Redevelopment Meeting Minutes 080326

Kingfield E-Mail Notice
March 18, 2008

Content:

  1. Visit Kingfield’s Living Art On-Line Gallery at http://www.kingfield.org/livingart/, and click on “Living Art Gallery” above the Fischer Grocery Mural image.
  2. Kingfield Farmers’ Market Seeking 2008 Market Coordinator
  3. Support the Kingfield Market and Pre-Order Flowers for Mother’s Day now!
  4. Grand Café Cribbage Tournament, Monday March 24, 6-10 PM
  5. Learn about Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, Monday March 24, 6-8 PM, 5th Precinct
  6. Crosstown Project Open House, Tuesday March 25, 6-8 PM, 8 W. 60th Street
  7. 46th Street ramps close March 19

1)

Living Art – A One-Night Community Art Show & Silent Auction
Saturday March 22
7-10 PM
Rau+Barber, 4244 Nicollet Ave. S.

Preview the show at http://www.kingfield.org/livingart/, and click on “Living Art Gallery”, and then order your tickets from the link provided, or pick them up at Anodyne! Advance tickets to Living Art are $10, and the day of the event at the door $20.

Appetizers and desserts artfully crafted by Scott Pampuch of The Corner Table and Theresa Lien of Anodyne are provided. Beverages (including beer and wine, selected by Scott Pampuch, and a non-alcoholic beverage, created by Theresa Lien) will be available at an additional cost.

Proceeds from ‘Living Art’ are split 50/50 between the artists and the Walldogs on Nicollet (www.walldogs.lyndale.org), a project of the Kingfield and Lyndale neighborhood associations.

Show Partners include:
Rau+Barber, Corner Table, Color Wheel Salon, Anodyne, and Leonardo’s Basement

Publicity Sponsors include:
Dunn & Semington (printers), Do-Good Biz (mailhouse), Greenhaven Printers, Johnson Design & Etc., and MackeySzar Design

Event Supporters include:
Ungerman Construction and Nicollet Hardware

2)
The Kingfield Farmers’ Market is seeking a 2008 Farmers’ Market Coordinator. This is a Temporary position with possibility of renewal. Compensation will be hourly and based on experience at an hourly range of $13-$15. This position reports to the KFNA Executive Director.

The Kingfield Farmers’ Market was established in 2001 by the Kingfield Neighborhood Association. The mission of the Market is to provide access to a variety of high quality locally grown foods in a pedestrian friendly environment that fosters community.

The Kingfield Farmers’ Market Coordinator oversees the year around, day-to-day operations of the Kingfield Farmers’ Market in order to serve its vendors, guests, patrons, and volunteers. The regular market season is June – October on Sundays from 9:00am-1:30pm.

Application Requirements: One-page Letter of Interest, One-Page Resume sent to: KFNA, 3754 Pleasant Ave. S, MPLS, MN 55409 or email to sarah@kingfield.org and copied to sarah@kingfield.org.

Interviews will begin as early as the week of March 17th; this position will remain open until filled. For a full job description please review the attached document, or contact KFNA at sarah@kingfield.org or 612.823.5980.

3)
Kingfield Farmers’ Market & Davidson’s Farm Making Mother’s Day Special
Purchase a selection of the following plants from a local farmer and 40% of the proceeds will go support the Kingfield Farmers’ Market.
Order deadline this Friday!

$5 – Jumbo six-pack : zinnias, cosmos or marigolds
$5 – 4″ tomatoes plants: cherry or grape
$25 – Terracotta mesclum lettuce bowls. A beautiful arrangement of baby lettuce that can be harvested for your own spring salads over and over again.

Order Deadline: Friday, March 21
To Order: Send plant list, quantity and check, to KFNA 3754 Pleasant Ave. S. #101
or pay online at www.kingfield.org and send your order list via email to sarah@kingfield.org
KFNA will send you a receipt and pick up slip.

