Historical Property Under Review

On February 14, the Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission voted to deny the pending demolition permit. Read the staff report about the Brenda Ueland house. The Southwest Journal covers this property in its Feb 7 article Spotlight on Teardowns. Continue reading

Mpls What To Do List

Visit the City’s What To Do List website for help determining how to dispose of myriad household items. Super helpful! Continue reading

Poetry for a Long Winter

Enjoy poetry from our community members in the Southwest Journal’s winter poetry issue. Continue reading

Go Green Minneapolis!

Make it your 2017 New Year’s resolution to reduce the amount of waste you generate and pledge to reduce, reuse, repair, recycle and compost as many materials as you can before throwing them away.

Here are a few ways to make this resolution achievable in Minneapolis:

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LHiNC Board Meeting 3/7

The March monthly meeting will be Tuesday, March 7 at 7pm at Linden Hills Park. Join us! All LHiNC meetings are open to the public. Continue reading

Newsletter Available Now

Get all the neighborhood news by reading the November/December edition of the Linden Hills Line! The complete archives are available at lindenhills.org/newsletter. Continue reading

Shredded Tire Waste Education & Action Session

On Feb 1 at 6:30pm please join the LHiNC Environment Committee and Play It Safe Minneapolis for an Education and Action Session advocating for the removal and replacement of shredded waste tires and crumb rubber on playgrounds.
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A Linden Hills Landmark

For its 100th birthday, the building that houses the Lake Harriet Spiritual Community will get a facelift.

Read about the restoration effort at the Southwest Journal.

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Stay Active This Winter!

The Mpls Park & Recreation Board has plenty of activities for your child to enjoy during Winter Break School Release Days. Check out their activities, field trips, and camps at Southwest area parks. Continue reading

Reusable Bag Project

Linden Hills Power & Light is leading the way towards reducing single-use bags in the neighborhood!

Learn more here and join their neighborhood bag sewing bee on January 19!

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