Crime affects small businesses. Of the crimes that can occur, robbery is one that can take a large emotional and financial toll on the owner and employees. Crime Prevention Specialists from 3rd and 5th Precincts in the Minneapolis Police Department invite all small business owners in south Minneapolis to a robbery prevention meeting.
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: TED FISHER,
Manager of Assets Protection for Target
Date: Monday, November 23, 2009
Time: 6:30-8 p.m.
Location: St Joan of Arc Church
Hospitality Hall (in church basement)
4537 3rd Ave. S.
ENTER FROM PARKING LOT THROUGH DOOR # 1 AND FOLLOW SIGNS
For more information, contact:
5th Pct., Sector 3
5th Pct., Sector 1
Kingfield E-Notice: 11/18/2009
1. MPS Area C /Zone 3 Meeting, Thursday Nov. 19, 6:30 PM, San Miguel School
2. KFNA Green Committee Meeting, Thursday Nov. 19, 7:00 PM, MLK Park
3. Kingfield Farmers’ Market Holiday Market, Nov. 22, 8:30 AM- 1 PM, Rau+Barber
4. Garfield Holiday Art Bazaar, Dec. 5 and 6, 4017 Garfield Ave
5. Minneapolis Public School Open Houses, various schools at various times
6. Studio Bricolage Holiday Party & Gift Making, Dec. 4 and Mixology Dec. 5
Also…the KFNA Redevelopment Committee Meeting CANCELLED for November due to Thanksgiving. December’s meeting will likely be delayed too, due to Christmas. Read more
DATE: Thursday November 19, 2009
TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 P.M.
LOCATION: San Miguel Middle School, 3800 Pleasant Ave. South
Childcare Provided / Interpretation Services in Spanish and Somali
Welcome and Introductions – meet your DPAC representatives and alternates for 2009-2010
Overview of grade-level curriculum expectations
Overview of school placement changes for 2010-2011
Q&A – Dr. Marianne Norris, Associate Superintendent
*student placement staff will be available to answer questions about school choices for 2010-2011
The Area C Parent Council is a parent group that aims to collect the voice of MPS Area C parents, to build community among Area C parents and to create a channel of communication between Area C parents, the District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC) and district leadership. Read more
Normally the KFNA Board would meet tonight, the 2nd Wednesday of the month. But due to Veteran’s Day and the park being closed we have moved the meeting to Tuesday November 17, 7 PM, at MLK Park.
Motorists will encounter detours and increased congestion on metro area roadways when the ramp to 46th Street from northbound Interstate 35W closes at 10 p.m. Nov. 9. The ramp is scheduled to re-open summer 2010.
The 46th Street bridge and all other freeway ramps at 46th Street will remain open during the closure.
Motorists should follow the posted detour route, which includes using the Diamond Lake Road ramp to reach northbound I-35W.
For more information on the I-35W/Highway 62 Crosstown reconstruction project, visit www.mndot.gov or call the Crosstown Project hotline at 1-866/743-6590 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For More Information on the Crosstown Project
Crosstown Project Hotline: 1.866.743.6590
2. Make Art IN Your Community WITH Your Community—Studio Bricolage Nov. 6 and Family Building Nov. 8
3. Solomon’s Porch Artisan Fair, Nov. 7 and Nov. 8
4. Groundbreaking Ceremony for Nicollet Square, Nov.12, 4:30 PM,3700 Nicollet
5. Kingfield Fall Community Bonfire, Nov. 14, MLK Park
6. Minneapolis Public School Open Houses, various schools at various times
7. Kingfield Farmers’ Market Holiday Market, Nov. 22, 8:30 AM- 1 PM, Rau+Barber
This feature is posted each Monday, so you can share concerns and crimes that you see happening in our neighborhood. Do your part to increase the safety of Kingfield and let your neighbors know: What are you seeing on your daily walk? From your window? At the bus stop? In the alley?
Leave a comment on this post to let others know. Be specific about location. Check out the comments on this post to see what others have to say this week.
Remember: This is a way for neighbors to share information and does NOT replace official reporting of crimes.
-If there is an emergency, or you see suspicious activity or a crime that requires a police response, call 911
-To report other problems, such as street lights out, abandoned vehicles, graffiti, or animal complaints, call 311
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