Pick Up: Sat., May 9th, 10am -1pm, Frame Ups Gallery, 4325 Nicollet Ave

4)
GRAND CAFÉ CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENT
MONDAY EVENING –MARCH 24, 2008 6:00-10:00

Doubles and Singles Categories
$25.00 entry fee

** Double Elimination with Losers Brackets **
(Includes; Lamb Stew, Vegetarian Stew, Fruit and Cheese Board)

Winners Receive Gift Certificates
Consolation prizes
$3.00 Beers / $5.00 Wine will be available
Call Grand Café to reserve a spot at 612.822.8260

5)
Learn about CPTED (“The proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime and an improvement in the quality of life.”)

On Monday March 24, 2008; from 6 to 8 pm (or longer if necessary), at the 5th Precinct, Community Room, I will be holding a CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) discussion. We will talk about how we can design the environment to reduce crime, how we can use lighting to increase (or decrease) our safety, and many other issues. This is open to anyone. If you wish to RSVP please reply to: thomas.thompson@ci.minneapolis.mn.us

CPS Tom Thompson, Crime Prevention Specialist
Minneapolis Police Department, 5th Precinct
3101 Nicollet Ave S,
Minneapolis, MN 55408
thomas.thompson@ci.minneapolis.mn.us
(612) 673-2823

Serving the neighborhoods of:
CARAG, East Harriet, ECCO, Kingfield, Linden Hills, Lyndale, West Calhoun
e-mail crime alert list sign up safe5.2-on@ccpsafe.org
to un-subscribe safe5.2-off@ccpsafe.org

6)
Crosstown Project Public Information Open House
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Richfield Lutheran Church
8 W 60th Street, Minneapolis
(intersection of Nicollet Ave and 60th Street)

Construction activities on the Crosstown Project will soon be in full swing again. The public is invited to attend a public information open house to learn about the upcoming construction season. Childcare will be available for children ages one year and older. The event location is handicap accessible. Upon request, reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities or who are in need of a translator will be provided. To request special accommodations or for more information about the event, call the Crosstown Project hotline, 1-866-743-6590, or email, crosstown@rranow.com.

7)
Ramp from northbound Interstate 35W to 46th Street closes March 19
The exit ramp from northbound Interstate 35W to 46th Street in Minneapolis is scheduled to close at approximately 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 19. The ramp closure is needed for crews to continue retaining wall construction, begin utility work and to prepare for the 46th Street bridge removal, planned for early April. The exit ramp is scheduled to re-open in the fall of 2009.

The exit ramp from southbound I-35W to 46th Street remains open; however, is tentatively scheduled to close on Monday, March 24. The entrance ramps to northbound and southbound I-35W are closed.

Community Notification Meeting

This flyer is being distributed to people living in the area where a

LEVEL III SEX OFFENDER is residing. The Minneapolis Police Department will be hosting a meeting to be held on:

DATE: Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
TIME: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
PLACE: Painter Park And Recreation
620 West 34th Street
Offender: Earl Maurice Petersen
Dob 12/13/56

Level 3 Offenders are most likely of all risk groups to re-offend

Areas flyered for this meeting include:

North Boundary: West 31st Street
South Boundary: West 37th Street
East Boundary: Blaisdell Avenue So.
West Boundary: Lyndale Avenue So.

The purpose of this meeting is to provide the Community with information about:

Sign language interpreters available ¾ Please call in advance: 612-673-2817 Interpreter Services and translated materials are also available.

Advance Notice:
Attention. If you want help translating this information, call 612-673-3737.
Atención. Si desea recibir asistencia gratuita para traducir esta información, llama 612-673-2700
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If you cannot attend, but want a fact sheet for this offender call: 612-673-2802

DO NOT ALTER THIS FLYER IN ANY WAY

Kingfield Crime Prevention & Safety Task Force (CPaS)
Tuesday, March 18
7:00-8:30
MLK Park
Attendance
Kingfield Residents: 5
MLK Park Staff: Brian Cornell
MPD- Lt Marie Przynski, CPS Tom Thompson
Fifth Precinct Community Attorney: Lisa Goden 
Crime and Safety Task Force Board Representative: None
KFNA Staff- Joanna S. Hallstrom, Project Organizer
Meeting Agenda: 
I. Introductions:
II. Announcements: 

