Group Seeks NE Investors for Cooperative Effort

Central Avenue in North East Minneapolis is a bustling corridor lined with businesses that offer a wide variety of services and exotic foods.  There are also some empty storefronts and vacant buildings.  Sixteen thousand cars go through the area each day – but most of them don’t stop or shop.   A group of people who live and work in the area want to change that.   They’ve formed the North East Investment Co-op, or NEIC

Two members of the group  - Amy Fields and Joe Bove, talked with KFAI’s Bob Hines about the problems their group is trying to solve.

 

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