Group Seeks NE Investors for Cooperative Effort
July 31, 2012
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.
KFAI Web Exclusive
Can't get enough of the programs you hear on the air? Then check out KFAI's Web Exclusive programming for the no-holds-barred, uncut content that you won't find anywhere else! New episodes are uploaded every Thursday, so look beyond the radio-dial!
Listen to News podcasts