The City Council voted to keep target staffing levels at 888 after Mayor Jacob Frey threatened to veto the budget.
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 People's Budget, spearheaded by Black Visions Collective and Reclaim the Block, would cut more than $53 million from MPD's budget.
The pilot could replace the current co-responder program, Council Member Steve Fletcher said
She was a major force in the "dismantle the police" movement.
Assistant Chief Bryan Tyner will take over, following the current chief's retirement
The "tiny homes" will be paid for under the CARES Act.
The City Council passed a resolution Friday that will establish a truth and reconciliation process to address ongoing inequities among Black and Indigenous residents.
The decision to end negotiations on a property to house MPD's Third Precinct comes after community pushback.
Council members say residents are asking "Where are the police" and are reporting officers say they need more resources to respond to crime.
A decision was delayed by the Charter Commission, pushing it back beyond the ballot deadline.
This is a crucial week for the council's replacement plans.
The move was not without controversy.
The City Council will hold public hearings on the budget, and then vote on it later this month.
The City Council will next discuss the proposed changes Wednesday.
Three members are currently receiving protection.
Nine of 12 city councilors recently revealed plans to disband the city police department.
The coronavirus gap funding program was announced Friday.
Friday's deal ends an impasse over spending on police.
The city says the new ordinance will ease "financial and screening barriers" for prospective renters.
MPD Chief Medaria Arradondo told the City Council Wednesday the department is severely understaffed.
There have been a lot of significant discussions among council members.
The racially charged campaign mailer was sent out last week.
A major business group calls it a "one-size-fits-all mandate."