Pop-Up Fitness Classes at Jackson Square Park, FREE
Tuesdays June 9-July 14th 6:30-7:30 & Thursday July 9-August 13th 9-10am
Pop-Up Fitness for 50+, Beginners or anyone who just wants to feel good! This class will meet outdoors at Jackson Square Park. We will meet as scheduled unless it's raining. Call 612-370-4927at Logan Park if you're unsure about that night's class. Bring a Yoga Mat since we'll be on the grass for most of the class. Join Mia Bremer, Advanced Health and Fitness Specialist, Personal Trainer and your Northeast neighbor, for an hour of feel-good movement that will strengthen, stretch and energize you. You will use your own body weight along with some exercise props and tools that Mia will supply to perform exercises inspired by many fitness modalities including yoga, Pilates, weight-training and cardio-enhancing moves. No prior experience necessary. This class is fun, relaxed and will inspire you to move more every day! This is a free class funded by the Holland Neighborhood Organization.
Tuesdays June 9-July 14th 6:30-7:30 & Thursday July 9-August 13th 9-10am at Jackson Square Park FREE
Low-Cost Home Energy Squad Visits for Holland Residents and Edison Families
Want to save money on your utility bills? Check out the low-cost Home Energy Squad Program visits for Holland residents and stakeholders! HNIA has bought down the price of a Home Energy Squad visit for residents and Holland Neighborhood stakeholders to only $30!
To schedule your visit contact Beth at 612-335-5874 and use code Holl13 to get your discount! Find more information at the CEE webpage.
Open Streets Northeast
Sunday, July 12th, 12pm – 6pm
Check out the third annual Open Streets Northeast event this July 12th and experience your neighborhood's streets in a new way! This year there is a new route that will loop through the Holland, Bottineau, and Sheridan neighborhoods. Like past years, there will be many fun activities and attractions on Central Avenue.
For more details on the event and how you can be involved, visit the official Open Streets website at: http://www.openstreetsmpls.org/northeast.
New Route for 2015
Low Interest Loans Available for Holland Neighborhood and Central Avenue Commercial Property Improvements
Holland Neighborhood loan program offers businesses up to $50,000 for improvements
Minneapolis, MN – The Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association (HNIA) is pleased to announce its new commercial lending program, the Holland Economic MainStreet Initiative (HEMI: An Engine for Change). HNIA is partnering with the Center For Energy and Environment (CEE) to provide low-interest loans, between $5,000 and $50,000, to commercial property owners for exterior and interior rehabilitation projects. HNIA aims to offer current and new commercial property owners along Central Avenue and in Holland the chance to contribute to the further revitalization of our community's commercial corridors.
Some key components of the HEMI Commercial Loan Program include:
- Revolving loans from $5,000 to $50,000 for commercial property owners;
- A fixed interest rate of 1.5%;
- 25-year amortized loan term with a 10-year balloon;
- Eligible projects can include capital improvements that improve a building's exterior appearance, safety conditions, energy efficiency, or infrastructure;
- Commercial properties located within the Holland Neighborhood or on Central Avenue between 27th Avenue NE and 18th Avenue NE are eligible to apply for funding.
“As we have seen through the efforts of committed commercial property owners, businesses like the Eastside Food Co-op, and organizations like the NorthEast Investment Cooperative, capital investment in just one or two buildings can completely transform a commercial corridor and spur a cycle of positive growth. HNIA, through HEMI, intends to further empower commercial property owners to continue this revitalization along Central Avenue, and begin promoting investment in Holland and along Lowry and University Avenues. We encourage property owners to apply!” said Adelheid Koski, President of the HNIA Board of Directors.
Click here to download the project proposal application form.
Interested property owners who want to learn more about the program and the application process can also contact the CEE Lending Center directly and speak with a program representative at:
Center for Energy and Environment Lending Center
212 3rd Avenue North, Suite 560
Minneapolis, MN 55401
The Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association (HNIA) is the official neighborhood organization dedicated to representing residents and stakeholders of the Holland neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis. Our mission is to serve as a forum for education and feedback on issues affecting the neighborhood, build community by creating connections among neighborhoods and stakeholders within our neighborhood, and acquire funding to provide direction for community based projects. www.hnia.org
About CEE: The Center for Energy and Environment provides practical, innovative, clean energy solutions for homeowners, businesses, nonprofits and government, advancing the public interest in cleaner energy and a healthier economy. For more information about CEE visit mncee.org
Eastside Rail Safety Forum
Thursday, June 18th
Council Members Kevin Reich (Ward 1), Cam Gordon and Jacob Frey will host a rail safety forum on Thursday, June 18th. Don't miss this opportunity to take part in this important public dialogue.
