“Everyone looks for conflict of interests but never looks at common interests. This is our problem, the Black Minnesotans curse and rationale for how easy it is for anyone to gentrify any neighborhood in Black…
Often times fragile egos get in the way of getting things done. Politicians would rather be heard they are right then doing what is right for the people. Al Flowers has demonstrated the strength to pursue good ideas and is dedicated to do what is best for our communities.
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“The issues before us continue to be balancing fiscal responsibility with sound judgment. One example is the problem of the Minneapolis city council wanting to open a city owned bank; shouldn’t we worry about the current uninformed city council members and mayor and have them to work on items the people are interested in? It is clear that this kind of thing happens because of the city’s unwillingness to make cognitive improvement over the years.