Minneapolis has just released a 20 year draft comprehensive plan affecting all its public policies from health, transportation, parks, jobs land use and housing. State law requires all metro area cities to produce comprehensive plans every ten years in order to achieve orderly and coordinated growth. Citizens have an opportunity to read the plan and then give feedback to the planning department.

League of Women Voters Minneapolis has invited Jack Byers, Manager of Long Range Planning for the Minneapolis Comprehensive Plan to speak and answer questions at an added mid-month Civic Buzz. He will specifically be addressing the housing section of the plan.

View the video courtesy of The Uptake.

Read the LWVMpls feedback report (approved at the May 16, 2018 Board meeting).