Below is an official invitation from CM Reich:
I and my colleagues Council Members Cam Gordon and Jacob Frey are hosting an Eastside Minneapolis Rail Safety Forum 6:30 – 8 p.m., Thursday, June 18, at East Side Neighborhood Services, 1700 2ndStreet NE. Panelists will include Congressman Keith Ellison, Rep. Frank Hornstein, Sen. Kari Dziedzic, Fire Chief John Fruetel, Grant Hosmer from City of Minneapolis Emergency Management and representatives from BNSF, CP Rail and MN DOT.
Rail safety and operations are of keen interest to Eastside Minneapolis residents, given the increasing frequency of rail traffic through Minneapolis neighborhoods. This forum and public discussion will allow the community to learn more about strategies in place to ensure public safety, as well as an opportunity to share questions and concerns with local, state and federal jurisdictions and railroad representatives.
This forum is co-hosted by the Shoreham Area Advisory Committee (SAAC), which is composed of representatives from CP Rail and the City of Minneapolis as well as community members and representatives from neighborhood organizations to maintain a forum for communication and community outreach regarding the Shoreham Yards area.
Renters Rights and Responsibilities Forum
May 30th, from 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Holland Neighborhood Annual Meeting
Thursday, May 14th at 7pm
Please join us for the Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association's Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 14th at 7pm at the Firefighters Hall & Museum. Our agenda will include:
Board Elections – 5 of our 9 Directors' seats are up for election. If you are interested in Board service, and would like to know more about current HNIA initiatives and what Board service entails, please contact current Board President Adelheid Koski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funds Transfer Vote – Holland has been asked to contribute up to $110,000 to the Solar Canopy aspect of the 487-kW Edison Solar Project, to be located at the Edison Plaza. The Board authorized a community vote, to be held on May 14, 2015, presenting the following question and recommendation:
**Do you approve of HNIA transferring unobligated funds in the amount of $50,000 from the NRP Phase I Housing Loan Improvement Strategy (1.1.B.1) to the NRP Phase II Green Campus Strategy (4.1.1) in order to enter into contract with MPS and Xcel Energy for up to $110,000 to cover the cost of placemaking, aesthetic, and demonstration aspects and upgrades for the solar canopy proposed at the Edison Plaza. Because we believe this project strongly reflects the goals and vision laid out in both the Holland NRP Phase II Action Plan and the Holland Small Area Plan, as developed and approved by the community, the Board recommends approving this funds transfer.**
- Prior to the vote will be a full presentation of the Solar Canopy and Edison Plaza project and the Board's recommendation.
A Year in Review - We will celebrate some highlights from the past year's activities as well as look at what is on the horizon for the coming year. Don't miss it!
Start Your Ovens! The Revolution is Coming!
2015 Hotdish Revolution: Sunday, April 12th
Check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HotdishRevolution for more updates!
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Holland January General Meeting
Thursday, January 8th at 7pm
Join us this Thursday for the first Holland General Meeting of the new year. We will meet on Thursday, January 8th at 7:00 pm at the Firefighters Hall & Museum (664 22nd Ave NE). Our agenda will include:
- Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights Presentation – Staff from the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights are reaching out to neighborhoods in all parts of the city to inform about how they can serve residents.
- Upcoming Events:
MPAC Soup Supper/Future Tommie Night – Friday, January 23, 2015 – Edison High School. Soup made by local celebrities will be served from 5-7 pm ($10 adults/$5 students), and you can watch the Tommies BB squads take on the South Gallant Tigers (9th grade 4 pm, JV 5:30 pm, varsity 7 pm). Enjoy some warm soup and company, help us raise funds for our second MPAC project, and cheer on our Tommies!
ArtShare Auction Fundraiser this Thursday!
December 4th at 2522 Central Ave NE, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
HNIA invites you to take part in a fundraiser for ArtShare's new project, the Storefront Challenge. This is a super fun way to help raise funds for a community art initiative for Northeasters and by Northeasters. See the poster below for more info about the auction this Thursday!
