(@patrickhanlon)

A Hub of Economic Activity & Innovation

Incentives available to green/clean/sustainably minded businesss

Continue to make incentives available to businesses, with fees that they pay, for innovative clean technology projects that result in measurably cleaner communities, stronger businesses and healthier working conditions. Leverage investments that are mutually beneficial to businesses and their surrounding communities (ie. especially in areas of inequity). Auto body shops, dry cleaners, printers, plating companies, foundries,... more »

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(@daniel.boody)

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City-Run and Collected Compost

There are other cities that currently do this, and it can make much greater use of all the compostable goods available now. Routing food waste to a city-run compost facility would help reduce landfill waste and produce energy.

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One Minneapolis

More equitable property taxes

Don't use property taxes to pay for services and needs that should be funded

by everyone. Reduce the financial burden

on single family homes. Listen to tax payer -proposed alternatives.

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(@jamezsmith)

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Minneapolis Late Night Coalition

Establish an entity, modeled after the San Francisco Late Coalition, that would focus on various aspects of the Minneapolis Entertainment Industry, including but not limited to, Safety, Diversification, Policy, et al.

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A City that Works

Business Districts are Destinations

When implementing the new bicycle paths in the City, take into account their affect on our small business districts. The bicycle lanes can kill a business district when they displace parking. There is no mention in the Bicycle Plan for Minneapolis of coordinating with existing business districts, yet, these small business hubs are vital to the neighborhoods. City plans that will reduce these businesses ability to provide... more »

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A City that Works

Crosswalk Enforcement Prioritized.

Direct Minneapolis Police to enforce the State of MN pedestrian laws, focusing on the crosswalk law. This is seldom observed or enforced. To make major change all we need to do in enforce laws already on the books.

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