September Board Meeting Minutes

SAENA September Board Meeting

Monday, September 26 2016, Clare Housing

Agenda Item



Convene & Negotiate Agenda

2 mins.

Jeremy Convened 7:10pm

MPD Crime Report

10 mins.

No police presence tonight

NE Tree

Assessment of Park Trees

20 mins.

George from NE Tree came to talk through the estimate of services for Community Commons Park.

Treasurer Report

5 mins.

Sindee gave treasurer report and outlined park expenses.

Park Conversation, Community Meeting Planning

30 mins.

Board did not vote on how to proceed, will vote in time for action in the spring.

Jack Whitehurst for board survey

10 mins.

Jack distributed board surveys. Christina will send in paper copies after meeting.

CPP Funding Renewal

15 mins.

Christina explained what SAENA is missing in policies and procedures and will email templates to board

Door knocking strategy and sign- up

15 mins.

Board members signed up for door knocking to invite residents to Oct. meeting. Board approved printing materials for door knocking and sending out a postcard in the mail.

Storage space/clean out

10 mins.

Board members decided on Sun, Oct. 16 to sort through files. Sindee, Dave, and Christina will retrieve files from Spring Manor


Move to adjourn, Jeremy. Second, Sylvia. 8:45pm

Community Meeting Next Monday!

st anthony east

Join us on Monday, October 24 at 7pm at Clare Housing (929 Central Ave) for our last Community Meeting of the year!  We will be discussing potential updates for Community Commons Park located at Van Buren St. & Summer St. SAENA is the property owner of the park. Please join us to share your ideas for how we can make Community Commons Park a space for all of St. Anthony East’s residents to enjoy.

RSVP here:
**If you are not able to attend the meeting, please share your thoughts with us by sending an email to or calling 612-331-6514!


Visit Minneapolis Public Schools

A great excuse for St. Anthony East residents to go over to Webster and tour it, if you haven’t yet!
MINNEAPOLIS – It takes more than principals, teachers and families to educate students. Neighbors, friends and community members influence and inspire youth just the same. We want everyone to see what an entire city of support can make possible, so we’re welcoming the public to take a guided tour of our elementary schools during Visit Our Schools Month from Oct. 15–Nov. 7.
This is the first year Minneapolis Public Schools is hosting Visit Our Schools Month. The event replaces the annual School Fair Showcase that was previously held on a Saturday during spring semester to help prospective families learn about their school options before registering for the following school year.
Visit Our Schools Month gives families the opportunity to learn as much as possible about our schools as well as the enrollment process. Families need to immerse themselves in a school’s culture and meet the people in the classrooms in order to know that a school is right for their child.
Visit Our Schools Month tours of our elementary schools will be held:
·         Saturday, Oct. 15, 9:30 a.m.–noon
·         Tuesday, Oct. 18, 10:30 a.m.–noon
·         Tuesday, Oct. 25, 10:30 a.m.–noon
·         Tuesday, Nov. 1, 10:30 a.m.–noon
·         Tuesday, Nov. 1, 4–6 p.m.
·         Monday, Nov. 7, 10:30 a.m.–noon
To learn more about Visit Our Schools Month, visit

MPD Crime Alert

MPD ACTION ALERT – Case No. 16-334858 



Incident Location: 0002** Broadway ST NE

Date and Time:  9/13/2016 6:01:00 PM – 9/13/2016 6:20:00 PM

Primary Offenses:  Narcotics Violation

Public Information:

AP1 was stopped and arrest on a felony warrant.  Narcotics were recovered during his arrest.  Other 1 and vehicle were also transported to Safe Streets for processing.  AP1 was then booked at HCJ for his warrant. …


Arrested Parties, if any (name – age / Address AptNo City, State Zip):

TALON FRANK – 33 / 001319 Golden Valley RD  1 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55411


NOTE: Any persons arrested in this incident were not necessarily charged with the listed offenses. Use the link provided below for a more complete explanation of the format of these alerts if anything is unclear.

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