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August 2017

Mayors, Youth and Community Leaders to Convene in Minneapolis to Share Strategies on How to Keep Young Black Men and Boys Safe, Healthy and Hopeful (8/16)

Mayor Hodges Delivers Structurally Balanced Budget Proposal for 2018, Highlighting Historic Parks & Streets Investment Plan (8/15)

Mayor Hodges to Deliver 2018 Budget Address on Tuesday, September 12 at 12:00 p.m. (8/09)

July 2017

Mayor Hodges Nominates Medaria ‘Rondo’ Arradondo as Police Chief (7/21)

Chief Harteau Steps Aside at Mayor Hodges’ Request (7/21)

June 2017

Mayor Betsy Hodges launches the second phase of “Talking is Teaching” Early Literacy & Arts Campaign (6/08)

May 2017

Mayor Hodges' State of the City Address Recap: "One Minneapolis and the Call of Transformation" (5/23)

April 2017

Mayor Hodges Delivers Special Mayoral Address: "This is Our Call as a Community and a People--We Get to Come Together Even More" (4/19)

March 2017

Mayor Hodges and Downtown Leaders Release New Plan for Creating a Safe and Inviting Hennepin Avenue (3/30)

Mayor Hodges and Chief Harteau Respond to U.S. Department of Justice After-Action Review of Fourth Precinct Occupation (3/20)

Mayor Hodges Calls on Republican Leaders in Congress to Place Hold on ACA Repeal (3/08)

February 2017

Mayor Hodges, Business Community Partners Address Downtown Safety (2/02)

January 2017

Mayor Hodges: Minneapolis Will Become a 'Reach Out and Read Bookend City' in 2017 (1/12)

Mayor Hodges Names Cradle to K Cabinet Co-Chairs (1/09)

Mayor Hodges’ Statement Regarding Downtown Macy’s Store (1/04)

Mayor Hodges Applauds Governor Dayton’s Bonding Proposal, Which Includes Funding for Several of the City of Minneapolis’ Top Capital Investment Projects (1/04)

Minneapolis Middle and High School Students Invited to Participate in My Brother’s Keeper | MPLS Youth United Day of Action on January 14 (1/03)

December 2016

Mayor Hodges: ‘Minneapolis Is Going to Lead on the Minimum Wage, and We Have to Get It Right’ (12/19)

A Balanced Approach: Mayor Hodges’ 2017 Budget Adopted By City Council (12/07)

November 2016

Mayor Hodges: Trump Team’s Use of Japanese Internment Camps as ‘Precedent’ for Registry of American Muslims Horrifying (11/17)

Mayor Hodges’ Statement on the One-Year Anniversary of the Death of Jamar Clark (11/14)

Mayor Hodges: Support for Immigrant Community Keeps Minneapolis Safer (11/12)

October 2016

Statement by Mayor Betsy Hodges about conclusion of MPD internal investigation (10/21)

Lynx Final prompts friendly wager between Mayor Hodges and Los Angeles mayor (10/20)

Mayor Hodges Proclaims 'Prince Day' in Minneapolis (10/13)

Mayor Hodges Welcomes Governor Dayton’s Executive Order Establishing a Council on Law Enforcement and Community Relations (10/12)

Mayor Hodges' Remarks at Press Conference Regarding October 3 Shootings (10/03)

Mayor Hodges’ 2017 Budget Invests in Fundamentals of Public Safety, Managing Growth, and Good Government (8/10)

Robin Hutcheson Unanimously Confirmed as Director of Public Works (7/22)

2015 Mayor's Office News Center (7/18)

Mayor Hodges' Statement on Baton Rouge (7/17)

Mayor Hodges, Chief Harteau Release Explanation of Minneapolis Body Camera Policy (7/15)

Minneapolis Awarded Pathways to Justice Careers Grant by Department of Labor (7/01)

Mayor Hodges Launches Minneapolis Talking is Teaching: Talk, Read, Sing Campaign (6/21)

Mayor Hodges Announces Nomination of Robin Hutcheson as Director of Public Works (6/20)

Mayor Hodges Celebrates Adoption of Earned Sick and Safe Time for Minneapolis Workers (5/27)

Mayor Hodges’ Statement on State Action on Northern Metals (5/19)

Mayor Hodges' State of the City Address Recap: ‘When we come together, there is no stopping us’ (5/17)

Mayor Hodges Lauds Movement on Earned Sick and Safe Time (5/05)

Mayor Hodges Signs Long-Term Funding Package for Streets and Parks (4/29)

Mayor Hodges, Council Members Move Forward Long-Term Funding Package for Streets and Parks (4/26)

Mayor Hodges, Council Member Quincy Propose Investment in Parks and Streets (3/25)

Mayor Hodges’ Statement on Air Monitoring Study (3/24)

Mayor Hodges, Metropolitan Council Chair Duininck Host HUD Secretary Castro (3/04)

Department of Justice COPS Office, Mayor Hodges, and Chief Harteau Announce After-Action Review of City Response to 4th Precinct Occupation (3/04)

Mayor Hodges’ Nominees to Lead City Departments Overwhelmingly Confirmed (2/12)

Mayor Hodges, Chief Harteau Request Federal COPS Office Conduct After-Action Review of City Response to 4th Precinct Occupation (2/02)

Vikings Playoff Game Prompts Friendly Wager Between Mayor Hodges and Seattle Mayor (1/08)


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