"Safety is a top priority through this very difficult time in our city," said Frey.
This lawsuit is the first one against Mayor Frey and the City of Minneapolis for property damage related to the civil unrest last summer.
Kroll said that once he's retired he'll go "radio silent."
The budget includes the "Safety for All" amendment, which would cut nearly $8 million from the city's police budget to fund alternative safety programs.
The City of Minneapolis and Hennepin County are named in the suit.
Assistant Chief Bryan Tyner will take over, following the current chief's retirement
City leaders hope it's the beginning of change and improved relations between police and residents.
Walz spoke Friday on WCCO Radio.
The majority of cases linked to the bars are young adults.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has announced indoor bar areas will be closed beginning Aug. 1
Everyone is urged to obey curfew or risk being swept up in a massive response.
Such a decision hasn't been made by federal government since 1992.
Numerous buildings were set ablaze on the fourth night of unrest after the killing of George Floyd.
Numerous businesses are burning for a third consecutive day in Minneapolis.
He said the state will be taking a more active role in the unrest.