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Hamline Midway Coalition Jan. 2019

Posted on 13 January 2019 by Calvin

By MELISSA CORTES, Community Organizer

Hamline Midway Coalition meets monthly on topics of development, transportation, and the environment.
• The Transportation Committee meets the first Tuesday of each month.
• The Development Committee meets the second Thursday of each month.
• The Board of Directors meets the third Tuesday of each month.
• The Environment Committee meets the fourth Monday of each month.

There are openings on all committees so please contact us if you have interest in attending or joining a committee. Great things can happen here!

Visit our website www.hamlinemidway.org/committees for more information about where they meet and what topics are being discussed.

Meetings are open to the public.

Neighborhood Honor Roll 2019
Each year, Saint Paul District Councils join together to celebrate and recognize the outstanding neighbors and volunteers that go above and beyond in our communities to make Saint Paul a better place to live, work, learn, and play. This event will be held at the University of St. Thomas Anderson Center: Woulfe Hall on Jan. 25, at 5:30pm. Tickets are available now for anyone to attend and can be found at www.hamlinemidway.org.

Please contact us if you have questions. Hamline Midway Honorees will be announced in the coming days. Find out more information on our website and social media.

Project of the Year
Pierce Butler Meadows Planting in Hamline Midway is nominated for Capitol Region Watershed District’s (CRWD) Project of the Year.
With over 90 volunteers in a week, 30 shrubs, 4 trees, and 1,560 native species were planted at the site. We want to thank Steve Mitrione, Professor Valentine Cadieux, Hamline University and Elementary students, Hmong College Prep Academy, Hamline Midway Coalition Board and Committee members, and the Hamline Midway residents for supporting this planting. Winner for CRWD’s Project of the Year will be announced this month.

This hard work and dedication to protecting and improving our lakes and the Mississippi River make this a project to celebrate with pride. Thank you!

Capital Watershed District

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