The website for the City of Minneapolis contains some very interesting Information Architecture decisions. The generally repetitive and scattered nature of the site can only leave one to imagine what the wireframe of that site looks like.
Organization could be improved in many ways. I would first change it to a two column to reduce clutter and eliminate the style of the current news feed. I would also eliminate the repeating tool bars. They contain identical information and are just redundant and confusing. I would like to model my organization after the City of Chicago's site. I feel it is much more usable and effective.
The layer is also intersting. Some of the links take you to completely different sites unrelated to the actual City of Minneapolis site. This makes it much more confusing because your toolbar changes and is different for each site and you cannot always access the information you want to.