How do I join a committee?
LHiNC has several standing committees and ad hoc committees as needed. Each is comprised of LHiNC
board members and neighborhood residents like you. These committees do a great deal of the implementation of LHiNC and
NRP projects. These committees have significant input and primary responsibility for implementing board approved projects.
Most meet once a month or less.
All it takes to become a member is attendance at two consecutive meetings. At the third meeting you
are a voting member! Any Linden Hills resident, 18 or over, may join a committee by requesting appointment or by
attending 3 consecutive meetings. Often residents bring good ideas to these committees that become reality.
You can also free free to attend any Committee meetings without an obligation of becoming a member.
Fostering Urban Networks
Block Clubs & Safety Sub-Group
The goal of this committee is to strengthen our community by connecting individuals, organizations, institutions
and businesses and forging new partnerships and alliances that develop and increase sustainability and safety. The group works to promote block clubs, crime prevention and safety in the neighborhood.
Rod Qualle, Lead
Writes articles for and organizes distribution of the neighborhood newsletter, Linden Hills
Line. Committee meetings occur the Thursday following the article deadline for the next issue of LHL.
Visit our Calendar to view when
the committee is meeting next.
Kelly Keegan, Chair
Implements LHiNC/NRP projects related to the lakes, parks, or environmental health of the neighborhood.
Meets the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Linden Hills Park at 7:00 p.m.
Visit our calendar to confirm dates.
Christina Cassano, Chair
Finance and Budgeting
Oversees the finances of LHiNC and the Linden Hills NRP funds. Reviews requests for donations and makes funding recommendations
to the Board. Contact the Committee Chair or check out our calendar for the next Committee date.
Adam Wiatrowski, Chair
Reviews residential zoning variance requests. Want to build your garage taller than the city allows? You'll come to this
committee first to get the neighborhood's approval. Visit the Zoning Committee
page if you have a zoning issue or variance request. Meets the third Monday of the month at the Linden Hills Park at
7:00 p.m. Visit our calendar to confirm dates.
Larry LaVercombe, Chair