The Storefront Challenge is a HNIA-sponsored project that will transform empty storefronts and other currently under-used spaces ~ primarily along the Central Avenue corridor ~ into vibrant, creative, and participatory spaces for short periods (1+ week at a time).
Holland Small Area Plan: 45-Day Public Comment Review Period is Under Way
It hardly seems that a year ago we were in the midst of talking and dreaming about the future of our neighborhood! The resulting draft of the Holland Small Area Plan was finalized and voted on by you last spring, and was submitted to City Planning for its formal review process and (hopefully) ultimate adoption by the City into its Comprehensive Plan.
The Holland Small Area Plan is now available for review for its required 45-day public comment period! The comment period will extend from Monday, November 10 until Wednesday, December 24, 2014.
The draft plan for public review is available on the City's website at: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/cped/projects/WCMS1P-118359. Paper copies are also available at City planning offices and the Northeast Library at 2200 Central Avenue NE.
Your written comments should be submitted by 4 pm December 24, 2014, directly to Haila Maze, the City Planner assigned to Holland at:
Haila Maze, AICP, Principal City Planner
Minneapolis Department of Community Planning & Economic Development Planning Division
105-5th Avenue South, Room 200
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Phone: (612) 673-2098; Fax: (612) 673-2728
All comments received during the public comment period will be included as part of the public record, and will be taken into consideration if and when the Holland Small Area Plan is modified before adoption.
As always, thank you for your past, present, and future participation in making Holland such a great neighborhood. Please contact Haila Maze or the Holland Neighborhood (at 612-781-2299) if you have any questions about the plan or the process.
HNIA Board of Directors
Hennepin County Child and Teen Checkups Program
Available for Holland youth!
Is your child healthy? Be sure of it! Don’t wait until a child is sick to see his/her doctor. Get a Child and Teen Checkups screening to stay healthy! Scheduling medical checkups every year and dental checkups twice a year is a great way to know your child is healthy and ready to learn! Children under the age of 2 years need more frequent screenings.
Child and Teen Checkups can help:
- Find a medical or dental clinic
- Schedule appointments
- Arrange transportation to clinic appointments
- Arrange interpreters for scheduled appointments
- Connect families with community services
Hennepin County Child and Teen Checkups is a program for anyone under the age of 21 and on Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare. Call us at 612-348-5131 if you have questions or need assistance.
More information at: http://www.hennepin.us/residents/health-medical/child-teen-checkups
Holland General Meeting
Thursday, Nov 13th from 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Join friends and neighbors for a light-hearted General Meeting full of updates on projects that have been brewing during 2014 – and stick around for a piece of pie (or cake, or a cookie) and social time. We hope to hear about the following:
Thursday, November 13th
Firefighters Hall and Museum (664 22nd Ave NE)
7:00 - 8:30 pm
October General Meeting Topics
- Jackson Square Park Artplace Grant Application – The Letter of Intent was submitted in late October, hear about next steps.
- How to Shop Local/Sustainable This Holiday Season – We are reaching out to local merchants for their tips and suggestions about how to approach gift giving in a way that reflects the “Think Globally, Act Locally” philosophy and supports our thriving commercial community.
- City of Minneapolis Proposed 2015 Budget – The Mayor's proposed 2015 budget shifts funding traditionally set aside for neighborhood organizations into other priorities. Come hear more and find out how to engage with City Hall to make your voice heard on this and other matters.
- 2015 Holland Events – Hotdish Revolution 2015 is already being planned! The Soup Supper and Future Tommie Night will be back! MPAC is gearing up for its second project! Edison's new athletic field and track will open! Solar is coming to Holland! Hear about and suggest events and activities you would like to see happening in and around Holland next year!
And don't forget the pie!
Email us at email@example.com or call 612-781-2299 with any questions. Don't forget to "like" us on Facebook to stay up to date on news and events around your neighborhood.
Volunteer Opportunity from Prepare + Prosper
“LOOKING FOR A DIFFERENT KIND OF VOLUNTEER GIG?
One where you can see the immediate financial impact of your time? We’ve got the opportunity for you! Prepare + Prosper (formerly AccountAbility Minnesota) offers free tax and financial services to low-income families, helping to build financial capability. We’re a local organization with national impact that relies on the talent of 550+ volunteers to make a difference. One of our tax clinics is located nearby in Holland and we’re looking for community members to join our volunteer team this upcoming tax season.
