Welcome

Welcome to the Kenwood Isles Area Association (KIAA) website. Kenwood is a neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota, just southwest of the downtown area. Please scroll down for postings of news for our neighborhood.

You are invited to attend our monthly KIAA Board meetings, which are generally held on the first Monday of the month from 7 to 8:30 pm at the Kenwood Recreation Center, 2101 W. Franklin Ave. If the first Monday of the month is a holiday, then we meet on the second Monday. 2015 meetings will be held on July 6, September 14, October 5, November 2, and December 7.  (No meeting in August.)

If you wish to be added to the list of Kenwood residents receiving future copies of Kenwood neighborhood news or if you want to be removed from that list, please contact Jean Deatrick at KIAA55405@gmail.com. Please provide your name, email address, and home address.

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Kenwood Neighborhood News Update

Kenwood Isles Area Association

Monthly Board of Directors Meeting

February 1, 2016

7:00 – 8:30

 

7:00 Welcome

Approval of the Agenda

Jeanette Colby
7:05 Council Member Lisa Goodman – Updates, and discussion of name for proposed SWLRT station Lisa Goodman
7:20 MPRB Chief Ohotto – Recommendations for 2016 East Cedar Beach funding Jason Ohotto
7:30 Financial Report Ed Pluimer
7:35 Thrill Kenwood Video

Rock Kenwood – Dance Party Feb. 27th

Amanda Vallone
7:40 East Cedar Beach Committee report Matt Spies

Amanda Vallone

8:00 SWLRT

Updates from the Community Advisory Committee

Responses from legislators

Discussion/vote on FTA engagement

Reminder – Marion Greene “Community Update” Feb. 2

Jody Strakosch

Shawn Smith

 

8:25 New Business All
8:30 Adjourn  

If you wish to be added to the list of Kenwood residents receiving future copies of Kenwood neighborhood news orif you want to be removed from this list, please reply to this note at KIAA55405@gmail.com  and provide your name, email address, phone number, and home address.

2016 KIAA MEMBERSHIP

Renewing Member          New Member

Name                                                                                                                                                 

 

Address

Phone

Email

You do not have to contribute to be a member. Contributions are welcome however. If you wish to contribute, please send your tax-deductible check to: KIAA, P.O. Box 3660, Minneapolis, MN 55403.

 

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Kenwood Neighborhood News Update

Kenwood Isles Area Association

Monthly Board of Directors Meeting

February 1, 2016

7:00 – 8:30

 

7:00 Welcome

Approval of the Agenda

Jeanette Colby
7:05 Council Member Lisa Goodman – Updates, and discussion of name for proposed SWLRT station Lisa Goodman
7:20 MPRB Chief Ohotto – Recommendations for 2016 East Cedar Beach funding Jason Ohotto
7:30 Financial Report Ed Pluimer
7:35 Thrill Kenwood Video

Rock Kenwood – Dance Party Feb. 27th

Amanda Vallone
7:40 East Cedar Beach Committee report Matt Spies

Amanda Vallone

8:00 SWLRT

Updates from the Community Advisory Committee

Responses from legislators

Discussion/vote on FTA engagement

Reminder – Marion Greene “Community Update” Feb. 2

Jody Strakosch

Shawn Smith

 

8:25 New Business All
8:30 Adjourn  
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Kenwood News January 23, 2016

In July, 2013, KIAA advanced a position statement opposing “co-location” of freight rail and SWLRT.  We continue to maintain that position, as this routing decision adds enormously to project costs without evidence that it can preserve the environment, protect quality of life, and create a safe and equitable mode of transit.

Since then, the KIAA board and other Kenwood residents have engaged with planners through public processes such as environmental review, Section 106 historical review, and the Community Advisory Committee.  In this spirit, we pass along the information below.

