Minneapolis school board urged to split Northrop site

  • Article by: Steve Brandt , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 26, 2013 - 9:36 PM

Staff backed a popular charter school over millions in new tax base, but developer and neighbors urged senior housing be approved, too.

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liberaleliteFeb. 26, 1310:05 PM

Disappointing. The school board should have acted in the best interests of us taxpayers (including those of us in Northrop)... Giving up an extra $200,000? At least there's still hope for residential development on the site so we get more neighbors which leads to more neighborhood amenities/businesses.

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youarerightFeb. 27, 13 4:06 PM

If the Minneapolis School Superintendant continues to support charter schools why do we need her over our public schools? She seems less interested in working to provide a better solution for her failing public school children. Does she have stock in charter schools?

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