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LHiNC Board Meeting Apr 5

The next meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) is Wednesday, April 5 at 7pm at Linden Hills Park. All are welcome. Join us!

City Council Restores Neighborhood Funds

City Council recently approved restoring neighborhood funds that were restricted in 2010.

For Linden Hills, this restoration means an additional $40,000 will be available annually for the next four years to support neighborhood projects and priorities!

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Car Ownership: OPTIONAL!

Anyone can become an HOURCAR member and use the car for a flat rate of $8.50 per hour. Gas and insurance are included at no additional charge. Look for the light blue Toyota Prius at its hub in the parking lot at Settergren’s Hardware. HOURCAR is offering half off annual membership fees through March 31, 2017!

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TC Bicycling Club Swap Meet

On Sat., Mar 25, buy, sell, or donate new or used bicycling gear, such as ready-to-ride bikes, frames, component parts, tag-a-longs and trailers, accessories, cycling clothing and shoes, and bicycling books and videos. Continue reading

Help our Library: Donate Books!

Proceeds benefit the collection and programs of the Linden Hills Library and Hennepin County Library. You can help by donating your used books between April 10 and May 19 to the Linden Hills Co-op or Creative Kidstuff. Continue reading

Shredded Tire Waste Resources

If you attended the education and action session hosted by the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council Environment & Sustainability Committee and Play It Safe Minneapolis, here are additional resources as well as a Sample Letter to the Minneapolis School Board.

Read the February 15, 2017 Southwest Journal article about this issue.

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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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