SWLRT Community Update

On Tuesday, February 2, Hennepin County Commissioner Marion Greene will host a community update on SWLRT, “to discuss project goals and opportunities for community input in 2016.”  SWLRT Project Office staff will be joined by staff from the City of Minneapolis and Hennepin County. Please come with your questions and concerns. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1917 Logan Avenue South, February 2nd 6:00 to 7:00 PM

 Proposed SWLRT Station Names

It seems like putting the cart before the horse, but the Met Council is considering different names for the proposed 21st Street station and the proposed Penn Ave station.  For Penn, they’re proposing “Bryn Mawr station.”  For 21st Street, they are proposing “Kenwood station” or “Cedar Lake station.”  If you would like to weigh in or propose a different name, please contact any KIAA Board member or KIAA at your earliest convenience.

KIAA Chair Jeanette Colby: jmcolby@earthlink.net; KIAA55405@gmail.com

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Kenwood Neighborhood News Update October 17, 2015

NEXT SATURDAY IS THRILL KENWOOD!

Thrill Kenwood takes place this coming weekend, next Saturday, October 24, from 3-6pm with the Thriller dance at 5pm.  

Back for a 7th year, Thrill Kenwood will kick off your Halloween week, giving lakes area residents young and old the chance to participate in the world-wide simultaneous dance of Michael Jackson’s Thriller right in the heart of downtown Kenwood. This year the event partners up with Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Center for a fun family Halloween Block Party with lots of hands-on activities and spooky surprises.

Sponsored by beARTrageous, with support from the Kenwood Isles Area Association, and the Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association and local businesses, Thrill Kenwood is the ultimate Halloween-Style Block Party. Put on your best Halloween costume, zombies preferred, and join friends and neighbors for an afternoon of fun.

Proceeds will benefit local non-profit, The Bridge for Youth, an emergency shelter for 10-17 year old youth.

Activities include hands on halloween fun, a Creation Station and Zombie Make Over Station hosted by ARTrageous, The Big Epic Show, cookies & hot cider brought to you by The Kenwood Restaurant, and Spooky storytelling hosted by Birchbark Books. You may also catch a glimpse of some amazing performing strollers to entertain you on the corner of Penn & 21st.

The highlight of the festival is a flash mob dance performance performed on the Kenwood School playground. Need to learn the dance steps? Kenwood Rec Center is offering three different opportunities. Bring your friends and family to free classes at Kenwood Rec Center on Tuesday, October 20th from 6:30-8pm and Friday, October 23 from 7-8:30pm.

 

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 31st  Hennepin Lake Community Wine Tasting Fund Raiser

Wednesday October 28, 2015 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

$25.00 advance / $35.00 at the door

Join your neighbors at the 31st Hennepin-Lake Community Wine Tasting fundraiser on Wednesday, October 28th at Calhoun Square! Guests will be able to sample over 400 varieties of wines along with light appetizers by renowned Chef Todd McDonald of Parella Restaurant.

All proceeds benefit neighborhood organizations in the Uptown area. Tickets are $25 in advance, and sales by KIAA will go to positive programming initiatives at East Cedar Beach.  We helped make real change at the beach this year — let’s keep the momentum going!   Contact Jeanette Colby at jmcolby@earthlink.net to purchase tickets.

Many thanks to generous sponsors Parella, Calhoun Square, Great Clips, and Hennepin Lake Liquor.

2015 KIAA MEMBERSHIP

Renewing Member      New Member

Name                                                                                                                                                 

Address

Phone E-mail

You do not have to contribute to be a member. Contributions are welcome however. If you wish to contribute, please send your tax-deductible check to: KIAA, P.O. Box 3660, Minneapolis, MN 55403.

Are You Interested in Joining the KIAA Board?  Or a Committee?     NRP     Communications Crime and Safety                           Zoning            LRT

Questions to kiaa55405@gmail.com

 

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Kenwood Neighborhood News Update September 24, 2015

31st  Hennepin Lake Community Wine Tasting Fund Raiser

Wednesday October 28, 2015 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

$25.00 advance / $35.00 at the door

Join your neighbors at the 31st Hennepin-Lake Community Wine Tasting fundraiser on Wednesday, October 28th at Calhoun Square! Guests will be able to sample over 400 varieties of wines along with light appetizers by renowned Chef Todd McDonald of Parella Restaurant.

