Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board announces a variety of neighborhood options.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Are you ready to pop the question?
If you’re looking for a memorable, romantic place to propose marriage, you might want to consider one of these Twin Cities west metro destinations. SHARE: Do you have a suggestion for a romantic place for a marriage proposal? How did your significant other propose to you? Share your stories and suggestions in comments!
Monday, January 14, 2013
From bandshells to boats to parks, check out the Patch Picks for outdoor wedding venues.
Are you planning an upcoming wedding? Check out a few suggestions from Patch of outdoor venues in the west metro. Parks Amphitheaters Clubs On the lake SHARE: Do you have a suggestion for a great outdoor wedding venue in the Twin Cities? Have a comment about the venues picked above? Share it in comments or upload a picture!
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
As Minneapolitans face yet another property tax increase, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is putting out a flier arguing that the board isn't to blame.
It's likely that Minneapolis homeowners will see an additional 6.5 percent property tax levy this year. But the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board wants you to know it's not their fault. The board's communications arm sent fliers to park board employees, parks and recreation centers across the city on Monday. The fliers detail how each dollar of property tax is divvied up by local government. It turns out the park board will only claim seven cents of each dollar of property taxes assessed in 2011, two cents less than it did in 2003. It also details 14 management positions that were eliminated for 2011, as well as the fact that a staggering 20 percent of the park board's entire workforce has been eliminated since 2003. Is the flier the …