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Residents can share feedback on proposed 2020 City budget at public hearings, online

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Three meetings scheduled for Minneapolis residents.


There are three upcoming public hearings for people to share thoughts on Mayor Jacob Frey’s recommended 2020 City budget. Comments can also be submitted online on the City’s website.


Budget public hearings:


9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 Room 317, City Hall 6:05 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4 Room 317, City Hall 6:05 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 Room 317, City Hall


Comments submitted online will be entered into the public record and shared with the mayor and council members. The City Council is scheduled to vote on adopting the budget on Wednesday, Dec. 11.


The mayor’s recommended 2020 budget is $1.6 billion. The City’s revenues come from a variety of sources with property taxes accounting for about 23 percent of the budget.


Visit the City’s budget website to learn more about the budget, key dates and watch a video about how to participate in the budget process. You can also watch budget hearings on Minneapolis City Council TV. Tune to SD channel 14 or HD channel 799 on Comcast or SD channel 8001 or HD channel 8501 on CenturyLink. You can also watch archived meeting on the City of Minneapolis YouTube channel.


"Residents can share feedback on proposed 2020 City budget at public hearings, online"; By Sarah McKenzie; City of Minneapolis; October 28, 2019


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