 All proceeds benefit neighborhood organizations in the Uptown area. Tickets are $25 in advance, and sales by KIAA will go to positive programming initiatives at East Cedar Beach.  We helped make real change at the beach this year — let’s keep the momentum going!   Contact Jeanette Colby at jmcolby@earthlink.net to purchase tickets.

Many thanks to generous sponsors Parella, Calhoun Square, Great Clips, and Hennepin Lake Liquor.

SEEKING ATHLETIC SHOES

In child and adult sizes!

In ANY condition!

Kenwood Elementary School

Shoe Drive Fundraiser

Donate your used athletic shoes (shoe laces tied together)

Collection bins Located at:  Kenwood School lobby and Rec Center lobby

Ending:  Friday, September 25th

Shoes are sent to developing nations, used for disaster relief or recycled for playground materials depending on shoe condition.  We will raise funds for our school based on how many we collect!

See Worldsoles.com or Chris@worldsoles.com for more information.

Our goal:  50 bags of shoes (one bag = approx 25 adult shoes).  Soccer cleats, hiking/work boots also accepted.  Sorry, no sandals, pumps, dress shoes.

School fundraiser:  angie_sandeep@yahoo.com

Students can track the shoes and learn about the need for athletic shoes all over the world.

Kenwood Elementary School

2013 Penn Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55405 (612) 668-2760

 

MPRB TO HOST CLOSING THE GAP: INSIDER INSIGHTS FOR PARK FUNDING

September 29 public forum on funding neighborhood parks is co-sponsored by City Park Alliance and the McKnight Foundation.

Minneapolis’ neighborhood parks are at a critical juncture. Funding reductions have left a multi-million dollar gap in the resources needed to program, operate, repair, and improve these highly used and aging neighborhood parks. Park systems across the country are facing similar issues. But older park systems with aging structures and features, like Minneapolis, may have the most difficult challenge of all.

On Tuesday, September 29 from 6–8:30 pm, join the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board at a public forum to hear how cities with valued park systems have tackled this funding challenge. Panel members include:

·      Thatcher Bailey, Executive Director, Seattle Parks Foundation

·       Joe Wynns, Former Director, Indianapolis Parks and Recreation

·       Warren Jimenez, Assistant Director of Portland Parks and Recreation

·       Liam Kavanaugh, First Deputy Commissioner at New York City Parks and Recreation

Architecture critic Linda Mack will serve as moderator.

Closing the Gap: Insider Insights for Park Funding will be held at the Walker Art Center, 1750 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis. The event is co-sponsored by City Parks Alliance and The McKnight Foundation.

The forum is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required as space is limited. Attendees should register by noon, September 28 by emailing name and number attending to closingthegap@minneapolisparks.org or calling 612-313-7789.

Over this summer, the Minneapolis Park Board has led dozens of meetings throughout Minneapolis to inform citizens of the state of neighborhood parks. Staff and leadership has also been gathering feedback on what Minneapolis residents want in parks over the next 25 to 30 years through the RecQuest and Service Area Master planning process. Minneapolis citizens are encouraged to share their thoughts and opinions by completing an online survey located at www.surveymonkey.com/r/ourparks. The survey is open through September 30.

For more information about Closing the Gap: Investing in Our Neighborhood Parks, visit www.minneapolisparks.org/closingthegap. To sign up to receive email updates about Closing the Gap, RecQuest or Service Area Master Plans, visit www.minneapolisparks.org/subscribe.

Contact Robin Smothers, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Phone: 612-230-6410

2015 MINNEAPOLIS ENERGY FAIR

Learn how to save money and help the environment at the inaugural Minneapolis Energy Fair sponsored by NRG Energy. This family friendly event will feature a variety of presenters highlighting ways to make your home energy efficient with the opportunity to learn more about solar options for your home.

Xcel Energy, CenterPoint Energy, Center for Energy and Environment, and Clean Energy Resource Team representatives will be on site to answer questions and provide information on signing up for money saving programs.