If you are passionate, skilled, and excited to help people move from financially “getting by” to “getting ahead”, we have a volunteer position for you! Visit our website,www.prepareandprosper.org, for more information or to sign up for a new volunteer orientation.”
Train Park Clean Up Day & Lily Vaughn Celebration Cookout!
Sunday, August 17, 2014, 10 am – 2 pm
Join us as we weed, mulch, and perform general repair and maintenance at the HNIA-sponsored Train Park/27th Avenue Tot Lot at 27th and Monroe. HNIA will provide some tools and gloves, grillables, beverages, and cupcakes. Please bring shovels, rakes, weeding tools, gloves, and a dish to share if you can.
How can you help beyond Sunday?
- HNIA is a volunteer board and we need your help to keep the Train Park/Tot Lot in good working order for the kids. We can't do it alone!
- Please “like” the HNIA Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/HollandNeighborhood for updates and ongoing Train Park/Tot Lot needs!
How can you RSVP?
- To help plan or RSVP, call the Holland office at 612-781-2299 or email Adelheid Koski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You can also view event details and RSVP on the Facebook event page found at Train Park/27th Avenue Tot Lot and Lily Vaughn Day Cookout!
Of course you can always just show up if you find yourself available last minute!
HNIA General Meeting
Thursday, August 14th, 7:00 pm
Join us on Thursday, August 14th for the monthly Holland General Meeting. We will meet at the Firefighters Hall & Museum (664 22nd Ave NE) from 7:00 - 8:30 pm.
• Central Avenue Clinic – Steve Knutson, the Executive Director of the Central Avenue Clinic, will share plans and listen to your feedback regarding design of the new building the Clinic hopes to occupy by mid-winter 2015. The Clinic will be moving from its present location at 26th and Central slightly south to 23rd and Central in order to be able to expand its offerings in our community.
• 607 22nd Ave NE Artists’ Lofts Redevelopment – Sam Scott, the new owner of 607 22nd Ave NE, will share his plans for renovation of the building into artist lofts and workspace.
• Primary Election Day – Tuesday, August 12, 7am-8pm – Don’t forget to vote! Most Holland residents vote at the Edison Gym at 22nd and Monroe. Click here to locate your polling place.
• 27th Avenue Train Park Tot Lot Clean Up, BBQ, and Lily Vaughn Day! Sunday, August 17, 10am – 2pm - Join your neighbors to help clean up the tot lot at 27th and Monroe. HNIA will provide tools, beverages, cupcakes, and grillables – bring your elbow grease and a side dish to share. To help plan this day, please email Adelheid Koski at email@example.com or call HNIA at 612.781.2299.
• 8th Annual All NE Community and School BBQ – Thursday, August 22, 2014, 3:30-7:30 pm, Edison High School. All are invited to this end-of-summer tradition! For further details and updates, visit www.facebook.com/NortheastBBQ/info. To volunteer, call HNIA at 612.781.2299.
Take the Lowry Ave Survey Today!
Hennepin County Asks for Community Input on
Lowry Avenue NE
As you may know, Hennepin County is conducting a planning study for Lowry Ave NE. They are asking for community input from Northeast residents regarding their priorities for improvements on the avenue. This plan particularly impacts Holland, as Lowry Ave bisects the neighborhood.
We encourage you to complete a survey about existing conditions and future opportunities in the Lowry Avenue Corridor in Northeast Minneapolis. The deadline to complete the survey is July 31st.
We also urge you to review the Holland neighborhood's own vision for the future of Lowry, as documented in the Holland Small Area Plan. You can view the section of the plan related to Lowry Ave here. This plan is the result of months of direct community engagement with Holland residents and stakeholders.
HNIA General Meeting
Thursday, July 10th at 7:00 pm
Join us this Thursday, July 10th at the Firefighters Hall and Museum (664 22nd Ave NE) from 7:00 - 8:30 pm for the monthly Holland General Meeting. Our agenda will include:
- Lowry Avenue Plan Update – Hennepin County will present an update, and hear your feedback, regarding the Lowry Avenue Planning Process.
- Home Energy Squad Enhanced Visit Presentation and Sign Up! CEE will be back to update us on the NE Green Light Project. Property-owning residents can sign up for Home Energy Squad Enhanced Visits at the bought-down price of $30 at the meeting or by calling CEE at 612-335-5874 (use code Holl13 to get your discount)! Click here for more info.
