In February, the put the city of Fridley into a single state Senate district and a single state House district.
Now Anoka County and the City of Fridley are proposing political boundaries within Fridley that take into account the .
(See the PDF maps with this post. The county's map shows population counts and block-by-block detail. The city's map shows polling place locations.)
The Fridley City Council will consider the 2012 redistricting map on March 12 and March 26, according to a post at the City of Fridley website, before an April 4 deadline to submit the plan to Anoka County and the State of Minnesota.
"We have reviewed our wards and found that there is less than 1% deviation of the population within each ward," the City of Fridley redistricting post says, but one change is this:
Because there is longer a legislative split between Ward 2 Precinct 4 and Ward 2 Precinct 5, the City Council will be combining those two precincts back into one precinct. The voters will continue to vote at North Park Elementary.
What do you think? Leave a comment below. (To make an official comment, you need to contact the City of Fridley directly.)