·         Kid’s activities

·         Xcel Energy sponsored free LED lightbulbs

·         Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy sponsored free Home Energy Squad Visits

·         Grand prize giveaway

·         Complimentary continental breakfast

When: Saturday, October 10, 2015 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (CDT)

 Where: Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Questions? Contact Michael Rainville, 612-767-8074.   For more information:

Meet Minneapolis invite: http://goo.gl/KUA1F0

CEE EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-minneapolis-energy-fair-tickets-18611378133

CEE webpage: http://www.mncee.org/cmsctx/pv/cms_admin/culture/en-US/wg/4477e897-794b-4e93-9bb6-7b72b450ffa4/h/76b325ce954f129fcdf90c4be6c0f5ec07f58818f216d53c27b72cd4b805a51c/-/cms/getdoc/e7a45e68-06b3-425f-b8b6-d7f174756c47/pv.aspx

 

 

WEST LAKE MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY: COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2 OCTOBER 7TH

The City of Minneapolis is leading an area-wide multimodal transportation study for the West Lake LRT Station area. You are invited to a workshop to help review proposed changes to the area around the planned West Lake LRT Station.

The format will be casual and attendees may come and go as they please. There will be information about the project as well as opportunities to provide feedback on the study results thus far.

The goal of the study is to provide recommendations to address pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and motorized travel within the West Lake Station area, which may become projects that can be implemented as a part of the construction of the Southwest LRT or other future investments in the area.

The City of Minneapolis has been working on this study with Met Council, Hennepin County, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, and the City of St Louis Park. The study emphasizes bicycle and pedestrian needs, challenges, and opportunities in the vicinity of the West Lake Station. This workshop is an opportunity for all people in the area to contribute to the study and help shape the way people get around the West Lake area.

Please stop by between 5pm-7pm on October 7th. The workshop will be held in the Centrum room of the Jones-Harrison Residence, 3700 Cedar Lake Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55416

Please feel free to contact me with questions or to provide comments if you are unable to attend the workshop. You may reach me by telephone at (612) 673-3638 or via email at nathan.koster@minneapolismn.gov. Information regarding the project is also available on the City of Minneapolis website at the following address: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/cip/all/WCMS1P-138480.

Nathan Koster, AICP, Project Manager, 309 2nd Avenue S – Rm 300, Minneapolis, MN 55401

 

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 2015 KIAA MEMBERSHIP

Renewing Member        New Member

Name                                                                                                                                                 

Address

Phone E-mail

You do not have to contribute to be a member. Contributions are welcome however. If you wish to contribute, please send your tax-deductible check to: KIAA, P.O. Box 3660, Minneapolis, MN 55403.

Are You Interested in Joining the KIAA Board?  Or a Committee?           NRP     Communications Crime and Safety                                     Zoning            LRT

Questions to kiaa55405@gmail.com

 

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Kenwood News and Update

Kenwood Neighbors,

The following is a news and meetings update for Kenwood Isles residents.  Feel free to forward this to your neighbors.

On behalf of the KIAA Board of Directors, by Jean Deatrick

Kenwood Neighborhood News Update September 13, 2015

 Kenwood Isles Area Association Monthly Board of Directors Meeting September 14, 2015

7:00 – 8:30

 7:00          Welcome         Approval of the Agenda                                                 Jeanette Colby

7:05          Update               Uptown Neighborhoods Working Group                  Josine Peters

7:10          Update               Kenwood Rain Gardens Project                                  Angie Erdrich

7:15        Update                Overview of proposed changes to bylaws and articles Ed Pluimer

7:20       Update               Financial Report Brief overview of committed/past spending Ed Pluimer

7:30          Discussion        Kenwood Rec Center – equipment needs                   Marc Holtey

 7:40          Update                  Hidden Beach Update

  • § Report from Chief Ohotto
  • § Permit Parking Discussion on Next Door
  • § Upcoming committee meeting

Matt Spies

MPRB Police Chief Jason Ohotto

7:55          Update                  beARTrageous

  • § Possible 2016 Hidden Beach activities
  • § Thrill Kenwood 2015

Amada Vallone

8:00          Presentation      MPRB Ice Rink Warming Huts Project       Cliff Swenson, MPRB

8:10          Update, Discussion SWLRT

  • § City Council Meeting September 15
  • § Meeting with HC Commissioner Marion Greene – regular or special KIAA meeting?

