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Annual Meeting and Board Elections – Thursday, April 18th

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Summit Brewery
910 Montreal Circle
St Paul, MN 55102

Social Hour – 6:30 – 7:00 pm (free appetizers and beverages for purchase)
Elections – 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Grid elections for all even grids and two At-Large seats.

Agenda will include:

Vote on proposed Highland Grid changes effective 2019
View Draft Changes to By-Laws here.

Mayor Carter and representatives from Councilman Tolbert’s office and the Saint Paul Police – Western District will be speaking.

 

Prospective Board Member Meeting

Highland Bakery and Cafe
April 9th, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Would you like to find out about the responsibilities of an HDC board member? Please attend an informal information session at the Highland Cafe and Bakery. Ask questions of current board members, find out what great programs the HDC is involved in, and volunteer!

If you have questions about the Annual Meeting or the Prospective Board Member Meeting contact Kathy at 651-695-4005 or email info@highlanddistrictcouncil.org.

New Resident Welcome

Come to the Highland Bakery and Café on Friday, March 23rd from 6:30-8:30pm to meet your neighbors and learn more about our neighborhood. All are welcome! No matter how you define “new” you’re invited to socialize and connect with other Highland residents. Just moved in to an apartment? Join us! Lived her fifteen years but looking to be more involved? Join us! Lifelong resident of Highland Park? Join us, and share with new folks what makes Highland a great place to live and work. The event is hosted by members of the Highland District Council Community Engagement Committee and we look forward to meeting you!Spring 2018

Upcoming Meetings

The agenda for the Transportation Committee meeting on January 9th will include discussion of the sidewalk plan for Cretin Derham Hall, Holy Spirit and Expo neighborhood area.

The January 16th Development Committee agenda will include discussions on the proposed renovation of the Frisbee golf course, the St. Kate’s parking lot plan, and the rezoning and development at the Albion/Lexington site.