Link to the Minneapolis COVID/Opioid Project presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rmfw-cn0ojA7d4v_27e8i7eO1g3nKcJe4Muaon0A0CA/edit?usp=sharing COVID Assistance: https://www.hennepin.us/residents/emergencies/covid-19 or call 612-348-3000 (8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, different languages available). Rental assistance: www.hennepin.us/rent-help Minneapolis COVID Dashboard: http://www2.minneapolismn.gov/coronavirus/dashboard NorthPoint Community Food...
Even though there is a temporary hold on evictions as part of Governor Walz’s executive order, rent and other housing costs are still due. Your landlord may be able to evict you for not paying rent once restrictions are lifted. Hennepin County may be able to help you cover current and past due rent and other housing costs.
Community organizations such as Bikes & Bites are rallying to help drive donations for the back-to-school event. On Wednesday, Bikes & Bites will be hosting a kid-friendly bike drop/family ride delivering school supplies to Green Central. In addition, corporate partners such as RSM US LLP will be bringing supplies for 1,500 students to the event. Anyone is welcome to bring a donation.
New Salem Missionary Baptist Church will be delivering food boxes complete with chicken taco meat and cheese. If you are a property manager or community member and would like 1 box or multiple boxes delivered to you or your property please contact cpc@cpcmn. org or call 651-260-4349 and ask for New Salem food delivery.
Your voice is needed. This week is the time to weigh in on three hugely important precedents about to be set in Minnesota all within the same public process.
Please take 5 minutes to add your comments before 12:00 pm on July 30th to include them in the virtual Public Hearings! You will find messaging points plus an easy way to record your (up to) 3-minute testimony there.
Important opportunities to intervene in the energy decisions: Here are 3 key upcoming comment filing dates for decisions about: Where does energy get sourced from? What is the price of it? Who gets to...
HNC – July 2020 Monthly Newsletter | vol 21 issue 28
A consultation saves the average household $150 in the first year. People who have higher-than-average bills can save much more.
The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) helps to pay for home heating costs and furnace repairs for income-qualified households. It can also be used for electricity bills. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Minnesota Department of Commerce has increased crisis funding and extended applications for energy assistance allowing more Minnesota households to apply for assistance.