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2011 NCEC Neighborhood Election Process

This year, neighborhood districts 1, 3, 5 and 7 are up for re-election through the neighborhood election process. In addition, 1 Mayoral, 2 City Council and 1 Park Board position are up for re-appointment through the City’s appointment process.

The Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission (NCEC) is working to create a stronger relationship between the City and neighborhoods, and part of that work involves preparing for the upcoming neighborhood elections process for NCEC members. Right now, the NCEC Selection/Diversity Task Force is currently working on creating uniform selection procedures that will promote diversity on the commission.

Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission 2009 Members

Tony Anastasia City Council NCEC Members Map
Doron Clark District 4
David Crockett City Council
John Finlayson District 2
Bill Helgeson District 3
Mark Hinds District 6
Crystal Johnson Mayor
Melanie Majors District 7
Marcea Mariani District 8
Matt Massman District 1
Ed Newman City Council
Matt Perry Mayor
Karen Rosar District 5
Breanne Rothstein City Council
Jeff Strand City Council
Ami Thompson Park Board

Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission Election Outcomes

On June 25, a neighborhood meeting was held at the American Indian OIC to elect NCEC neighborhood representatives in Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7.

Congratulations to the 4 NCEC neighborhood representative members and thank you candidates for your interest in serving as a neighborhood organization representative on the City’s Neighborhood and Community Engagement (NCEC)!

June 25 Forum/Election Outcomes:

District First Name Last Name
1 Latrell Beamon
3 Kenneth Brown
5 Christopher Hoffer
7 Carol Pass

The newly elected commissioners will begin their terms at the July 26 th NCEC meeting.

Voter Guides for Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7

Click on the appropriate link to learn more about the candidates in your district! (To find your district check the District list or District map.)

District 1, District 3, District 5, District 7

Complete list of candidates

2011 NCEC Neighborhood Elections Process

View the details for the 2011 NCEC neighborhood elections process.

2011 Neighborhood Elections for districts 1,3,5 and 7 will be held on Saturday, June 25 th

City-Wide Election for Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7
Saturday, June 25, 2011
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
American Indian OIC
1845 East Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN

2011 Timeline

Mon, April 18 Opening date for Neighborhoods to appoint Electors
Fri, April 22 Opening date for applications for Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7
Fri, May 20 Closing date for applications for NCEC
Mon, May 23 Voter Guide online and mailed to Neighborhoods
Wed, June 22 Deadline for notifying NCR of neighborhood electors and alternates
Sat, June 25 Commission Elections
Mon, June 27 Announce Winners
Mon, July 11 Training for new Commissioners
Tue, July 26 NCEC Meeting

2011 City-wide Meeting Outcomes

The April 16, 2011 meeting at Windom Park Community Center was attended by 51 neighborhood representatives, 11 alternates, and 12 guests. The outcomes are provided below in three documents:

If you have any questions or comments regarding the documents please contact Robert Thompson at (612) 673-2523 or Carrie Day Aspinwall at (612) 673-2242.

Selection-Diversity Task Force

The Selection/Diversity Task Force continues to meet regularly. View the Status and Approved Plan (pdf) presented at the Feb. 22, 2011 NCEC meeting. Included in this report is a preliminary timeline and list of activities leading up to the seating of new commission members this coming July.

See the charge of the Selection/Diversity Task Force (doc).

View the member roster of the Selection/Diversity Task Force (xls) for contact information.

The Selection/Diversity Task Force proposed plan will go to the full NCEC commission for approval. For meeting information for the next Selection/Diversity Task force, see NCEC meetings.

Last updated Apr 17, 2012



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