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Victory Neighborhood
Statue of LincolnThe Victory Neighborhood, part of the Camden community, is located in the northwest corner of Minneapolis. It derives its name from Victory Memorial Drive, a lovely parkway running through the neighborhood that was dedicated in honor of Hennepin County soldiers who died in World War I. The neighborhood is bounded on the south by Dowling Avenue, Memorial Parkway on the west, the Canadian Pacific railyards on the north and Newton Avenue on the east.
Events

Thursday, October 9, 2014 [8:30 am - 9:30 am]
Housing/Livability Committee Meeting
Emily’s F & M Cafe (2124 44th Ave N)

Saturday, October 11, 2014 [8:30 am - 9:30 am]
Business Committee Meeting
Emily’s F & M Cafe (2124 44th Ave N)

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News and Announcements

Road Construction at 44th/Penn/Osseo Road

Minneapolis Public Works has begun construction of new signals, pedestrian ramps, median, alley, sidewalks and pavement markings at Penn Avenue N, Osseo Road and 44th Avenue N. The intersection will be completely closed for the duration of the work, which should take about three weeks. During this time a detour route will be marked with detour signs. Access to the Victory 44 parking lot is from Penn Ave only. Domino’s parking lot is accessible from Penn Ave and [read more]

Matthew Kunkel Appointed to the ViNA Board of Directors

The ViNA Board of Directors has appointed Matthew Kunkel to fill the vacancy left on the board by the departure of Kerry Bender. Matthew and his family have lived in the Victory Neighborhood for a year and a half and he previously served on the Board of Directors of the Harrison Neighborhood. Matthew will sit on the Business Committee and serve the remainder of Kerry Bender’s term until September 2015.

September 24 -Annual Meeting – Board Elections

The annual meeting of the Victory Neighborhood Association will be held on September 24 at 7 p.m. at The Warren, 4400 Osseo Road. The Board of Directors will present the annual report of activities, events and accomplishments of the organization over the past year along with the annual financial statement.Board elections will take place at the annual meeting for five seats on the board. Four seats are normally up for election for two year terms; one seat is up for election to [read more]

Bylaws Amendment Proposed

The ViNA Board of Directors proposes an amendment to the bylaws which will reduce the number of neighborhood meetings from monthly to at least eight per year. The board recognizes that in certain months of the year attendance at meeting is limited. The membership will vote on the amendment at the Annual meeting in September. Should the amendment pass, the Board will adjust the meeting calendar for next year. Board meetings on the first Wednesday of every month are always open to the public as well.