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Affordable Housing

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Frey will work to create housing at 30% area medium income

Affordable Housing Facebook Live Video (Social Media Post)

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Police Accountability & Criminal Justice Reform

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Frey will incentivize police officers to live in the City of Minneapolis

WCCO Facebook Live Interview, 12 Nov 2017 (Interview)

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Frey will reduce MPD’s reliance on routine patrol assistance from the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office

Facebook Live video: “Tom Hoch says we need a plan for downtown safety...” (Social Media Post)

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Frey will “hire more officers of color”

Facebook Live video: “Tom Hoch says we need a plan for downtown safety...” (Social Media Post)

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Frey will “implement substantial bail reform”

Public Safety & Police Reform (Campaign Website)

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Crime Prevention

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Frey will create “municipal summer employment for at-risk youth”

An Eight-and-a-Half Block Plan to Combat Downtown Crime (Campaign Website)

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Frey will “develop a public-private network of security cameras” “for crime-solving only, not for surveillance”

Facebook Live video: “Tom Hoch says we need a plan for downtown safety...” (Social Media Post)

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Frey will “improve identification and tracking of illegally owned guns”

Public Safety & Police Reform (Campaign Website)

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Frey will “improve MPD protocols for evidence collection”

Public Safety & Police Reform (Campaign Website)

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Frey will “stagger bar closing times to reduce rush of crowds emptying onto the streets”

An Eight-and-a-Half Block Plan to Combat Downtown Crime (Campaign Website)

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Frey will “improve night time illumination in high-crime areas”

An Eight-and-a-Half Block Plan to Combat Downtown Crime (Campaign Website)

Urban Growth & Livability

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Frey will work to ensure seniors are able to navigate their neighborhoods

WCCO Facebook Live Interview, 12 Nov 2017 (Interview)

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Frey will explore turning Nicollet Mall into an entirely pedestrian mall

Jacob on his vision for Nicollet Mall (Social Media Post)

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Frey will “extend support for trail and bikeway access”

Multi-Modal Transportation (Campaign Website)

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Transparency & Accountability

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Frey will “prioritize fulfilling and complying with all [data] requests”

Transparency and Council Relations (Campaign Website)

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Frey “won’t hide from press”

Transparency and Council Relations (Campaign Website)

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Frey will “personally hold open-ended press sessions at least once every month”

Transparency and Council Relations (Campaign Website)

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Frey will “hold at least one town hall for every Ward in the City every year”

Transparency and Council Relations (Campaign Website)

Constituent Services

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Frey will maintain a high level of accessibility as mayor

WCCO Facebook Live Interview, 12 Nov 2017 (Interview)

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Environment

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Frey will “support community solar projects, especially low-income projects”

Green Growth & Urban Agriculture (Campaign Website)

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Put Minneapolis’s municipal buildings on track to achieve 100% clean energy use

Green Growth & Urban Agriculture (Campaign Website)

Economy and Small Businesses

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Frey will support a Somali-owned and operated mall

Somali TV: Council Member Abdi Warsame Endorses Jacob Frey for Mayor (Speech)

Legislative Work

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Frey will “not rul[e] with an iron fist” and commits to “work together” with City Council

Star Tribune: New Minneapolis leaders pledge work on affordable housing, public safety and police reform (News Article)

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Jacob Frey will give “all council members … access to the mayor’s office, just like the mayor’s office has access to the council chambers”

Star Tribune: “New Minneapolis leaders pledge work on affordable housing, public safety and police reform” (News Article)