SCNA Neighborhood Association Monthly Neighborhood Meeting!
Next SCNA meeting December 10, 2013 6:30pm-8pm
5001 Humboldt Ave N
Have questions? Call our staff Amy Luesebrink at 763-561-1616
SCNA Neighborhood Association Mission:
"To protect and promote neighborhood interests and the health, safety and general welfare of the residents within this geographic jurisdiction in a non-partisan, educational and cooperative manner. In addition, SCNA works with adjacent neighborhoods in promoting and protecting the broader Camden area of Minneapolis."
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Now that National Night Out is over--
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Tell us what you think about the potential demolition of Shingle Creek Elementary School.
For more information about the CURA Research Report on the potential reuse of the site go to: David Arbitt Report
Steve Brandt Article StarTribune Feb 26, 2013 Empty for 8 years, old Northrop school in Minneapolis has two competing offers Article by: STEVE BRANDT , Star Tribune Updated: February 25, 2013 - 8:26 PM
Update Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Update Monday, August 6th:
On Friday August 3rd, the Minneapolis Public Schools appealed the Heritage Preservation Commission decision to deny the demolition permit of Shingle Creek Elementary School. The Zoning and Planning Committee will hear the appeal at 9:30am on August 23. Details for that meeting can be found here: Minneapolis Zoning and Planning. Any questions. Aaron Hanauer, Senior City Planner CPED--Planning Division--Development Services, (612) 673-2494, email@example.com
Update Tuesday, August 7:The Zoning and Planning Committee have postponed this topic until September 27th.Z&P
Update Friday, October 5:
..."Your Committee, having under consideration the appeal filed by Clyde Kane, on behalf of Minneapolis Public Schools, from the decision of the Heritage Preservation Commission denying the Demolition of Historic Resource application for Shingle Creek Elementary School, 5034 Oliver Ave N, now recommends that the appeal be granted, subject to the demolition action being stayed for a period of 180 days in order to allow the School District to market the property.
Further, that the City Attorney’s Office be directed to prepare Findings of Fact in support of the Committee’s decision.
Absent – Johnson.
Schiff moved that the Findings of Fact and Recommendation for the Single Creek Elementary School appeal prepared by the City Attorney and on file as FOF-2012-36 in the Office of the City Clerk be adopted and made a part of the report by reference. Seconded.
Adopted upon a voice vote.
Absent – Johnson."
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