Como Community Council Corner, Dec. 2018


By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director

What matters most to you?

What do you think about Como—the good, the not-so-good, what you’d keep, what you’d change? A new District 10 survey gives you the chance to voice your opinions and ideas about neighborhood trends, amenities, issues, characteristics, and possibilities. The goal: Give those of us at the Como Community Council a better understanding of how, where, and why to prioritize (or re-prioritize) goals and work for 2019 and beyond. Take the survey online at

Upcoming District 10 meetings

• Como Community Council Monthly Meeting: Tues., Dec. 18. The meeting is expected to include recommendations on variances Twin Cities German Immersion School is seeking for its proposed expansion.

• Environment Committee: Wed., Dec. 19. (Because of the holidays, this meeting was rescheduled.)

• Land Use Committee: Wed., Jan. 2.

• Neighborhood Relations and Safety Committee: Tues., Jan 8. (Because of the holidays, this meeting was rescheduled.)

All meetings typically begin at 7pm at the Como Park Streetcar Station, which is at the northeast corner of Lexington and Horton. Renters, homeowners, and other community members are always welcome to attend and participate. Whenever possible, agendas are posted in advance in the “Board News” section of District 10’s website.

Streetcar Station open once a month

With the change of seasons, the Como Park Streetcar Station is now open only on the first Sunday of each month. But it is still a great chance to pick up organics recycling bags or kitchen starter kits, or chat with a District 10 board member who is staffing the day. Hours remain the same: noon to 4pm. Upcoming dates are Jan. 6 and Feb. 3. The Historic Streetcar Station is at the northeast corner of Lexington and Horton.


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