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Wednesday
Jun222011

Tonight - Upper Riverfront Parks Development Public Meeting at MPRB

Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm

Location: Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board headquarters, 2117 West River Road

Your favorite summer destination for getting your toes wet may not be the Upper Riverfront in Minneapolis, but visionary plans for river’s edge trails, recovered wetlands, boat landings, tributaries, kayak courses and yes, beaches, will soon put the Mississippi high on your to-experience list.

These, and other regional amenities designed to reconnect the community with the great river and National Park in our midst, are among those the public is asked to weigh in on during the June 22 public meeting. The Minneapolis Park Board is holding the public meeting as part of its Minneapolis Riverfront Development Initiative (MR|DI), a strategic project to develop within five years the first phase of multi-functional community-connecting parks along 5.5 miles of the Mississippi from the Stone Arch Bridge to the city’s northern border.

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