• Weekly Roundup, December 2-8
    Weekly Roundup, December 2-8

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December 2016

November 2016

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LCC Weekly Roundup, December 2-8

ANNOUNCEMENTS Bike Lanes on 38th Street: Community Input Survey Would you like to share input for bike lanes going in on E 38th Street? Fill out a survey here. LCC hosted its Bike Lanes on 38th Street: Community Input Meeting on Wednesday, November 30th at Brackett Park. The meeting offered a chance for residents to… Read more »

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LCC Weekly Roundup, November 25 to December 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS Join the Longfellow Shoveling Volunteer Network Do you need help shoveling snow this winter season? Are you interested in volunteering to shovel your neighbors’ yards? If so, join the Longfellow Shoveling Volunteer Network! This program is a free, neighbor-based effort to connect individuals who may struggle with the physical demands of shoveling to volunteers… Read more »

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LCC Weekly Roundup, November 18-24

ANNOUNCEMENTS Support LCC on Give to the Max Day! Give to the Max is Thursday, November 17th, and we hope you’ll donate to our organization! LCC is Greater Longfellow’s neighborhood organization, and we’re dedicated to making Longfellow the best neighborhood it can be. LCC is the neighborhood’s “go-to” source for questions about development, safety, livability, and… Read more »

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Bike Lanes on 38th Street: Community Input Meeting

Join the Longfellow Community Council’s Neighborhood Development and Transportation Committee for a community input meeting to discuss proposed bike lanes on 38th Street. The meeting will take place from 6-8pm Wednesday, November 30th at Brackett Park, 2728 38th Ave. S. The meeting will offer a chance for residents to learn about project details through City… Read more »

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LCC Weekly Roundup, November 11-17

ANNOUNCEMENTS Support LCC on Give to the Max Day! Give to the Max is Thursday, November 17th, and we hope you’ll donate to our organization! LCC is Greater Longfellow’s neighborhood organization, and we’re dedicated to making Longfellow the best neighborhood it can be. LCC is the neighborhood’s “go-to” source for questions about development, safety, livability, and… Read more »

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