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Petitioning Council Member Ward 1 Kevin Reich and 13 others

Approve the re-zoning needed for the proposed Seward Co-op Friendship Store


We seek your approval for the necessary re-zoning to help this proposal become a reality!   Please note that the change in zoning will only be applied to the properties the Seward Co-op purchases for the store site. No other adjacent homes or properties will be "up-zoned" as part of this process. Please also note that community participation with the "38th & Chicago Small Area/Corridor Framework Plan” had recommended up-zoning of the primary Greater Friendship site long before the Seward Co-op Friendship Store had been proposed. This re-zoning helps to complete that picture.   This online petition, including your support and signature, will be shared with the Minneapolis City Council as well the Planning Commission. They will weigh your input as they consider this essential step in making the Seward Co-op Friendship Store a reality.   ***Please indicate your address and sign ONLY if you live within the city limits of Minneapolis***

This petition was delivered to:
  • Council Member Ward 1
    Kevin Reich
  • Council Member Ward 13
    Linea Palmisano
  • Council Member Ward 12
    Andrew Johnson
  • Council Member Ward 11
    John Quincy
  • Council Member Ward 10
    Lisa Bender
  • Council Member Ward 9
    Alondra Cano
  • Council Member Ward 8
    Elizabeth Glidden
  • Council Member Ward 7
    Lisa Goodman
  • Council Member Ward 6
    Abdi Warsame
  • Council Member Ward 5
    Blong Yang
  • Council Member Ward 4
    Barbara Johnson
  • Council Member Ward 3
    Jacob Frey
  • Council Member Ward 2
    Cam Gordon
  • Mayor
    Betsy Hodges

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