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African Development Center (ADC)
Hussein Samatar, Executive Director
1931 S. 5th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Phone: (612) 333-4772 ext. 107

Link: http://www.adcminnesota.org/
African Development Center works within the African communities of Minnesota to start and sustain successful businesses, build assets and promote community reinvestment.
Association for Responsible Management (ARM)
Phone: (763) 569-3330
The City of Brooklyn Center meets bimonthly with ARM members to discuss pertinent information regarding owning and managing rental property. Meetings are held in the Council Chambers at City Hall:
6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy.
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
Cable Television Service
Comcast
Phone: (651) 222-3333
Link: http://www.comcast.com/default.cspx
Through cable television Channels 12 and 16, watch City Council meetings, view the Community Billboard, and watch City Videos.
City of Brooklyn Center
6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
Phone: (763) 569-3300
 
Community Mediation Services, Inc.
Phone: (763) 561-0033
Link: http://www.mediationprogram.com/
 
Electric Service
Xcel Energy
Phone: (800) 895-4999
Emergency/Power Outage: (800) 895-1999
Link: http://www.xcelenergy.com/Minnesota/Company/Pages/Home.aspx
 
Hennepin County Brookdale Service Center
6125 Shingle Creek Pkwy
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
Phone: (612) 348-8240
 
Home Line
Phone: (612) 728-5767
Link: http://www.homelinemn.org/
Home Line offers tenant information and advice.
Inspection scheduling
Phone: (763) 569-3344
 
Latino Economic Development Corporation
Ramon Leon, Founder, President and CEO
1516 E. Lake St.
Suite 201
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Phone: (612) 724-5332

Link: http://www.ledc-mn.org/
To establish, stabilize, and expand businesses through orientations, classes, development consulting, technical assistance, and access to capital for new and existing entrepreneurs. To revitalize or develop community "public markets" and commercial corridors in the Twin Cities and rural Minnesota that allow for Latino businesses to fully participate in the business community. To create a process and structure with which the Latino business community may access other institutions (such as banks, foundations, and elected officials).
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