By Nancy Tannler People do have the power to change decisions that governments make. A case in point is the Eiffel Tower, originally built for the 1889 World’s Fair and scheduled to be taken down afterwards. Its function as a radio tower and the outrage of Paris citizens kept [...]
After years of construction and disruption, Division Street is once again Open for Business! The neighborhood survived the chaos –...
By David S. Mayne A milestone was reached as Franklin students begin their final year at the 100-year old Franklin campus before...
By Karen Hery SE Portland has a long history of fostering, preserving and protecting everything from bike lanes to open space...
By Karen Hery The Sunnyside neighborhood is especially magical on Halloween. Old Victorians...
By David S. Mayne A milestone was reached as Franklin students begin their final year at...
By Colin Staub These days, SE Portland has a lot less street parking than it used to. Bioswales,...
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By Joanna Beatty The Montavilla neighborhood is as unique as the people that live here. What...
By Susan Lindsay Join us at for the October 9 BCA meeting from 7- 9 pm where we’ll discuss...
By Kate Mitchell MTNA Land use co-chair Stephanie Stewart provided background on a disputed...
BABA President: Constance Ihrke Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Second Thur, 9 am Historic Belmont Firehouse, 900 SE 35th www.belmontbusiness.org Trinkets And Treats: Businesses from 33rd to 48th on Belmont will have candy and alternatives to candy for early trick or treating on Halloween October [...]Read more ›
HBBA Pres.: Cassie Ridgeway email@example.com Meetings: Second Wed. at 8 am Fred Meyer, SE Cesar Chavez Blvd & Hawthorne 503.775.7633 www.thinkhawthorne.com The Board and other interested business representatives and community members are getting geared up for the Hawthorne Holiday Stroll and the 3rd Edition of the Hawthorne Holiday Gift [...]Read more ›
DCBA Pres.: Todd Cleek email firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: 3rd Tuesday OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond 7:30 am 3930 SE Division www.divisionclinton.com Our road construction has come to a close, and that gives our hard working Division/Clinton Business Association Board an excuse to throw a party. OPEN FEST is Friday October [...]Read more ›
By Midge Pierce The Water Bureau’s final construction plan for decommissioning the Mt. Tabor Reservoirs has been submitted to the Portland Land Use Review Board. This means the clock has started ticking on the storage of drinking water in Portland’s century old, open air reservoirs. The public will have [...]Read more ›
By Karen Hery The Sunnyside neighborhood is especially magical on Halloween. Old Victorians look spooky in the dark and, at the same time, festive and welcoming with porches lit up on Halloween night. Trick or treating families can get an early start this Halloween with Trinkets and Treats, a new holiday event of the Belmont [...]Read more ›
By Joanna Beatty The Montavilla neighborhood is as unique as the people that live here. What is your vision for the future of this place we call home? Montavilla Neighborhood Association (MNA) is actively recruiting for elected board member positions to help move our work forward. Your time, talent [...]Read more ›
By Susan Lindsay Join us at for the October 9 BCA meeting from 7- 9 pm where we’ll discuss traffic issues and potential mitigation barriers for SE Ankeny St. Mary Faulkner, with the Lone Fir Cemetery Foundation, is available to attend this meeting and will give an update on [...]Read more ›
By Kate Mitchell MTNA Land use co-chair Stephanie Stewart provided background on a disputed bed and breakfast application submitted for a property at 536 SE 55th Ave. Nearby residents at the Sept. 17 meeting voiced concerns including noise of people arriving during off hours, high turnover of strangers in [...]Read more ›
By Denise Hare Richmond Neighborhood Association (www.richmondpdx.org) held its monthly meeting Sept. 8. Sewallcrest Park Safety: Galina Burley, Security Manager at Portland Parks & Recreation, described recent concerns about Sewallcrest Park, in addition to providing guidelines about how neighbors can respond to those concerns. If you observe a crime [...]Read more ›
By Tony Jordan Sunnyside Neighborhood was host to great events in the last month-or-so – from the first car-free Hawthorne Street Fair, to SE Sunday Parkways, the Belmont Street Fair and many neighborhood block parties. Thank you to all who sponsor, plan, and volunteer for these events, they really [...]Read more ›