Tag: Minneapolis

Public Utilities, Waste Management

A Look at How Minneapolis is Working to Achieve Zero Waste

December 15, 2017

Via: Waste360

To achieve zero waste, municipalities, companies and organizations must develop a strategic and innovative plan that will reduce waste and increase recycling. And then, they must develop an implementation plan to make their zero waste plan a reality. This is […]

Emergency Services

Minneapolis Fire Sued Over Hypothermia Death

December 14, 2016

Via: FirstArriving

The complaint includes three counts of negligence; three counts of medical negligence; gross negligence; negligence per se for violating federal, state and local law; negligent hiring; vicarious liability; negligent undertaking; wrongful death; and a civil rights violation of denial of […]


U.S. Bank Stadium Revitalizes Downtown Minneapolis

September 21, 2016

Via: American Infrastructure

As a testament to Minnesota pride and the strong relationship between the Vikings and the citizens of Minnesota, more than 200,000 people attended the grand opening for the Vikings’ new home in downtown Minneapolis, the U.S. Bank Stadium. Funded through […]