EXCERPT: “A new Southeast Como development has raised resident concerns about the future of the predominantly single-family home neighborhood. The proposed residential development, which would replace two unoccupied single-family homes at 934 and 938 15th Ave. SE., includes two buildings of six four-bedroom units each and a smaller bike enclosure. Developers North Bay Companies and DJR Architecture will meet with the Minneapolis Planning Commission on Nov. 13 after hearing concerns from residents. Southeast Como Improvement Association met with the developers last summer to discuss safety, rezoning and parking, according to a SECIA letter sent to city planner Lindsey Wallace on Oct. 22. There were concerns the development did not meet the neighborhood’s small area plan, which was approved by the City of Minneapolis in July 2016.” FULLSTORY: http://bit.ly/2StFpVq