Learn about CPTED
On Monday March 24, 2008; from 6 to 8 pm (or longer if necessary), at the 5th Precinct, Community Room, I will be holding a CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) discussion.  CPS Thompson will talk about how we can design the environment to reduce crime, how we can use lighting to increase (or decrease) our safety, and many other issues.  This is open to anyone. If you wish to RSVP please reply to;  HYPERLINK “mailto:thomas.thompson@ci.minneapolis.mn.us” \o “blocked::mailto:thomas.thompson@ci.minneapolis.mn.us” thomas.thompson@ci.minneapolis.mn.us CPTED : “The proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime and an improvement in the quality of life.”  NCPI
Citizen Training on Gangs
5th Pct Community Room on Wed., April 2, 2008 at 6:30 pm specifically for Kingfield.  The first part will be generic on gangs in general and then the presenter will give the highlight of gangs specific to Kingfield/P5. 90 minutes long.

Sex Offender Notice – passed around
5th Precinct Open House – May 15th from 5pm-7pm at 31st and 1st Ave. There is a committee of volunteers that will be helping with this event. Please let CPS or Lt. know if you are interested in joining this committee. Volunteers are needed to help set up, do games etc. They are collecting prizes for games and food donations.
III. Resident Forum / Issues of Concern: 
Open forum for residents to discuss individual concerns. 

In response to the agenda posted for the Citizen raining on Gangs, Michael Vanderford, leader of the West-of-King block clubs commented (and has been in correspondence with the facilitator of the training) that residents want this training to give them concrete actions that help with the gang issues in our community. Residents do not simply want more knowledge about local gang activity, they want to know how to influence the negative activity to make our neighborhoods and parks safer.
Brian Cornell, MLK Park Director,  reported that Allen Brown, a member of the Troup Squad (now know as the Maniac Crew) was picked up for a drive by shooting in Richfield. Brown uses MLK Park facilities for recreation and is known by park staff. Goden will check into this case to verify the details.
Goden reported that the community impact statements submitted for the Dominique Bowman-Griffin case were not very affective. The CISs that were submitted were tide to activity at Bowman-Griffin’s home (property) and not to him as an individual. They were not specific to his case, which was for check forgery. Goden did report that Bowman-Griffin’s home has been reported for being a nuisance property, and violations are being checked. Lt. Przynski stated that she can run the information on this case against burglary/robbery cases to see if the check/bank matches any Kingfield or area theft reports. 

One resident asked to know about the shooting at Brueger’s Bagels a week ago. It apparently was a drive by of some sort. CPS Thompson and Lt. Przynski are unaware of this incident and will have to look up the report.
CPS Thompson reminded residents that weekly crime stats can be found on line. They will be precinct wide. The MPD no longer provides monthly neighborhood crime maps. There is a new system for signing up for crime stats and alerts – sign up directions are posted on  HYPERLINK “http://www.kingfield.org” www.kingfield.org. Residents complained about not receiving these notices even after signing up for them. CPS Thompson ask these residents to email him and he will send their email to the person that does the programming.
Lt. Przynski stated that she can forward a monthly crime maps and stats to the KFNA office for distribution to CPaS participants. Hallstrom stated that she could email this out and/or post it on the Kingfield website. 

One resident expressed concern that she had had a sex offender living on her block who had not notified his landlord. She found out because she figured out who the landlord was and called them. The landlord was unaware that they were renting to a sex offender. CPS Thompson confirmed that landlords do not have to be notified. It turns out that this particular sex offender is not living on this block anymore but has not re-registered with police to indicate his new address. 

IV. Crime Reports: 
Kingfield Crime stats reviewed by Lt. Przynski and CPS Thompson 
YTD overall crime is down 9% precinct wide. There has been a spike in robberies in January and February. Violent crimes are up 14%. Residents must look at the base number of crimes reported in a given year/month to understand the percentages. These numbers were not given at this meeting.
The police have arrested a single suspect that has confessed to over 40 burglaries in the area. He is suspected of the recent rash of Kingfield Business burglaries – although this is not proven at this time and may not be. The individual will be listed as a suspect in all the burglaries that he confesses to although he will not be charged for these incidents unless there is enough proof.
Gerald Dittman, a chronic burglar is set to be released. Goden will confirm if this is the burglar of the Petersen Flowers. 

