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Lino Lakes halts development. Minneapolis committee approves tentative police contract

Lino Lakes council members voted Monday night to put a Muslim-centered housing development on hold for a year. 

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board held a special meeting Monday to discuss contract negotiations with the park workers union — they’ve been on strike since the Fourth of July.

And a Minneapolis City Council committee voted Monday to move forward with a tentative police union contract that would give Minneapolis police officers a substantial boost in pay.

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One-year development moratorium halts Muslim-oriented project in Lino Lakes

Minneapolis parks commissioners to hear about contract negotiations as workers’ strike continues

Minneapolis City Council moves forward with tentative police contract

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