Jeanette Colby Shawn Smith

8:20          Discussion        New Business: Hennepin Lake Community Wine

Tasting Fundraiser, October 28, 6-9 p.m.

Jeanette Colby

8:25                              Other New Business

8:30                              Adjourn

 

Kenwood Neighborhood News Update August 26, 2015

Kenwood Neighbors,

The following is a news and meetings update for Kenwood Isles residents.  Feel free to forward this to your neighbors.

On behalf of the KIAA Board of Directors, by Jean Deatrick

For those not on the Hidden Beach committee list — good news!  See below.

Hello Everyone:

It’s hard to believe that school is back in session!  I thought this would be a good opportunity to provide a quick update, from the Park Police perspective, on East Cedar Beach.

From May 1, 2014 to August 25, 2014, there were 113 police reports written at East Cedar Beach.  During the same time frame this year, 56 reports have been written.  That is slightly more than a 50% reduction!  Using KIAA funds, Park Police have, so far, deployed about 100 extra hours of police patrols at the beach this summer.  In addition, we continue to schedule on-duty park patrol agents between 3pm – 11pm daily.

As the school year begins, it’s important to stay vigilant.  Kids will reconnect with friends and there will likely be some weekend parties.  Please call 911 at the first signs of any late night activity.

Finally, thanks to you all for your commitment and partnership in making East Cedar Beach a more welcoming place.  Positive activities make all the difference.

Warm regards,

Chief Jason Ohotto

MINNEAPOLIS PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT

Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board

2117 West River Road N | Minneapolis, MN 55411 | 612-230-6564 |johotto@minneapolisparks.org

 

Notice of Public Hearing – Thursday, August  27 at 6 p.m.

The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners and the Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority, together with the Metropolitan Council, will hold a joint public hearing about the Southwest light rail transit (Green Line Extension) project at the Minneapolis Central Library in downtown Minneapolis.

The purpose of the hearing is to receive comments on the physical design component of the revised Southwest LRT preliminary design plans. All interested persons are encouraged to attend and offer comments.

Details

Thursday, August 27, 2015
Hearing at 6 p.m., with an open house at 5 p.m.
Minneapolis Central Library, Pohlad Hall (2nd floor)
300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Map

Get more information on this joint hearing, as well as upcoming hearings for cities along the proposed Southwest LRT route (Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Hopkins, St. Louis Park and Minneapolis) on the Metropolitan Council’s public hearings page.

Get more information on the municipal consent process and other ways to provide your comments

 

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Kenwood News: Resolution

Approved January 5, 2015; posted July 28, 2015

Resolution to Recommend Review of Metropolitan Council’s Policy Regarding Project Administration and Accountability to Property Owners

Whereas, It has come to the attention of the Kenwood Isles Area Association (KIAA) that a number of homeowners in the Cedar-Isles-Dean neighborhood apparently suffered damage to their properties as a result of the Metropolitan Council’s Cedar-Lakes Sewer Improvement Project (MCES Project No. 804122), and

WHEREAS, Neither the Metropolitan Council’s contractor nor the Metropolitan Council Environmental Services have taken responsibility or satisfactorily addressed CIDNA homeowners’ documented property damage claims, and

Whereas, This lack of accountability leads to legitimate concerns about this and all other projects the Metropolitan Council administers, especially the construction and operation of the proposed Southwest Light Rail Transit (SWLRT), and

Whereas, This dereliction of responsibility with regard to property damage will potentially affect all properties – public, park or private property alike – along the 16-mile proposed SWLRT route.

THEREFORe Be it resolved, That the KIAA Board of Directors urgently requests that the Metropolitan Council review its policies for resolving property damage disputes resulting from its construction projects and its role in administering projects;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That based on this review and before construction begins on the SWLRT, the KIAA Board of Directors urges the Metropolitan Council to put clear and reasonable processes in place to resolve damage disputes and fairly compensate property owners who experience damage as a result of Metropolitan Council projects.

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Kenwood Neighbors,

The following is a news and meetings update for Kenwood Isles residents.  Feel free to forward this to your neighbors.

