On October 12, Linden Hills residents cast their ballots to fill half the seats on the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council Board. LHiNC is a group of 15 board members elected by the community at the annual meeting. Each year, residents vote to fill seats for half the board, and board members serve a 2-year term.

LHiNC would like to congratulate the winners from Thursday’s election:

  • Ed Bell (Incumbent)
  • Steve Birch (Incumbent)
  • Leah Fish
  • Laura Monn Ginsburg
  • Lauren Linderman
  • Tippy Madden (Incumbent)
  • Patricia K. Miller
  • Jeff Stites (Incumbent)

Thank you for getting involved in your community!

LHiNC is a non-profit formed to represent the interests of Linden Hills residents, property owners and business owners. Its purpose is to:

  • be a voice in civic affairs affecting our community,
  • increase community involvement, and
  • promote social, cultural, recreational and educational opportunities in the area.

The next LHiNC Board meeting will be held November 14 from 7-9pm at the Linden Hills Park Building.

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