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Downtown park lease won’t require bird-safe glass on the new Vikings stadium.
New program for January 2015 addresses problems caused by frequent delays in winter of 2013-14.
“It was only dumb luck that no one was injured,” said County Attorney Mike Freeman, “and [the gunman] needs to pay the price for the terror he caused to so many people that day.”
The local delegation will be meeting with other cold-climate leaders in Harbin, a sister city.
Some legislators believe the city and others could ease contributions and save millions of dollars.
The team is pleased to announce the fifth stable release of the incredible CiviCRM 4.5 series. These release include a security fix and a number of other improvements.
The security issue only affects sites using the CiviCase component. Read the security announcement for details.
U.S. attorney, city officials and Abu Huraira representatives announce a deal to end a federal suit.
Some Hennepin County workers will have to repay county for wage mistake.
Hennepin County increases by 2.1 percent while Ramsey County will again hold steady.
The fourth proposal for the block near the Minneapolis library includes a 31-story apartment tower and hotel.
Schools CEO expected to take over as interim chief as board searches for new leader.
Agency says it will keep monitoring all particle sizes in scrap area for at least another year.
University of Cambridge uses CiviCRM to develop a better booking user experience for their Alumni Festival
Alumni Festival is organised every year and typically consists of 140 events such as topical lectures, tours of colleges/departments and opportunities for Alumni to return to the city and re-experience some of their time at Cambridge. The events take place over 3 days and around 1100 alumni and guests book each year.
Ginkgo Street Labs recently hosted a webinar on the ‘Power of CiviCRM’, to talk about how organizations of all sizes are using this open-source software to solve a variety of challenges.
Plans include the program’s FAIR schools being managed or owned by local school districts.
While spending package has no direct impact on Southwest, 2016 could be a different story.