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LCC Weekly Events Roundup March 24-30

ANNOUNCEMENTS  Sign Up for LCC’s Resource Fair! LCC’s Annual Membership Meeting No Pie Charts! Only Pies! will be held on Tuesday, April 25th at Minnehaha Academy North, 3100 West River Parkway, from 6:30-8:30pm. Once again, we will host a Resource Fair from 5:30-6:30pm. This year, we ask participating organizations to give a suggested donation of $20/nonprofits… Read more »

Public Hearing announced for former Rainbow Foods site

The City of Minneapolis Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the applications submitted by Wellington Management, Inc. for a new charter school at 2900-2912 28th Avenue South and 2913-2941 26th Avenue South. Please see meeting details in the letter below. Comments may also be submitted in writing to  

Longfellow Community Council Board of Directors Job Description

Title:   Member, Longfellow Community Council Board of Directors Reports to:    Membership Objective:    To protect the assets of the Longfellow community, to represent the interests of identified constituencies, to promote the steady growth of the Longfellow Community Council, and to be catalysts for active citizen participation in the community. Responsibilities:      (These responsibilities are outlined in detail… Read more »

Open Seats LCC Board of Directors May 2017 – April 2018

The Longfellow Community Council (LCC) has a 15 member Board of Directors. Annual elections are held in April at LCC’s General Membership meeting. Candidates running for specific neighborhood seats will be required to participate in a short neighborhood caucus. All other available seats are elected from the floor during the General Membership meeting. To run… Read more »

LCC is hiring a Communications and Office Manager!

Job Title:                      Communications and Office Manager Reports to:                   LCC Executive Director Hours:                          40 hours per week, some evenings and weekends required Salary:                          $33 – 39,000/year DOQ The Communications and Office Manager is tasked with expanding and deepening the connection between residents, businesses and the Longfellow Community Council (LCC) in Greater Longfellow. The Communications and… Read more »

Local Safety Community Survey Fall 2016

Take LCC’s Local Safety Community Survey, and get the chance to win a free Longfellow sweatshirt! This survey was designed to see how safe you feel in your own neighborhood. Survey responses are due by Tuesday, November 8th in order to be entered in a raffle drawing for a free hoodie. Loading…

LCC is Hiring a Program Manager!

Job Title: Program Manager Reports To: Executive Director Hours Per Week: 40+ Salary: $33,000 to 37,000/year DOQ Longfellow Community Council The Longfellow Community Council (LCC) is a community-based, 501(c) 3 citizen participation organization that represents the interests of community members, including approximately 400 business owners and 20,000 residents who live, work, learn and play within the Longfellow, Cooper,… Read more »

LCC Weekly Roundup, June 24-30

ANNOUNCEMENTS LCC Seeks Volunteer Music Performers for Summer Celebration Are you a musician, or do you know a musician, who’s interested in volunteering at LCC’s Summer Celebration? The event is from 5:30-8pm Tuesday, June 28th at Fireroast Café, 3800 37th Ave S. This is a great way to get some exposure while meeting your neighbors…. Read more »

LCC Seeks Marketing and Events Intern

Reports To: Communications Manager Hours Per Week: 10-25 (some evening hours required) Pay Rate: Unpaid The Longfellow Community Council (LCC) is the Citizen Participation or Neighborhood Organization for the Greater Longfellow Community. Job Description The Marketing and Events Intern will work directly with the Communications Manager to coordinate annual events, including the Longfellow Garage Sale,… Read more »

LCC Weekly Round Up July 17-23

LCC’s Community Happy Hour is 7/21 @ Longfellow Grill! It’s the perfect weather for getting outside and enjoying summer. And we have the perfect place for you to do it: this Tuesday, July 21st, from 5:30-7:30pm at Longfellow Grill! We’re having our monthly Community Happy Hour and we hope you’ll join us! It’s a great… Read more »

Closing of 29th Avenue S at Midtown Greenway

Minneapolis Public Works  is exploring a test closure of 29th Ave S at the Midtown Greenway. This will help inform planning work that seeks to improve conditions for walking and biking around Seward Montessori School and along the Midtown Greenway. Currently, the majority of vehicles traveling along 29th Ave S appear to be cutting through… Read more »

LBA Volunteer Spotlight: Kathy Nelson

Name: Kathryn L Nelson – Kathy Nelson works Neighborhood: I live in Hiawatha. Committees Volunteered For: Longfellow Business Association (LBA) since day one, 1993 Currently Working On: Board of Directors, Co-Chair, Membership Committee Founding member, LBA – worked with other business leaders to develop the concept and purpose of a business association. Our first area of… Read more »

Block Club Leaders Neighborhood Event Oct. 28

Tuesday, October 28th from  6:30-8:00 pm at Living Table UCC (4001 38th Ave S) Co-sponsored by LCC and the 3rd Precinct, this event will provide interested residents with an overview of the Block Club program, tips and resources for community involvement and small steps that residents can take to improve community safety and livability. Everyone is… Read more »

Apply for Green Partners environmental education funding

Funding, project support and free resources are available through the Green Partners Environmental Education Program for projects that empower residents to reduce waste, increase recycling, reduce toxicity, reduce climate change pollution and improve air and water quality. The Green Partners Program consists of three groups with varying levels of support and requirements: Branch Group: Receive… Read more »

Job Opening with Lake Street Council

Communications and Program Coordinator Lake Street Council The Lake Street Council is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to engage, serve, and advocate for the greater Lake Street commercial corridor of South Minneapolis and its neighborhoods. Programs include business recruitment, retention and expansion, civic engagement and advocacy, transportation planning, sustainability projects, marketing, Lake Street stewardship, and… Read more »