LHiNC Monthly Meeting 3/2/16

The March meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council will be WEDNESDAY, March 2 at 7pm at Linden Hills Park. Please note that the meeting date has been changed to avoid conflicting with the March 1 precinct caucuses.

Mpls Reviews Waste Hauler Contract

The City is considering renewing its contract with Waste Management or opting instead for using Twin Cities based Eureka Recycling. Read the opinion piece by Linden Hills Power & Light Chair Keiko Veasey, Rep. Frank Hornstein, and Karen Monahan of the Sierra Club here. Continue reading

Precinct Caucuses Mar 1

Party precinct caucuses will be held the evening of Tuesday, March 1. To find your caucus location, you can go to caucusfinder.sos.state.mn.us. Continue reading

Coming Soon: Community Solar

Community Solar is coming to Linden Hills!

The first host site will be the Linden Hills Co-op. For more information about the program contact lhcommunitysolar@gmail.com. Continue reading

Calhoun-Harriet Recommendations

The Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan project recommendations are available here. CAC meeting #8 is Tuesday, February 16 6:30-8:30pm at Jones Harrison Residence. The public is welcome to attend and comment. Visit the project webpage for more info.
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Reminder: Stay Alert

The Minneapolis Police Department is reminding all residents to stay alert and make sure packages don’t get stolen. Read the safety tips here. Continue reading

Linden Hills Dancing Club

Linden Hills Dancing Club is not just a dancing club, but a group of fun-loving, friendly people who enjoy socializing and meeting new people. Visit lindenhillsdancingclub.org to learn more and find out about upcoming events! Continue reading

Home Energy Audits for $35!

This is an excellent time to make an appointment for a Home Energy Audit to get your home in shape for winter. You’ll get an assessment of your home’s energy efficiency and can have efficiency-boosting products installed on the spot. Thanks to funding from the LHiNC Environment & Sustainability Committee, Linden Hills residents pay only… Continue reading

43rd & Upton Building Approved

City Council gave final approval for the 4-story mixed-use building to be built on the corner of 43rd & Upton. Read the Star Tribune account here. Continue reading

Pollinator Friendly Resolution

On August 21, 2015, the Minneapolis City Council and Mayor Betsy Hodges took significant action in the fight to protect the sharply declining local bee population by passing a resolution committing Minneapolis to increasing bee-friendly plants in the city and decreasing pesticide use. Continue reading