. If you see any of them, please call 911 immediately. Tell the operator that you know the location of a person who is on this warrant list. Be as specific as possible.

If you personally know someone on this list, please encourage them to turn themselves in at a police precinct.

Since the last time a list was released these people wereadded:

Joe Farell Belgarde

Francine Butterfly

Nicole Shannon Columbus

Valerie Marie Foote

Irvin Killsplenty

Anthony Santino Lussier

Amber Marie Morrison

Gregory Lamont Riley

Cordell Townsell

Yolanda Tucker

Brian Keith Whitebird – aka Brian Keith Bullhead

Eric NMN Wilson

These people were removedfrom the list because they no longer have warrants:

Paul Clock

Reginald Greyeagle

Rachael Ogorman

This list is public information please post it and/or share with others who are interested.

Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407

612-825-6138

john.baumann

Warrant List 4-6-18docx.pdf

Phillips West Neighbors: You are Invited! Kate Hennessy Presentation. Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother

Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2018, 10:57:21 AM CDT

Subject: You are Invited! Kate Hennessy Presentation. Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother

Saint Mary’s University of MN would like to extend an invitation to Kate Hennessy’s discussion of her grandmother, Dorothy Day. Please RSVP back to me if you are able to join us! vmurphy

Hello all,

Please join us for a special presentation on Monday, April 16th where we’ll welcome Kate Hennessy. She will speak about her latest book: Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother. Biography below.

When: Monday, April 16, 2018
Where: Saint Mary’s University Center
Time: Presentation at 12:00pm (please plan to arrive a few minutes early so you can grab a snack and get settled before presentation begins at noon).

Kate Hennessy’s book will also be available for purchase and a book signing will follow the presentation. Snacks will be provided, but feel free to bring your own lunch as well.

Please RSVP to vmurphy

Kate Hennessy is a writer and the youngest of Dorothy Day’s nine grandchildren. In addition to writing Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved By Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother, she has worked in collaboration with the photographer Vivian Cherry on Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker: The Miracle of Our Continuance. Her work has also appeared in Best American Travel Writing.

Kate attended New York University and the School for International Training in Vermont. She has traveled and worked around the world, including at an international summer camp in the former USSR, and as an ESL Teacher in Guatemala and to Tibetan refugees in India. She has also walked 750 kilometers on el Camino de Santiago in Spain. Kate divides her time between Vermont and Ireland.

“Devastatingly beautiful … [Hennessy] explores the depths of Day’s humanity, in all its frailty and shortcomings.”
The Chicago Tribune

“[I]ntensely interesting … the images are kaleidoscopic.”
The Atlantic

“[A]n intimate, revealing and sometimes wrenching family memoir.”
—The New York Times


“Kate Hennessy’s Dorothy Day lives in my heart, my mind, and my soul.” —Martin Sheen, actor and activist

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you,

KateHennessyPDF.pdf