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Developers say the plan for "inclusionary zoning" will make building harder.
DFL committee's letter says residents need more clarity about plan.
It comes amid mounting pressure to curb low supply, rising rents, lost dreams.
Rent voucher is just one part of VASH program.
"A landmark day," mayor says after the unanimous council committee vote.
Ten containers are being deployed to keep used needles off the streets.
Launched in 2011, the pregnancy and postpartum support helpline has supported 1,200 mothers with mental health troubles.
Commonbond Communities bought Stonehouse Square for $11 million and will renew a Section 8 contract for 19 low-income units.
Minneapolis hopes to help convenience shop owners who say new health laws, particularly on tobacco, have dried up business.
The organization responsible for overseeing creation of a black-led credit union in north Minneapolis said it’s unsure when the bank will open but is committed…
A 1984 statute would require voters to approve rent control policy but council members first want to consider if the idea works.
St. Paul agency to receive $220 million over 20 years to keep units maintained.
Keith Ellison says Steven Meldahl failed to repair North Side properties, preyed on low-income tenants.
Tensions between Minneapolis city leaders and President Donald Trump's campaign escalated Monday when the campaign threatened to sue the city for trying to force it to pay $530,000 for security during this week's rally.
Ousted director says she was forced to fire the CFO because he is white.
Misconduct accusations cloud nonprofit pushing social justice.
But residents also want legal consequences for Northern Metal Recycling.
Appleby was a shrewd fundraiser in the public media world, going to various radio stations nationwide to share best practices.
Judge canceled trial, threatened to dismiss most evictions after landlord improperly filed cases.
City Council members have pushed the ordinance as a way to reduce barriers amid Minneapolis' affordable housing crisis.
On Friday, the Minneapolis City Council is expected to vote on an ordinance that would limit the ability of landlords to screen the backgrounds of tenants.
270 households would pay at least $50; St. Paul, Mpls. have similar policy.
New funds will pay for upgrades at hundreds of houses across the city.
The discussion, which is part of a national tour organized by the Congressional Black Caucus, said saving black moms will require radical shift in thinking.
A Minneapolis City Council committee approves the proposed ordinance after the packed public hearing
Clare Housing will get $950,000 to continue helping people living with HIV.
Revenue Dept. keeps what is left over after forfeiture, 90-year-old claims in court.
Nearly 8,000 people will receive housing support under the new Medicaid benefit.
With a 6-0 vote, council members established a Division of Labor Standards Enforcement and Education.
Hennepin County's biggest landlord is rethinking its approach to evictions amid a larger conversation over the fairness of the process and the damage an eviction filing has for renters.
Hennepin County program for those incarcerated has started treatment for 203 people since January — and officials expect that to rise.
Amid affordable housing crunch, city officials will consider a zoning change.
Starting next month, Greg Russ will take over as CEO of the nation's largest public housing system.
Tenants, landlords clash over potential Mpls. rule.
Tens of thousands apply for Section 8 wait list; 7,500 names will be drawn.
Want to serve food, take tickets or clean up? The big fair's job fair is July 10.
Other groups are posting fliers around the city in an attempt to counter the Minnesota Multi Housing Association's efforts.
In his first visit to Minnesota as a federal official, Carson said educating more people and fighting off "NIMBYism" or "Not In My Backyard" will be important.
City can enforce ordinance protecting tenants from bias, appeals panel rules.
Draft plan would make Minneapolis police the central point of contact with homeless encampments.
Mpls. shelter was set up to house residents of encampment.
Landlords say applicants' criminal, eviction and credit history is relevant.
One Love Housing is clashing with Cambridge, Anoka over ordinances.
Sharmarke Issa to lead city's public housing agency's governing board.
Lola on the Lake plans to use food trucks after ravaging fire.
The provision has passed the House but faces an uncertain path in the Senate.
Section 8 vouchers are so sought-after that people wait years to get them.
A recent court ruling upheld the city's ordinance designed to protect workers.
Section 8 residents worry that the sale of the Stonehouse Square Apartments will force them out.
Constance "Connie" Abrego Jackson was a giver and a fighter.The St. Paul resident was known in her neighborhood for opening her door to anyone in…
City, tribal and nonprofit leaders celebrated their success but acknowledged that challenges remain.