2022 is shaping up to be another eventful year with the COVID-19 pandemic, economic distress, widespread food insecurity, and organizing against oppressive systems in our City. NENA along with many others have plans to make our neighborhood an even better, more vibrant community. Come to the seventh annual State of Our Neighborhood to learn more about the upcoming year from the perspectives of our elected officials and local government.
The meeting is free and open to the public. NENA serves the neighborhoods of Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Morris Park, and Wenonah.
Local elected officials including our state senator and representative, county commissioner, city council members, and park board commissioners, including
– State Senator Patricia Torres Ray (Confirmed)
– State Representative Emma Greenman (Confirmed)
– Hennepin Commissioner Angela Conley (Confirmed)
– Minneapolis Council Member-Elect Emily Koski, Ward 11 (Confirmed)
– Minneapolis Council Member Andrew Johnson, Ward 12 (Confirmed)
– Commissioner Steffanie Musich, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (Confirmed)
– Commissioner Nelson Inz, Minneapolis School Board (Invited)
We will host the annual event via Zoom. NENA will welcome each elected official and then break out into discussion rooms. A NENA Board member will host a community conversation with a single elected official. You will be able to visit multiple break-out rooms.
Submit Your Questions
Questions from the community are encouraged. Submit your questions ahead of the event. NENA will share with the discussion room facilitators. In addition to the live questions, if there is time, we will include your written questions.
Come hear from NENA, neighborhood leaders, and elected officials. This is your community and your time to get involved!