NRP Policy Board Election Set for November 29, 2001
|The process for the election of neighborhood representatives and alternates for seats on the 2002 NRP Policy Board begins on August 13, 2001. If you would like to file as a candidate, download the necessary filing forms at the bottom of this page. Filing forms are also available at neighborhood organization offices, Minneapolis Public Libraries, the NRP Office, the Minneapolis City Clerks Office, Room 304 in City Hall, and at the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Minneapolis office. As in past elections, the LWV will be assisting in all aspects of the election process. Filing forms must be received by the LWV office no later than noon on Friday, October 5, 2001.
What is the NRP Policy Board?
The NRP Policy Board is the governing body of the NRP. Its members provide overall direction to the Program and are responsible for the review and approval of Neighborhood Action Plans. Neighborhood residents hold four of the 19 seats on the Board and serve for a one-year term. Policy Board meetings are typically held one Monday each month from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the Hennepin County Government Center.
Who is eligible to run for a seat on the Board?
Candidates seeking a term on the Policy Board must be a resident of the appropriate neighborhood category (i.e. protection, revitalization, redirection) for a minimum of 30 days prior to the election and be at least 21 years old when their term of office begins in January, 2002. A neighborhood representative and alternate will be elected for each of the three neighborhood categories (protection, revitalization, redirection). An At-Large representative and alternate will also be elected.
Follow the links below to download the filing forms and other important Policy Board Election documents. You will need a copy of Acrobat Reader to view these documents. For more information on the election, call the LWV at 612-333-6319 or Carsten Slostad of the NRP at 612-673-5150.
Download the NRP Policy Board Election Rules (76K)
Download the Duties and Responsibilities of Neighborhood Representatives on the Policy Board (64K)
Download the Policy Board Election Fact Sheet (120K)
Download the Permitted Activities for Policy Board Candidates (68K)
Download the NRP Neighborhood Category List (40K)