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Posted inCLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

Minneapolis Council spikes plan to expand public works facility in polluted East Phillips neighborhood. But urban farm proposal faces new challenges.

A confusing vote means uncertainty for the future of the 7.5-acre Roof Depot site in south Minneapolis. An expanded public-works facility will now need to find a new location. But environmental-justice advocates failed to win council approval for an urban farm development.