- 2nd Precinct Crime Update: Crime Prevention Specialist, Susan Webb, will provide a summer crime update for the Holland neighborhood and share tips on how we can continue improving safety in the neighborhood.
- Open Eye Driveway Theatre Puppet Show “The Amazing Cow Boat” – Monday, July 28, 2014, 7 pm, Jackson Square Park. Rain location, Eastside Food Co-op Granite Studio.
- Central Avenue Open Streets – Sunday, July 27, 2014, 10 am – 4 pm, Central Avenue from 26th Avenue to 18 ½ Avenue. Leave your cars at home in order to walk or bike down Central and explore all that the Avenue and the Northeast community have to offer.
- 8th Annual All NE Community and School BBQ – Thursday, August 22, 2014, 3:30-7:30 pm, Edison High School. All are invited to this end-of-summer tradition! More details, including how to volunteer, to follow.
- 27th Avenue Train Park Tot Lot Clean Up, BBQ, and Lily Vaughn Day! Planning has begun for this year's maintenance party, to happen in late summer or early fall. If you would like to help plan this day, please email Adelheid Koski at firstname.lastname@example.org or call HNIA at 612.781.2299.
Get Ready for the 8th Annual NE Community & School BBQ!
Check out more details by "liking" the event page on Facebook. Click here or search for 8th Annual Northeast Community & School Barbeque.
HOURCAR Expands to Northeast Minneapolis
HOURCAR, the Twin Cities local car sharing program, announces the coming completion of a significant fleet expansion. The expansion, begun in June 2013, increases the number of vehicles in HOURCAR’s fleet to 73 and significantly expands the number of neighborhoods served. New locations will open June 20, 2014. With this growth, HOURCAR brings round-trip car sharing to Northeast Minneapolis, a neighborhood that has expressed considerable interest in car sharing. Complementing the existing Sheridan HOURCAR hub will be two new hubs, one at the Eastside Food Co-op (2535 Central Avenue Northeast) and one in Windom Park at the offices of the NE Home Group (1955 Johnson Street Northeast). HOURCAR thanks the Eastside Food Co-op and NE Home Group for hosting these locations.
Neighborhood VOTE: NRP Phase I Plan Modification
HNIA General Meeting—Thursday, June 12th at 7:00 p.m.
Firefighters Hall & Museum (664 22nd Ave NE)
HNIA has been asked to consider investing up to $290,000 of NRP funds for Phase II-B of the planned Edison Plaza and RiverFirst Demonstration Project as part of our overall Green Campus and Holland Commons vision. The Board voted unanimously at its April 2014, meeting to submit the question “Do you authorize a transfer of $290,000.00 from NRP Phase I Strategy 1.1.A.3 – Acquire Blighted Housing, into NRP Phase II Strategy 4.1.1. NE Green Campus?” to the community-at-large at our general meeting on June 12, 2014.
The Board also attached to its action a recommendation that the public approve the Plan Modification/funds transfer. We believe that it is appropriate to utilize these unspent NRP Phase I funds for this project as it embodies many of the priorities laid out by the Holland Community in the Holland Small Area Plan and our NRP Phase II Action Plan:
1. The project adds public gathering space through the planned Edison Plaza, and improves upon existing publicly-accessible green and athletic spaces;
2. The project allows HNIA to leverage its funding to take the fullest advantage of approximately $1.7 million in other funding offered by major partners – the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization ($1.2 million), the NFL through its LISC program ($100,000), Minneapolis Public Schools ($380,000-$480,000), and a potential private donor who has stepped forward – to allow the planned upgrades and amenities to be taken to a level of completion that would serve the Edison, Holland, and greater NE communities more comprehensively than the existing infrastructure;
3. The overall project utilizes best practices in storm water management, recapture, and reuse through innovative natural turf technology, the RiverFirst Demonstration Area (the community gym corner), a gray water reuse system for future restrooms, and landscaping that both allows for capture and reuse of storm water AND infiltration of storm water into the groundwater rather than overloading our storm sewer system;
4. The overall project sets up the Green Campus area for future upgrades, including streetscape improvements along Monroe Street (between 22nd and 19th) and 20th Avenue NE; acquisition, clean up, and development into practice fields of the currently-polluted UPI site at 1900 Monroe St NE; connectivity from South – North along the railroad tracks through an identified potential walking/biking path; improved parking infrastructure for the Edison community; and further environmental best practices demonstration areas pertaining to alternative energy, storm water management, landscaping, transportation, etc.
