Minneapolis City Council Rejects Plan To Provide MPD Bonuses

The Minneapolis City Council on Friday voted to reject a $15 million plan to help hire and retain the city’s police officers.

The emergency vote came after City Council members previously rejected the plan in a 7-5 vote earlier this week, saying those bonuses are not effective tools. Following that vote, Ward 11 Councilmember Emily Koski said they had little time to consider the proposal. 

The council voted down the measure 8-5 on Friday afternoon.

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