The road reconstruction of South 4th is in full swing in Cedar Riverside/West Bank. Once this is done, the South 6th St and 15th Avenue South will be next. Residents and business owners in the West Bank are encouraged to contact Chris Engelmann, the Project Engineer for any questions relating to the reconstruction project or road closures. Chris will be available in person.
Where: Job Shack (Trailer behind Red Sea)
For more information contact Chris by phone 612-673-3274
Effective Monday, June 23rd, South 4th Street will be closed due to construction. The City of Minneapolis Public Works Department will be doing some reconstruction project which consists of full removal of existing street surface, subgrade correction, aggregate base, paving, curb and gutter, signage and drive entrance reconstruction. Sidewalks, streetscape elements. All traffic to 4th street is diverted to South 6th Street and 15th Ave South until further notice.
You're invited to attend the METRO Green Line grand opening on Saturday, June 14th! Nine stations along the METRO Green Line will host opening ceremonies and celebration events throughout the day. The official ribbon cutting ceremony will take place outside the St. Paul Union Depot, immediately in front of the Union Depot Station platform.
All Metro Transit services will be free of charge June 14th and June 15th.
The Sanneh Foundation, one of our community partners is hosting their 1st FREE Sanneh Summer camp next week and I wanted to make sure you were aware of the opportunity. The camp will be held Mon - Fri 6/9-6/13 at Currie Park from 9-11:30am. Contact # for registration is 651.230.6400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the link to foundation website and camp pages.
Teen Teamworks is a summer employment and educational program for youth ages 14-18, and ages 19-24 (new in 2012). Through Teen Teamworks, youth receive supervised on-the-job training performing basic grounds maintenance in MPRB parks (removing trash, raking sand lots, pulling weeds, spreading wood chips, edging paths and other routine or special maintenance tasks). Youth earn a bi-weekly paycheck; build work readiness competencies and 21st Century skills.
Certified teachers teach weekly STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) based educational and life skill sessions. Teen Teamwork participants are eligible to retake the Minnesota Basic Skills Test and may earn high school recovery credit for successfully completing the program.