Recent Articles from Cali Owings
U.S. District Court Judge John Tunheim raises concerns about the Metropolitan Council’s actions.
A federal judge has ruled that the Metropolitan Council was within its rights to seek municipal approvals for the future Southwest Light Rail Transit line before updated environmental reviews were made available. But the decision does not end the case.
Hennepin County approves funding split with Dakota County for the Orange Line BRT; the first in local funds lined up for the project.
Members of the Minneapolis City Council’s Transportation and Public Works Committee disagreed with the decision to route bikes off of Penn Avenue because bike lanes are included there in the city’s long-term bike plan.
The initiative is an economic development tool to encourage targeted job growth and redevelopment.
Metro Transit has pared down options for transit on West Broadway Avenue to two streetcar and bus rapid transit alternatives that could extend from downtown Minneapolis through the north side to downtown Robbinsdale.
To encourage denser transit-oriented development, the city wants to rezone hundreds of parcels near Mounds Boulevard, Earl Street, Etna Street, White Bear Avenue and the Sun-Ray Shopping Center.
- Appeals court takes up transgender health coverage case
- Court upholds sex-with-minor report submitted by man’s therapist
- Federal judge rules for students with disabilities in age-cutoff case
- Justices remand Duluth dispute
- Legal education for incarcerated students expands
- Hamline prof dismissed over Muhammad image can proceed with lawsuit
- Supreme Court backs woman’s false-reporting conviction
- Pot smell not enough for search