What will HNIA's funding be used for?
HNIA is being asked to fund aspects of Phase II-B of the overall project. Phase I was the renovation of the Edison parking lot. Phase II-A encompasses the renovation of the Edison football field and track and will begin in June 2014. Phase II-B refers to the renovation of the community gym corner as the RiverFirst Demonstration Area, the development of a gateway plaza for the Edison Athletic Fields, construction of a concessions/storage/restroom facility, and potential parking upgrades.
Specifically, HNIA funds would cover some of the cost of the Plaza infrastructure – including ADA-compliant ramps and stairs and storm water management friendly landscaping, the construction of an all-brick concessions/storage/restroom building, an artistically-designed Green Wall, and possibly parking lot upgrades.
What does my vote mean?
Voting “yes” to the above motion means that you authorize the HNIA Board to transfer funds from a no-longer utilized NRP Phase I strategy into an NRP Phase II strategy intended to fund projects such as this. The Board would then be empowered to negotiate a scope of services and enter into contract with the determined project manager – either Minneapolis Public Schools or the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization. The Board is committed to ensuring that all partners are in agreement regarding the final project scope before releasing any funds to MPS or MWMO.
What is NRP Phase I Strategy 1.1.A.3?
The Acquire Blighted Housing strategy is one that was set up almost 20 years ago and does not currently contain any active programs or projects. HNIA is no longer bound to invest that funding in housing and the Board feels that investing these public dollars into this Green Campus project will provide significant community value and fit within the overall Holland Commons vision.
How much NRP funding remains if HNIA invests $290,000 in the Edison Plaza & RiverFirst Demonstration Area?
Phase I NRP funds remaining: $610,598
Phase II NRP funds: $448,571
Projected CPP funds for 2014-2016: $168,344
Total Remaining Funds: $1,227,513
In addition to the NRP Phase I funds listed above, there is roughly $100,000 in our current housing loan program that could be freed up for other purposes. There is a strategy for a housing loan program that utilizes NRP Phase II funds – allowing HNIA to continue work to improve Holland's housing stock while also investing in other public projects in the future. At least $316,100 of Holland’s Phase II funds will go toward housing programs or projects, as NRP policy states that no less that 70% of all Phase II funds are required to be spent on housing.
If you have further questions regarding the vote, the motion, the project, or the funding, please do not hesitate to contact Board President Adelheid Koski at email@example.com.
Thank you – looking forward to seeing you all on June 12!
Northeast Ride – Saturday, June 14, 2014, 10 am – 2 pm.
Join other Hollanders and get a free HNIA t-shirt to wear during the ride to advertise Holland's commitment to biking and healthy community living! Ride starts at the NE Armory. To sign up for the Holland team, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org! To register for the NE Ride, visit www.northeastride.org.
HNIA Annual Meeting — Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Firefighters Hall and Museum (664 22nd Ave NE)
7 pm - Presentation for Edison Plaza and RiverFirst Demonstration Project:
HNIA has been asked to contribute funding to the Edison Plaza and RiverFirst Demonstration Area Project. The Board is requesting that you vote on June 12, 2014, regarding the transfer of $300,000 between NRP strategies for investment in this public space project, and to begin planning efforts for future green space initiatives around Holland. PLEASE NOTE: May 8, 2014 will be the only scheduled comprehensive presentation of the project before the June 12, 2014, vote. Please attend to have your questions and concerns answered.
We want you to be informed and empowered!
8 pm – Annual Meeting and BOARD ELECTIONS: It's that time again – join us for a recap of another great year in Holland, what we've got in the hopper for the next year, and to elect Board Directors for 4 seats. We have some incumbents running and will be taking nominations. If you want more information about Board service, contact Adelheid Koski, Board President, at email@example.com.
Northeast Green Light Project
Thanks to Center for Energy and Environment, Edison High School, 30 MPAC Participating Businesses, and hunderds of community members coming together to support NE public art, we are able to celebrate the installation of the NE Green Light Project! Check out our video—produced by John Akre—to see how this unique, collaborative project unfolded.
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