I think we hold out, till bus station is available for a connected project, and Edina gets the chance to create a unified idea.
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May Bike safety month. how about focusing on the safety of the bikes themselves - namely bike theft and secu bike racks. First. identify all the bike racks in the city. Second, look for bikes unlocked or locked to trees or signs, noting if there is an available space in a rnearby bike racks. Of course there are signs directing people to parking ramps, but not bike racks. Then analyze the pattern of bike thefts in the city, looking for patterns. All things police could do on their rounds, and could be done any time during the summer.
May Bike Safety Month - the safety of bikes.
Please switch the title and the description, as what I wrote ended up in the title due to a glitch in your system. I don't want to retype a long idea and see no way to copy paste the switch myself.
When the new Edina Vision is approved, the tagline should agree with it.
Noise is a significant stressor and has been implicated in implicated in the development of disorders of the cardiovascular system, sleep, learning, memory, motivation, problem-solving, aggression, and annoyance. It has also been shown to impair immune function. Airport noise is a chronic problem and appears to differ in different parts of Edina. While much has been done to prevent the implementation of RNAV procedures that would spare the northern-most parts of the city from airport noise, little attention seems to have been paid to areas near and south of the Crosstown, where airport noise has become increasingly problematic since the Delta takeover of Northwest. Delta is the world's largest operator of MD80s, which are much more noisy than other (newer) aircraft. How about some input from the entire city in the airport noise discussion?
Recently completed highway improvements have increased the amount cars that use169. creating longer "rush hour" times with increased noise disturbance. All of which effect the residents in the neighborhood east of the highway.
Neighborhood home values are sustainal enough and deserve the physical appearance fencing would be provide. Also help the sale of homes.
It would reduce the litter that blows over from the highway to the frontage road.
Provide a safer separationbetween highway and residential areas that are filled with Families with children.
This area is a wonderful neighborhood that sometimes may be forgotten, being that it is located close to city lines.
Dear City Council Members, It seems that everywhere I go, people are up in arms about you. They are irate that you instructed the Grandview planners to create 90% (100%?) private plans for the publicly-owned Grandview space. Then you hide behind the planners as if they are the ones who won't listen to the public. It seems you don't listen to people at all anymore. Since many residents didn't support the "sidewalk issue," you think this gives you a license to pull-out of anything and everything. Yet, even though some folks didn't want sidewalks, there are many other issues we all wish you would wake up and engage in. Republicans, democrats, and everyone in between has had enough of this. We may not want our money to go to Washington, but we don't mind paying for local improvements we will all benefit from. We can't wait to vote in the next election, and say our final farewell.
Edina needs it's own indoor tennis and pickleball facility. Pickleball= fastest growing sport for seniors. Tennis = sport for all ages; Edina State Champions , record setting champions; give them a facility!!!! The Grandview spot is the perfect location to add a bubble in the bubble!
Move the Edina Arts Center to this location. Create classrooms, gallery space, conference space, and high light the arts in Edina. The current space is too small, in an inconvenient place, and not up to par for Edina. Let's highlight our vast pool of creative individuals.
In regards to most Edina Police, I have seen most of them to be irrational to Edina's own citizens.
This has now gone on for more than a decade.
The Edina Police need to hold themselves accountable for their unlawful actions and unfair treatment.
As stated before by many - The Edina Police is an overly funded department.
We could easily cut it in half by eliminating certain roles and automating them, why are we spending money for the police to have lunch and leave their cars running? This is not only a waste of gas but it pollutes our environment.
The court appearances that are made for lost cases, the miles, the time, etc. This could be a huge tax reduction to all Edina tax payers.
When is the last time an Edina police officer did something nice for you to give back to our community? Besides the events they are forced and paid to attend.
A multipurpose development Including a formal "park and ride". option to promote public transportation during the work week while allowing other functions at night and on the weekends.