On behalf of the KIAA Board of Directors, by Jean Deatrick

Kenwood Neighborhood News Update July 6, 2015

Kenwood Isles Area Association Board Meeting July 6 at 7 p.m.

All residents are welcome at the KIAA Board Meeting at the Kenwood Recreation Center.  The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and adjourn at 8:30 p.m.

 

KIAA Board Meeting Agenda

July 6, 2015

 

7:00    Welcome       Nomination of Matt Spies to KIAA Board             Jeanette Colby

 

7:05    Update           City of Minneapolis                                                             Lisa Goodman

 

7:20    Update           Financial Report                                                      Ed Pluimer

 

7:25    Update           CPP Report                                                               Mike Bono

 

7:30    Discussion    Dinkytown Historic Commercial Preservation                Jeanette Colby

7:35    Update           Uptown Neighborhoods Working Group             Josine Peters

 

7:40    Update           Kenwood Raingardens Project                             Angie Erdrich

 

7:45    Update           Hidden Beach                                                          Matt Spies

 

8:00    Discussion    SWLRT Supplmentary Draft Environmental       Shawn Smith

Impact Statement Response

 

8:30    Adjourn

 

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 Open Swims at Cedar Lake!

Here is the Registration Link:
http://www.active.com/minneapolis-mn/water-sports/swimming/cedar-lake-swims-2015

The YWCA is bringing open water swimming to Cedar Lake this summer! Join us every Wednesday this summer and enjoy swimming in the beautiful Cedar Lake. The Open Water Swim at Cedar Lake starts July 8 between 5-7 pm and will run all summer long.

This is open to YWCA members and nonmembers. Register and sign a waiver online ahead of time.  Cost is $30 for the whole season. Swims begin and end at Cedar Lake East Beach (Hidden Beach). We will staff a lifeguard on shore, where you will check in and be issued required caps to identify you as part of our group.  No one will be allowed in the water before 5pm and all swimmers must be back on the beach by 7pm.  Note: This is for experienced swimmers with confidence swimming in open water. Not suitable for beginner swimmers.  Email kparker@ywcampls.org for more info.

 

 

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First phase residents: sign up for organics recycling by July 10 to get your new cart in August

More than 29,500 households have already signed up

Minneapolis Solid Waste and Recycling customers who live in the first-phase rollout areas can still sign up by July 10 to get green carts during the August rollout. (For future deliveries, people can sign up any time.)

More than 29,500 households have already signed up

 

Here are five good reasons for people to sign up:

  1. To reduce waste. More than a third of our trash is organic material that can be composted. Most families can divert up to 10 pounds of materials to organics recycling each week.
  2. To help create more compost. Things like meat, bones, dairy products and compostable plastics can’t go in a backyard composting bin, but they can be collected through organics recycling and turned into compost.
  3. To save money. Once you start producing less trash, you may be able to switch to a smaller garbage cart, which will cut $3 off your monthly bill.
  4. To be a part of the sustainability trend. More than 29,500 households have already signed up to participate.
  5. To help improve soil quality. Using compost returns nutrients to the soil, reduces erosion, and reduces the needs for watering and for chemical fertilizers.

 

Minneapolis recycling customers can learn more about organics recycling at minneapolismn.gov/organics.

Any Minneapolis Solid Waste and Recycling customer can request a cart by emailing swrcustomer@minneapolismn.gov – make sure to include your address – or call 612-673-2917.

Minneapolis residents, you can recycle organics. Find out how to sign up and keep more things out of your trash. Contact: Casper Hill, 612-673-2342

 

 If you wish to be added to the list of Kenwood residents receiving future copies of Kenwood neighborhood news or if you want to be removed from this list, please contact me at KIAA55405@gmail.com or just reply to this note.  Please provide your name, email address, phone number, and home address

 

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Kenwood News

Kenwood Neighbors,

The following is a news update for Kenwood Isles residents.  Feel free to forward this to your neighbors.

Kenwood Event Update

Movie in Kenwood Park:  “We Bought a Zoo”! 

Saturday, June 27

Showtime: 15 minutes after sunset

FREE

Bring your family, friends, and neighbors!

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