NRP Beyond 2009: August 2008-March 2009
February 2009: On February 6, 2009 the Mayor and City Council appointed seven members to be a part of the new Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission. The new Commission is in the process of being formed to help shape how the City engages its residents and works with neighborhood and community organizations. As a step closer to getting the commission in place, the Mayor and City Council appointed seven members to join Ami Thompson who was appointed by the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board and the eight people to be appointed by Minneapolis neighborhoods. The seven appointments by the Mayor and City Council are detailed below.
|Tony Anastasia||1||Audubon Park||Council|
|Jeffrey Strand||4||Shingle Creek||Council|
|David Crockett||6||Stevens Sq/Loring Hgts||Council|
|Ed Newman||7||Loring Park||Council|
|Crystal Johnson||5||Near North||Mayoral|
|Matt Perry||13||East Harriet/Farmstead||Mayoral|
January 2009: We are pleased that there is such great interest in serving on this commission. We had 66 applicants for the City’s seven appointments. Serving on the NCEC is only one way to help in shaping how the City engages its residents and works with neighborhood and community organizations. Whether it is as a member of the NCEC this year or other ways to come we hope that the broader community will continue to offer insight and input to the City and neighborhoods, because it is through the input of our residents that helps us shape stronger programs and services.
Details about the public hearing and eight finalist candidates are below.
Minneapolis City Council, Committee of the Whole
Open to the public
Public Hearing: Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission candidate finalists
Thursday, January 22, 2009
City Hall - Room 317 (Council Chambers)
350 South 5th Street Minneapolis, MN 55415
The eight finalist candidates that have been forwarded to the Committee of the Whole for consideration are as follows.
|Tony Anastasia||1||Audubon Park|
|David Crockett||6||Stevens Sq/Loring Hgts|
|Crystal Johnson||5||Near North|
|Ed Newman||7||Loring Park|
|Matt Perry||13||East Harriet/Farmstead|
|Jeffrey Strand||4||Shingle Creek|
For more information about the eight finalist candidates, see Finalist Candidates (PDF)
December 2008: Minneapolis’ City Coordinator has named David Rubedor as the senior project manager for the City’s newly created Neighborhood and Community Relations Department. Rubedor will begin his role as a transition manager in January 2009, and will work with Minneapolis neighborhoods and City elected officials and staff to develop the City’s future neighborhood programming plans.
For additional information, see press release.
September 2008: On Sep. 26, 2008 the Minneapolis City Council and Mayor R.T. Rybak approved establishing a Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission and a Neighborhood and Community Relations Department. Together the new commission and City department will collaborate to support the ongoing work of the Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP), partner with neighborhoods to promote resident participation in City decision-making, and support the community engagement work of City departments.
Please visit the Related Council Actions tab for more information about the City Council and Committee actions related to community engagement and the continuation of NRP.
Updated May 5, 2009.
Last updated Jun 21, 2016