The suspect who robbed the Subway and is suspected for 20 plus other robberies is now robbing banks. The Feds are involved and the police feel that this individual will soon be arrested.
V. Crime Prevention and Safety Strategies to Discuss/Plan:
Court Watch Program Update: Goden will be sending out minutes from the last Court Watch meeting. Hallstrom will post them. Hallstrom will follow-up with Mary Beth Heller to see if she still wants to volunteer. Ann Berget has joint the group. KFNA is still collecting CIS for the Mark Loesch case the MLK park stabbing/kidnapping.
“Judicial Revolving-Door” forum –Update from West-of-King on planning direction. Vanderford reported that his group is meeting later this month and will sort out their priorities for this meeting and get back to CPaS. They will lay out the questions that they would like addressed through the forum etc. They have been focusing currently on block leader trainings.

Citizen Patrol: West-of-King is starting up a walking group. The Van Nest walking club will start up again possibly this week. The groups thought it would be a good idea to have a joined Citizen Patrol Kick Off this spring. The groups will decide on a date. The walking groups will be coordinated by individual blocks and there will be no central walking group stationed at MLK Park this summer. Resident feedback is that it is easier to coordinate with neighbors regarding walking times etc then try to get a volunteer to lead a neighborhood wide group.

Minutes completed by Joanna S. Hallstrom, Project Organizer – KFNA

Kingfield E-Mail Notice
March 12, 2008

Content:
1)  Kingfield Farmers’ Market Seeking 2008 Market Coordinator
2)  Support the Kingfield Market and Pre-Order Flowers for Mother’s Day now!
3)  Eco-Friendly Winter Yard & Home Maintenance, Thursday March 20, 7-8 PM, MLK Park
4)  Learn about Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, Monday March 24, 6-8 PM, 5th Precinct
5)  Crosstown Project Open House, Tuesday March 25, 6-8 PM, 8 W. 60th Street
________________________________________________________________________

1)  The Kingfield Farmers’ Market is seeking a 2008 Farmers’ Market Coordinator.  This is a Temporary position with possibility of renewal.  Compensation will be hourly and based on experience at an hourly range of $13-$15.  This position reports to the KFNA Executive Director.

The Kingfield Farmers’ Market was established in 2001 by the Kingfield Neighborhood

Association. The mission of the Market is to provide access to a variety of high quality locally grown foods in a pedestrian friendly environment that fosters community.

The Kingfield Farmers’ Market Coordinator oversees the year around, day-to-day operations of the Kingfield Farmers’ Market in order to serve its vendors, guests, patrons, and volunteers. The regular market season is June – October on Sundays from 9:00am-1:30pm.

Application Requirements: One-page Letter of Interest, One-Page Resume sent to: KFNA, 3754 Pleasant Ave. S, MPLS, MN 55409 or email to sarah@kingfield.org and copied to sarah@kingfield.org

Interviews will begin as early as the week of March 17th; this position will remain open until filled.  For a full job description please review the attached document, or contact KFNA at sarah@kingfield.org or 612.823.5980.

2)  Order flowers for Mom and support your local market!

Kingfield Farmers’ Market & Davidson’s Farm are working together to make Mother’s Day Special! Jean Davidson of Davidson’s Farm has been a vendor at the Kingfield Farmers’ Market for many years.  She is providing 40% of the sale of the flower varieties listed below to support the Kingfield Market!

Order Deadline: Friday, March 21
Pick-Up: Sat. May 10th, 10am -1pm at Frame Ups Gallery, 4325 Nicollet Ave

Flower Varieties:

Jumbo six-pack / zinnias, cosmos or marigolds — $5
4″ grape or cherry tomatoes plants — $5
Terracotta mesclum lettuce bowls. Harvest your own spring salad. Cut this beautiful variety of spring lettuce as needed and it will grow back. –$25

Send a list of the plants you would like and a check to:

Kingfield Neighborhood Association
3754 Pleasant Ave. S. #101
Minneapolis, MN 55409

Please include your name and contact information in your order. KFNA will confirm your order with a receipt.

