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As the holiday season approaches, many often think of ways to give back to their community. This year the City of Golden Valley offers multiple holiday outreach programs to help community members in need.
The Golden Valley League of Women Voters will host a discussion on mental health Nov 28, 6:30-8 pm, in the City Hall Council Chambers. Panelists Sue Abderholden of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and Golden Valley Police Chief Jason Sturgis will present an overview of mental health in our community, followed by a Q & A session with the audience.
As people give thanks during the holidays, many often think of ways to give back to their community. The City of Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments are involved in multiple holiday outreach programs to help community members in need.
Along with adopting a new City Code, on Oct 16 the Golden Valley City Council passed an ordinance prohibiting residents from feeding wild animals.
From Nov 1-March 31, parking is prohibited on Golden Valley public streets and alleys from 2-6 am daily. Parking is also prohibited on any public street after a snowfall of at least two inches until the snow has been plowed to the curb line.
On the morning of Sept 23, 2000, the body of Keke Jefferson-Moore was discovered in Wirth Lake in Golden Valley by two morning walkers. A call was made to local dispatch at 9:50 am advising the Golden Valley Police Department of a possible drowning. An autopsy determined Keke had been murdered. Nearly 20 years later, the case remains unsolved, but the GVPD is not giving up and the investigation is ongoing.