Fire At Minneapolis Homeless Encampment + Cedar-Isles Master Plan

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Morning, people of Minneapolis! It's me again, William Bornhoft, your host of the Minneapolis Daily.

First, today's weather: Mostly cloudy. High: 22 Low: 10.

Here are the top stories today in Minneapolis:

  1. Check Out Initial Draft Concepts For The Cedar-Isles Master Plan (Press Release Desk)

  2. Crews Knock Down Fire At Homeless Encampment In North Minneapolis (CBS Minnesota)

  3. Russell Westbrook clears COVID protocol, available for Los Angeles Lakers vs. Minnesota Timberwolves (ESPN)

  4. University of Minnesota regents approve pay raise for President Joan Gabel amid criticism (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Today in Minneapolis:

  • Get Wrapped in Holiday Fashion at W Minneapolis – The Foshay Designer Tree Dress Display (9:00 AM)

  • Mill City Winter Farmers Market - Minneapolis Downtown Council (10:00 AM)

  • Feline Rescue Cat Claw Clipping Clinic at Chuck & Don's MPLS Lake St (10:30 AM)

  • Edina HS Chamber Singers at The Dayton's Project (1:00 PM)

  • Livestream: A Christmas Celebration with The Steeles (7:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Minneapolis Police Department: "The Minneapolis Police Department proudly announces the graduation of the 2021-2 Recruit Class. Tonight, 18 new police officers joined the MPD and 1 police officer joined the Minneapolis Park Police. The 2021-2 Recruit Class is comprised..." (Facebook)

  • Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board: "We're working hard to open outdoor ice rinks for the winter! This season there are 47 skating, hockey, pond hockey, and broomball rinks planned across 23 parks. Warming rooms will be open with free loaner skates; masks are required insid..." (Facebook)

  • Minneapolis Farmers Market: "It’s going to be a chilly day at the market tomorrow but we got something to help you keep warm! We are giving away a FREE limited edition Mpls Farmers Market Winter Hat to our customers Saturday morning, December 18th starting at 9am!..." (Instagram)

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William Bornhoft

This article originally appeared on the Minneapolis Patch

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