Please email or call the KFNA office if you have questions: sarah@kingfield.org or 612-823-5980×3.

3)  There’s still ice out there, so come learn about eco-friendly winter home and yard maintenance!

Thursday, March 20
7:00-8:00 pm
MLK Park, 4055 Nicollet Avenue South

All urban-dwellers are invited to join the Kingfield Neighborhood Association (KFNA) Green Committee for Minnesota’s 1st winter maintenance training class designed for homeowners.   This will be a chance to learn about de-icer selection, application rates, snow removal methods and environmental impacts.   For the past 10 years this type of training has been available only to snow and ice control professionals.  Now it is available to you in a simplified, and entertaining!, format.

Since this is a new program piloted in 2008 we are interested in understanding homeowner winter maintenance concerns.  Any information you can share with us will help us improve our new training program.  Bring your trickiest winter maintenance concerns and join in the discussion.  Eco-friendly treats, hand–baked and foot-delivered, by Butter, and Peace Coffee brewed by Anodyne!

This program is funded by the Mississippi WMO and presented by Fortin Consulting Inc. Questions can be directed to Sarah Linnes-Robinson, KFNA Executive Director at sarah@kingfield.org or 612.823.5980.

4)  Learn about CPTED (“The proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime and an improvement in the quality of life.”)

On Monday March 24, 2008; from 6 to 8 pm (or longer if necessary), at the 5th Precinct, Community Room, I will be holding a CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) discussion.  We will talk about how we can design the environment to reduce crime, how we can use lighting to increase (or decrease) our safety, and many other issues.  This is open to anyone. If you wish to RSVP please reply to;
thomas.thompson@ci.minneapolis.mn.us

CPS Tom Thompson, Crime Prevention Specialist
Minneapolis Police Department, 5th Precinct
3101 Nicollet Ave S,
Minneapolis, MN  55408
thomas.thompson@ci.minneapolis.mn.us
(612) 673-2823

Serving the neighborhoods of:

CARAG, East Harriet, ECCO, Kingfield, Linden Hills, Lyndale, West Calhoun
e-mail crime alert list sign up safe5.2-on@ccpsafe.org
to un-subscribe safe5.2-off@ccpsafe.org

5)  Crosstown Project Public Information Open House

Tuesday, March 25, 2008
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Richfield Lutheran Church
8 W 60th Street, Minneapolis

(intersection of Nicollet Ave and 60th Street)

Construction activities on the Crosstown Project will soon be in full swing again. The public is invited to attend a public information open house to learn about the upcoming construction season.  Childcare will be available for children ages one year and older. The event location is handicap accessible. Upon request, reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities or who are in need of a translator will be provided. To request special accommodations or for more information about the event, call the Crosstown Project hotline, 1-866-743-6590, or email, crosstown@rranow.com.

General Crosstown Updates:

Tentative Dates for Upcoming I-35W Weekend Closure

A weekend closure of I-35W is tentatively being planned for early April.  Construction activities during this closure include the demolition of the 46th Street bridge. More details to follow in upcoming updates.

46th Street Bridge

The 46th Street bridge remains open; however, the bridge is tentatively scheduled to be removed in early April, weather permitting.  The northbound exit ramp from I-35W is scheduled to close on or around March 17 and the southbound exit ramp from I-35W is scheduled to close in the spring of 2008. More details to follow in upcoming updates.

Freeway Ramp Closures

The following ramps are closed or tentatively scheduled to close:

46th Street
46th Street exit ramp from northbound I-35W
Approximate closure date: Monday, March 17
Approximate re-opening: October 2009

46th Street exit ramp from southbound I-35W
Approximate closure date: Spring of 2008
Approximate re-opening: October 2010

46th Street entrance ramp to northbound I-35W
Status: Closed
Approximate re-opening: October 2009

46th Street entrance ramp to southbound I-35W
Status: Closed
Approximate re-opening: October 2010

50th Street Bridge Area
Work around the 50th Street bridge is on hold until this spring. The 50th Street bridge is tentatively scheduled to re-open in fall 2008.

46th Street Bridge Area
The 46th Street bridge remains open. The 46th Street bridge is tentatively scheduled to be removed in early April, weather permitting. Daytime construction activities next week include excavating and grading in preparation for retaining wall construction, as well as pile driving.

