We interview Sue Watlov Phillips, Executive Director – Metropolitan Interfaith Council on Affordable Housing (MICAH) on the current affordable housing crisis and the growing number of people experiencing homelessness. Sue brings decades of housing advocacy experience to the conversation and shares reasons why people experience homelessness.
We interview Spark Y’s executive director, Zach Robinson, about Spark Y’s mission of youth empowerment, aquaponics, and tree hugging. Spark Y’s world headquarters are located right here in Logan Park. Part of Spark Y’s programming includes a summer youth internship. This summer, the interns will help construct a timber framed pavilion in Logan Park.
We interview Logan Park neighbors to find out how they are responding to the #StayHomeMN order, how they are connecting, and how they are finding ways to help the community.
Clark Bremer discusses the details of the Performance Pavilion planned for Logan Park in the Summer of 2020, including our partnership with local youth group, Spark-Y.
Nora Poole tells us about services offered at Neighborhood Health Service, located just blocks from Logan Park Neighborhood.
Tony Lipa, Northeast Realty, shares his perspective on the Northeast real estate market.
We learn why the US Census matters and how to get involved.
We sat down with Council Member Kevin Reich to discuss density and affordable housing.
This installment of the LPNA podcast includes an interview with Pastor Becky from Elim Church and how to help those experiencing homelessness in NE Minneapolis.
Our second Logan Park Neighborhood Podcast features Tammy Mclemore of Biking Northeast. Tammy explains some critical aspects of bike safety and discusses her advocacy work for fellow bicyclists.
What makes a Neighborhood great? What does a Neighborhood Association do? What challenges do Neighborhoods face?
We interview Jack Whitehurst, City of Minneapolis Neighborhood and Community Relations Department, Neighborhood Specialist.