Ramblings of Anna Pratt, Twin Cities journalist

JACC: Assault, theft and now a rogue board

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JACC: A rogue board has set up shop at Jordan New Life Church in Minneapolis’ Jordan neighborhood, according to a source who is close the action. This follows the former executive director’s fist fight with neighbors (after Monday’s elections) and later looting of the Jordan Area Community Council (JACC) office. (A computer and records were taken.) For more background, scroll down or check my earlier posts: 1, 2 and 3.

The rogue board/office includes the recently-fired executive director Jerry Moore (who was let-go after swinging punches at community members). Suspiciously, he and others have sent a letter to the city stating that they suddenly had to relocate the JACC office from 2009 James Ave. N. to the church, adding that mail or other communications should be directed there. City Council president Barb Johnson and Councilman Don Samuels sent a letter back, recognizing the newly-elected board members and not the Moore crew. More on the way.


Written by annapratt

January 17, 2009 at 2:19 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. […] records and the establishment of a rogue board/office at Jordan New Life Church, chronicled here: 1, 2, 3, and […]

  2. […] a rogue board/office has set up shop at Jordan New Life Church, claiming the JACC headquarters had to be temporarily […]

  3. […] attempt for a restraining order against board member Daniel Rother. Moore, who was fired after pulling punches against neighbors, is currently suing blogger Johnny Northside and commenter Donald Allen for […]

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