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1250 West Broadway Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55411
Since 1994, the Minneapolis Public Schools has operated under site-based decision making to move decision making closest to the students served. The goal of site-based management is to improve student achievement. Under site-based decision making, dist ... more
Deputy Chief Operating Officer
Minneapolis Public Schools, Special School District No. 1
Associate Executive Director of Facilities
President and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer
Bollinger Lawn Enforcement,LLC
Bollinger said a deep layer of wood infill was common on district playgrounds up until eight or nine years ago.
That also generated complaints from parents because a 9-inch layer of wood chips would retain moisture even on hot days.
"That moisture then would turn into mold, and children were getting sick and (having) allergic reactions and things like that because of the mold," Bollinger said.
"So, we had a definite, defined problem there."
Materials like sand and pea rock, once common in play areas, aren't rated for 10-foot falls,
Bollinger said the deferred maintenance project aimed to reverse significant deterioration of the pool's multiple systems.
Installed in 1968, the pools had not undergone "any renovations to it since that time,"
"That one is kind of in limbo," Bollinger said.
The district has a request for proposals out for the former Lincoln school.
The proposal deadline is June 24.
"It's for sale or possible long-term lease.
We're looking for a developer that will come in and turn that building into a true community asset," Bollinger said.
"The RFP is open to anything."
School district officials want to demolish the former Shingle Creek School, but there's no script for what happens after the property is demolished.
"The strategy is to develop a strategy," Bollinger said.
The Neighborhood Advocate, 27 Apr 10
While preparing to sell, MPS is relocating its citywide Welcome Center, Community Education, and Adult Basic Education operations to 2225 East Lake.
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