DMNA Annual Meeting on October 15: Two DMNA Board Members seeking re-election

The DMNA 2018 Annual Meeting is coming up on Monday, October 15, at Open Book.  There are three board seats up for election this year.  There are two incumbent board members seeking re-election:


Tomasz was elected to the DMNA Board at the October 27, 2016 Annual Meeting.  Tomasz moved to Minneapolis in 1985 from the East Side of St. Paul, and use to work at Dayton-Hudson Corp.

Tomasz has resided at The Archie Givens’ Atrium Apartments/314 Hennepin Ave., of the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority {MPHA} since 2002. MPHA owns and manages 42 Low-Income High Rises in Minneapolis, totaling 42 Buildings and 5000 Tenants. Tomasz has been awesomely blessed to Serve 4 cycles (or 8 years) Upon the Tenant Organization; Minneapolis High Rise Representative Council {MHRC} as an MHRC Board Delegate, bringing info Up into MHRC from the Atrium Apartments Resident Council to MHRC, and MANDATORY Information back down to the level of the individual tenant while also being a trusted servant of the Atrium Resident Council Officers and the Board or Tenants at-large out of 299 Units/Apartments.

For at Least 4—8 Year Cycles, Tomasz has also been blessed, to chair the MHRC City-Wide Security Advisory Committee, which also has a seat upon the MHRC Executive Committee. These actions/activities have Taught Tomasz, to greater appreciate the diversity within the city of Minneapolis, as well as the needs of low-income renters’ or tenants residing within the city of Minneapolis.

Joey lives at the Crossings, at 121 Washington Ave S, and works as a substation engineer for Xcel Energy. I love living and working in Downtown Minneapolis, and watching it grow and change. He’s running for the DMNA board to help make Downtown West and East a livable, welcoming communities for neighbors new and old.

If you have an interest in filling the third seat up for election, please send your name, contact info, a brief bio and a statement explaining why you would like to sit on the DMNA Board to