The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant application portal has now re-opened. The SBA has also added the following updated resources.
Kennedy & Cain, PLLC is a small law firm located at 3400 E Lake St. Minneapolis, MN that practices primarily in business law (transactional and litigation) and criminal defense. Kennedy & Cain, PLLC seeks to fill the role of FT legal secretary/paralegal. The position will provide support to two attorneys and manage day to day communications with clients. Salary commensurate with experience.
To apply send your resume and two references to Michael Cain at email@example.com
In May 2020, the murder of George Floyd had created a deep pain within our communities. On May 29, 2020, MIGIZI’s building caught on fire due to the proximity of neighboring fires and fell shortly after.
On Friday, May 28th, MIGIZI wishes to bring the community together for a walk down East Lake street in remembrance of George Floyd and to memorialize their space as they acknowledge the past year of challenges, and just as importantly, look ahead to a time of growth and prosperity. There will be a program prior to the walk at 3017 27th Ave S. where speakers and leaders will have the opportunity to speak, sing, pray, and say a blessing for MIGIZI’S new space at 1845 E. Lake St. which plans to open in May 2022.
MIGIZI is inviting all community members to come walk with them on May 28th from their previous space at 3017 27th Ave S. Minneapolis to their new building at 1845 E. Lake St. Minneapolis (formerly Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly). They will begin their walk with a gathering at 3017 27th Ave S. at 11:00AM to then finish their event with food at 1845 E. Lake St. by 1:00PM.
ABOUT MIGIZI: MIGIZI is a Native American nonprofit organization that has been equipping young people with the academic and professional skills to succeed in school and their careers since 1977. Today, MIGIZI empowers young people with professional training within the media and green industry and provides academic, cultural resources to students around the Twin Cities.
Minneapolis bars and restaurants can still apply for temporary expansion permits for outdoor dining. This free permit allows businesses to add seating outside to compensate for reduced indoor capacity. Businesses that were granted temporary outdoor expansion permits on private property last summer do not need to reapply. Businesses that were granted lane use permits will need to reapply. Businesses that would like to change their set up from last summer should contact their license inspector. More information.