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Mill District Traffic Community Meeting Scheduled for May 3rd at Stonebridge Lofts

A Mill District Traffic Community Meeting with City Council Member Steve Fletcher, Park Board Commissioner Jono Cowgill, and Minneapolis Public Works staff is scheduled for Thursday, May 3rd, from 5:30pm–6:30pm at the Stonebridge Lofts Community Room, 1120 S 2nd Street.

Please join Council Member Fletcher and City staff for this community meeting about traffic in the Mill District, including pedestrian and bike networks, to share your feedback and ideas on how the City can plan to better meet the needs of our growing neighborhood.

Contact Ward 3 City Council Member Steve Fletcher at 612‐673‐2203, FacebookWeb or Email:

For reasonable accommodations or alternative formats please contact Ward 3 City Council Member Steve Fletcher per the info above. People who are deaf or hard of hearing can use a relay service to call 311 at 612‐673‐3000. TTY users call 612‐673‐2157 or 612‐673‐2626.

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