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Pedestrian Advisory Committee

 

The mission of the Pedestrian Advisory Committee is to advise the Mayor and City Council on policies, programs, and actions for improving pedestrian safety, mobility, accessibility, and comfort; for promoting walking for transportation recreation, and health purposes; and for strengthening the linkage between the pedestrian environment and public transportation.

Committee Staff - Matthew Dyrdahl, 612-673-3642, [email protected] or Millicent Flowers, 612-673-3310, [email protected] 

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Message from the Minneapolis Clerk's Office:

 
This is to inform you that the we are CANCELLING all meetings of non-essential boards and commissions through at least Friday, April 17, 2020.
 
By “non-essential” I mean those boards, commissions, committees, working groups, task forces, etc., that are: (1) not required under state law or City Charter and therefore are created by and operate at the discretion of the City Council and (2) are comprised primarily of external individuals appointed by the Mayor and/or City Council (but which are not primarily composed of City policymakers or City staff).
 
The decision-making bodies which we are focused on supporting for continued public meetings—in some fashion—during this immediate emergency timeline include:
 
City Council (and its committees)
 
Executive Committee
 
Audit Committee
 
Planning Commission
 
Zoning Board of Appeals
 
Heritage Preservation Commission
 
Board of Estimate & Taxation
 
Charter Commission 
 
These decision-making bodies are required under state law and/or City Charter and have policy-making authority that impact the operations of the City enterprise. They are also subject to the MN Open Meeting Law, which allows for remote meetings provided certain requirements are satisfied. The Clerk’s Office, in conjunction with Communications and IT, are working very hard to put in place the technical infrastructure necessary to support these bodies as a top priority.
 
The Clerk’s Office has general oversight responsibilities for appointed boards and commissions. Given the local emergency declared by Mayor Frey, we, like many or most of you, are operating with a much-reduced on-site crew. We simply lack the capacity to provide direction, answers, technical support, and more to the daily calls we have been receiving over the past few days about meetings of appointed boards and commissions. As indicated, our immediate focus must be on supporting the operating requirements of the City Council (and other policy-making bodies listed above) so they can continue to function within the requirements of the law during the declared emergency. We are aiming to have the technical capacity to support remote meetings starting with the special emergency meeting of City Council that is scheduled for this Thursday, March 19, at 1:30 p.m.
 
 
While I know we all appreciate the work of our City’s appointed boards and commissions and the engagement opportunities that they provide, it is not possible for us to give them the support and attention they may require right now. Nor is it possible to provide the technical support for remote meetings for all of these individual bodies within the requirements of the MN Open Meeting Law. We will reconsider whether or not we can support remote meeting operations for non-essential appointed boards and commissions in the interim. For now, we will cancel all those meetings through at least Friday, April 17, 2020.
 
In those instances where important decisions are pending before appointed boards and commissions it is highly probable that there are alternate methods to address those matters, particularly given the declared state of emergency throughout the City. Those decisions can and should be elevated through department leadership on a case-by-case basis. 
 
Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we all move through this new and interesting landscape of “local emergency” together. 
 
 
Regards,
 
Casey Joe Carl
City Clerk
City of Minneapolis – Office of City Clerk
 
City Hall
350 South Fifth Street – Room 304
Minneapolis, MN 55415-1382
TEL: 612-673-2216
FAX: 612-673-3812
[email protected] 

 

 

Pedestrian Advisory Committee

Infrastructure & Engineering (I&E) Subcommittee

Programs & Policies (P&P) Subcommittee

 

*Please note that some dates may be different due to holidays. For exact meeting dates, please see the 2020 BAC/PAC Calendar.

 

Contact Matthew Dyrdahl at [email protected] if you would like to confirm meeting details.

 

Agendas, Minutes & Resolutions

 

2020 PAC Meeting Agendas and Minutes
MonthAgendasMinutesResolutions
JanuaryJan Agenda Jan Minutes 
FebruaryFeb Agenda Feb Minutes 
MarchMar Agenda Mar Minutes Tabled until Apr meeting 
AprilApr Agenda Apr Minutes  
MayMay Agenda May Minutes  
JuneJun Agenda Jun Minutes  
JulyJul Agenda  July Minutes 
August Aug AgendaAug Minutes  
SeptemberSep Agenda Sep Minutes  
OctoberOct Agenda Oct Minutes  
NovemberNov Agenda  Nov Minutes 
DecemberDec Agenda  Dec Minutes 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 PAC Meeting Agendas and Minutes
MonthAgendasMinutesResolutions
JanuaryJan AgendaJan Minutes
FebruaryFeb AgendaFeb MinutesWebber Parkway Reconstruction 
MarchMar AgendaMar Minutes
AprilApril AgendaApr Minutes
MayMay AgendaMay MinutesEdison Safe Routes to School Project 
JuneJune AgendaJune Minutes
JulyJuly AgendaJuly Minutes
AugustAug AgendaAug Minutes
SeptemberSep AgendaSep Minutes 3rd Ave Bridge
OctoberOct AgendaOct Minutes
NovemberNov AgendaNov MinutesTabled until the December meeting 
DecemberDec AgendaDec Minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 PAC Meeting Minutes 

Month

Agendas

Minutes

Resolutions

January  Jan 2018 Agenda Jan 2018 Minutes 
February Feb 2018 Agenda   Feb 2018 Minutes 
March Mar 2018 Agenda   Mar 2018 Minutes 
April  Apr 2018 Agenda  Apr  2018 Minutes  3rd Avenue Bridge over Mississippi River 
May May  2018 Agenda   May 2018 Minutes 
June Jun  2018 Agenda   Jun 2018 Minutes   10th Av SE Bridge Rehabilitation
July  Jul 2018 Agenda  Jul  2018 Minutes 
August Aug  2018 Agenda   Aug 2018 Minutes  * No resolutions were passed this month* 
September Sep  2018 Agenda   Sep 2018 Minutes  Portland Ave Corridor 
October Oct  2018 Agenda   Oct 2018 Minutes 
November Nov  2018 Agenda  Nov  2018 Minutes 
December Dec  2018 Agenda  Dec  2018 Minutes 

     
  

See previous Agendas, Minutes & Resolutions

 

 

 

 

Last updated Mar 18, 2020

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