Upon further review, never mind.

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board has reversed its controversial ban on the use of park buildings to discuss three proposed charter amendments, including one to abolish the board.

But the city's Charter Commission is saying no thanks for now, sticking to the locations it scrambled to pull together after the Park Board vetoed its reservations at park buildings. The meetings are intended to hear public comment on whether to place the proposed changes on the fall ballot.

The commission has scheduled two of its planned four meetings. They will be from 6:30-8 p.m. on April 28 at North Regional Library, 1315 Lowry Av. N., and Northeast Library, 2200 Central Av. NE. Another is tentatively scheduled for April 23 at Minnesota Transitions Charter School, 2872 26th Av. S. A fourth is likely to be held May 7 or 14 at St. Joan of Arc Church, 4517 3rd Av. S.

The school site was volunteered by Tony Scallon, a former City Council member who said he was offended at the Park Board stance even though he doesn't support the charter proposals. Park Board President Tom Nordyke said that most supporters of keeping the Park Board who have contacted him want the meetings held in parks.

The other charter proposals involve abolishing the Board of Estimate and Taxation and revamping city departments under a single administrator.