City workers accuse Frey of gutting Office of Performance and Innovation

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Abe Asher of Sahan Journal has a story about frustrated Minneapolis workers who feel a city office in Minneapolis is being “dismantled in retaliation for they voiced concern over a “racist and toxic work culture” within the City Coordinator’s Office. Mayor Jacob Frey suggested moving four of six positions in the Office of Performance and Innovation over to the City Clerk’s Office to serve as legislative staffers. This move would effectively gut the office.

Via WCCO: Wisconsin’s conservative-controlled Supreme Court ruled Friday that absentee ballot drop boxes may be placed only in election offices and that no one other than the voter can return a ballot in person.

Bill Strande, KARE-11, warns that light rail trains will not operate south of Terminal 2 from the Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America during maintenance for five weeks.

Eric Roper of the Star Tribune investigates how the Park Board allowed the John H. Stevens House to be built, a.k.a. The ‘birthplace’ of Minneapolis is now in decline.

Brooks Johnson also reports Indeed in Minneapolis, and Bent Paddle Duluth were among the first to create THC-infused beverages as a result of Minnesota’s new hemp laws.

Christine Schuster from Bring Me the News shares tributes to Craig Cotten . He was the owner of the Book Review.

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