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The Waite Park Voice is mailed to the 2,350 addresses in the Waite Park neighborhood, government officials, local businesses, and other neighborhood organizations. Additional copies are available at the Waite Park Community Center and neighborhood businesses.
Meeting agenda available here:
Mark you calendars for three public open houses on the latest phase of Nicollet-Central Transit Alternatives Study. The proposed route up Central Avenue through Northeast Minneapolis includes three stops in the Waite Park Neighborhood at 32nd, 35th, and 37th Avenues.
- Tuesday, Feb. 12, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. MPHA Parker Skyview Community Room, 1815 Central Avenue NE.
- Wednesday, Feb. 13, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. HCMC Whittier Clinic, 2810 Nicollet Avenue S.
- Thursday, Feb. 14, 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Minneapolis Central Library, 300 Nicollet Mall.
The City of Minneapolis invites and encourages participation by every resident to each program, service and event within our city. There will be Somali and Spanish interpreters at the open houses. The open houses are wheelchair accessible. Should you require an accommodation for you to fully participate or interpreter services for language(s) other than Somali or Spanish, please contact Anna Flintoft at 612-673-3885 or anna.flintoft@minneapolismn.
At these open houses, we will share the results of the initial screening of alternative transit modes and alignments and an overview of the next phase of study - the detailed evaluation of alternatives. The first phase of study was completed last fall to define the project rationale or "purpose and need"; you can review the Phase I Public Engagement Summary on the project website study information page.
The Nicollet-Central corridor extends from the south along Nicollet Avenue at the 46th Street/Interstate 35W Transit Station, through downtown Minneapolis along Nicollet Mall, over the Mississippi River, and north along Central Avenue NE to the Columbia Heights Transit Center at 41st Avenue NE. The Nicollet-Central Transit Alternatives Study began last fall and will be completed later in the summer of 2013. The outcome of the study will identify a preferred transit enhancement that could serve as the first phase of a longer-range vision for transit service in the corridor.
For more information, visit the project website at www.minneapolismn.gov/
All Waite Park neighborhood residents, property-owners and businesses are invited to submit a completed survey (one submission per household or business please) no later than Wednesday, February 13th.
Your responses will help us understand what you value in our neighborhood and what you think could be improved upon. We plan to compile your responses and use the data to guide us as we define neighborhood priorities and undertake neighborhood projects.
There are three easy ways to complete and submit your survey:
- Complete the printed survey you receive in the mail and return it using the postage-paid self-mailer instructions.
- Complete the printed survey and attend an upcoming neighborhood meeting to submit your survey in person (WPCC meeting info can be found here)
- Using your computer or mobile device, complete the survey online (if submitting online, please do not duplicate your response with a printed submission)
We invite you to make your voice heard and thank you for your participation!