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Apr172019

April 17, 2019, Wednesday - Ward 3 Happy Hour: City Boards & Commissions

Time: 5 PM – 7 PM

Location: GoldRoom Restaurant & Lounge, 528 Hennepin Avenue

Ward 3 Happy Hour: City Boards & Commissions

Please join me at my next Ward 3 Happy Hour on Wednesday, April 17 to meet and hear from Ward 3 residents who sit on different City Boards and Commissions!

Invitees include members of:
- Bicycle Advisory Committee
- Capital Long Range Improvements Committee
- Charter Commission
- Civil Rights Commission
- Community Environmental Advisory Committee
- Minneapolis Advisory Committee on Aging
- Minneapolis Advisory Committee on People with Disabilities
- Minneapolis Arts Commission
- Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- Public Health Advisory Committee
- Racial Equity Community Advisory Committee
- Violence Prevention Steering Committee
- Workplace Advisory Committee

Minneapolis has over 50 volunteer-based boards, commissions and advisory committees, with over 500 members. Many of them have Ward 3 residents participating. The City actively seeks applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences. Appointments are made twice each year.