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The Mayor's "New Minneapolis"

R.T. Rybak, Mayor of Minneapolis, has strived for what he calls a "New Minneapolis" since he came to office in 2002. He wants to reweave urban fabric; he doesn't believe that the city should concentrate on housing, jobs, or transportation individually. It should be organic and every aspect of the city should be quality. So, how is Minneapolis doing so far? What changes have been made? What does the future look like? Will our city really be a "New Minneapolis?"

Sources:

Mayor R.T. Rybak - 612.673.2100
Barbara Johnson - 612.673.2204 (City Council President)
Betsey Hodges - 612.673.2213 (City Council Member)

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