The Phillips Neighborhood Eye Clinic!

Do you or a family member ever have:

  • Blurry vision?
  • Difficulty reading things up close?
  • Difficulty seeing things far away?
  • Need new eye glasses?

Then come to the Phillips Neighborhood Eye Clinic on November 23, 2015.

St Pauls Lutheran Church
2742 15th Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Mondays and Thursdays, 6pm - 9pm

October Community Meeting Agenda

Community Meeting Agenda
Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association, Inc.
Tuesday October 27, 6:30-8pm. 
Stewart Park (Multi-purpose Room), 2700 12th Ave S, Minneapolis

•  Approve September Community Meeting Minutes (5 min)

•  Discussion on Medina Market Rezoning (50 min)
Guests:  Director of Development Services, City of Minneapolis – Steve Poor; and Medina representatives Khadar Yassin and Amiin Harun 

•  Housing Updates (20 min)
Homeowners at 2440 and 2442 13th Ave S are seeking MPNAI support for re-configuring their narrow lots by buying the vacant city owned lot at 2438 13th Ave S.

•  Ongoing business/announcements (15 min)
- Phillips Neighborhood Clinic – Presentation by Noah Dietsche
- Update on art utility boxes project
- MPNAI has a position open for At Large Rep and District 4 Rep (E 26th St to E 28th St and 12th Ave S to Bloomington Ave S)


Stewart Park (Arts & Crafts Room)
Tuesday December 8, 6:30-8pm. 
Stewart Park (Arts & Crafts Room)
Public attendance encouraged for community 
discussion/awareness of local issues.
Tuesday November 24, 6:30-8pm. 
Stewart Park (Multi-purpose Room)
No December community meeting

Tuesday November 10, 6:30-8pm. 

Police Ask for Public’s Help in Severe Beating Case

News Release
Police Ask for Public’s Help in Severe Beating Case
Oct. 20, 2015 (MINNEAPOLIS) On Thursday, September 3rd at approximately 1:00 am, officers from the Minneapolis Police Department responded to the report of one down in the area of E. Lake Street and 12th Avenue South.  
Upon arrival, officers located a Native American female in her late 20’s unconscious suffering from a severe head wound.  The woman remains in critical condition.
Anyone with information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a person in this case might be eligible for a cash reward.  Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or send an anonymous tip to CRIMES (274637) and begin message with: TIP674. 
The case number is 15-332607.

Contact: John Elder, Public Information Officer
(Office) 612-673-3829
(Twitter) @MinneapolisPD

UPDATED: October 13 Board Meeting Agenda

October Board Meeting Agenda

Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association, Inc.
Tuesday October 13, 2015, 6:30-8:00pm
Stewart Park Community Room, 2700 12th Ave S, Minneapolis

- Approve September Board Meeting Minutes (5 mins)

- Identify community goals and develop plan for allocation of the rest of MPNAI’s NPP funds (35 mins)
  • Discussion of revised work plan for MPNAI staff
- Financial Update (10 mins)
  • MOTION: To roll $2,645 back into the revolving housing rehab fund
  • MOTION: Accept and receive the Community Innovation Grant from the City of Minneapolis in the amount of $26,000
  • MOTION: Accept and receive Financial Reports
- Housing Updates (10 mins)
  • MOTION (from Community Meeting): Midtown Phillips general membership meeting supports the development of 5 lots listed with the stipulation that the developers reach out to the block clubs for input and support: 2432 14th Ave S; 2446 15th Ave S; 2523 14th Ave S; 2527 14th Ave S; 2528 14th Ave 
- Cepro updates from the Community Meeting and moving the project forward (10 mins)
  • MOTION (from Community Meeting) made to support the county and pull partnerships together to investigate conservancy of the CEPRO site with a focus on sustainability for at least five years and pursue a County financial match.
  • MOTION (from Community Meeting) made to approve $8,000 out of existing CEPRO County contract funds to cover cost for of Phase I plantings and maintenance. (Phase I is to plant scrubs and trees this fall.)
- Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Signs Update (5 mins)
  • MOTION (from Community Meeting) that the executive committee determine the best recommendation for following through on the signs.
- Report back on Phillips Clean Sweep (5 mins)

- Ongoing Business/Public comments (5 mins)