46th Street Freeway Ramps

  •          The 46th Street freeway entrance ramps to northbound and southbound I-35W remain closed.
  •          The northbound exit ramp is scheduled to close on or around March 17.
  •          The southbound exit ramp is scheduled to close in the spring of 2008.

(for more details see Freeway Ramp Closures)

For More Information on the Crosstown Project
Crosstown Project Hotline: 1.866.743.6590
Email: crosstown@rranow.com
Website: www.mndot.gov
Crosstown Project Office: 6242 Lyndale Ave S, Richfield*
*For office hours, call the Crosstown Project Hotline.

3/12/08 KFNA Board Minutes

Attendance:
Board Members Present:  Niki Stavrou, Chris Sur, Amy Joe Gracyalny, David Brauer, Tom Parent, Arthur Knowles, Darrell Gerber, David Saddoris, Ben Kristensen
Board Members Absent:  Mary Hunter, JobyLynn SassilyJames, Karen Pieper
KFNA Staff Present:  Sarah Linnes-Robinson
Community Members:  Elizabeth Glidden, Representatives of Plymouth Church

Neighborhood Foundation Community Forum:
Glidden reported on Turtle Bread breakfast.  The presence of representatives from PCNF was noted.

Annual Meeting Update:
Brauer reports on board recruitment.  Potential board member names need to be reported to Sarah.

Secretary’s Report:
The prior meeting’s minutes were approved unanimously.

New Business:
The Community Business Agreement between KFNA and PCNF was discussed.  Parent discusses history of relationship and the community presentations about issues of concern to the neighborhood.  There was a discussion of the meaning of a CBA and that it gives the neighborhood legally enforceable assurances about statements of intent by PCNF.  There was discussion about the meaning of entering into a contract.
PCNF thanked KFNA for facilitating efforts.  Knowles moved to approve amended CBA; Parent seconded.  Approved unanimously.

Treasurer’s Report:
Discussion of budget revisions from last meeting
Knowles moves approval of budget; Kristensen seconds.  Approved unanimously.

Framework of NRP:
Sur discussed the proposed response to the NRP Framework document.  Glidden discussed some aspects of the Framework plan.
Parent moved to approve the KFNA response letter; Gerber seconded. Unanimously approved.

Mosaic Mural:
There was discussion of having the details of getting a letter out to be delegated to the Executive Committee and a discussion of attorney-client privilege issues.
Sur moved to delegate the letter to the Executive Committee; Gerber seconded.  Unanimously approved.

Farmer’s Market Job & Budget:
There was no quorum for this vote via e-mail.  There was a discussion of a motion to retroactively approve the posting of the job position.
Sur so moved; Knowles seconded.  There was a discussion of qualifications being considered.  The motion was unanimously approved.

Other Task Forces and Business:
Saddoris reported on Green Committee.
Gerber reported on Transportation.
Linnes-Robinson discussed pedestrian access to 46th Street BRT station and bike parking.
Linnes-Robinson discussed the upcoming Living Art fundraiser and the need for volunteers.

Further Annual Meeting Planning:
Stavrou discussed Taste of Kingfield.
Parent will offer signage.
Meeting adjourned.

KFNA Green Committee: Special Meeting with PCNF regarding Green Elements at 3700
MINUTES 3/08

Present: Dave Saddoris and Karen Pieper
Absent: Darrell Gerber, David Postosky
Temporarily on leave: Tom Parent
Also Present: Sarah Linnes-Robinson

Dave, Karen, and Sarah met with Matt (PCNF) and Michelle (PCNF Architect) to discuss green elements in the proposed development of 3700 Nicollet.  Michelle stated they will build to the Green Communities standards and the checklist was reviewed  (the new 2008 version is attached, although the group walked through the older version at the meeting).  The PCNF team also presented a list of items above these standards that they were considering for the project.  KFNA representatives stated that the Green Communities criteria for building was a good start, but KFNA would not consider partnering resources to meet the required items.  KFNA did say that if PCNF did pursue some of the additional items, there was a possibility that KFNA would partner resources.

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