Fourplexes will sink too

BY DEANNA BOSS It’s election season but it’s not candidate yard signs dotting the streets of Minneapolis—it’s signs advocating for certain positions on issues. The “Save Hiawatha Golf Course” are most popular in my neighborhood, but now I’m seeing the red and white “No Bulldozers” taking a stand against the…

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Grassroots will solve our water problem

BY DEANNA BOSS Maybe based on 5th District Commissioner Steffanie Musich’s suggestion you might think I’m referring to planting more native grasses to combat the flooding at Lake Nokomis. I’m not. I’m talking about the grassroots efforts led by neighbors Joan Soholt (Lake Nokomis) and Jerry Mullin (Lake Hiawatha) that…

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Still hoping for relief

BY DEANNA BOSS I have the unique blessing of being optimistic. Sometimes it’s hard to fight the negative, but I tend to look at the bright side of things and assume the best. It’s getting harder to do that when I look at the water situation in Minneapolis. When I…

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