by Melissa Bockwinkel Thank you to everyone who has submitted ideas for our Mural Project! The muralists brought their design to our last Board meeting and it is looking fantastic. We feel confident with our RACC grant application and are still seeking outside donations for this project. Anyone [...]
By Joanna Beatty Montavilla Neighborhood Association’s Neighborhood Cleanup will be Saturday, May 18, 9 am...
By Susan Lindsay Proposed adjustments to current parking code regarding new multi-unit construction come before...
By Aron Goffin The March STNA general meeting had many in the audience eager to hear updates and provide feedback...
By Kate Mitchell MTNA gears up for its annual Neighborhood Cleanup, April 27 from 9 am to 1 pm at Mt. Tabor Middle School. It will be a joint effort with the North Tabor Neighborhood Association. Paul Leistner displayed a large sign at out March 20 meeting that will [...]Read more ›
By Judah Gold-Markel Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on March 11 at Waverly Heights Church at SE 33rd and Woodward St. RNA meetings are held in the church basement; enter from the east-side door. The RNA’s website is www.richmondpdx.org. Announcements were made regarding a pilot project to [...]Read more ›
By Melissa Bockwinkel We had a great turnout for the Meet the Muralist open house Sunday, February 24 for the Mural Project at NE 47th and Burnside. The Muralist had a preliminary draft based on survey results received and took notes of the feedback from interested neighbors. [...]Read more ›
By Bonnie Bray Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on Feb. 11 at Waverly Heights Church, SE 33rd and Woodward St. RNA meetings are held in the church basement; enter from the east-side door. The RNA’s website is www.richmondpdx.org. Nicole Blanchard from the Portland Bureau of Transportation [...]Read more ›
By Susan Lindsay Buckman Community Association gathers for its monthly meeting Thursday, March 14, 7 pm in the Multnomah County Board Room, 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd. The Board meets from 6 pm. The agenda includes discussion about the building of zero-parking large scale apartments on transit streets including SE [...]Read more ›
By Dave Kaplan The HAND Board has passed a resolution requesting that regulatory bodies make a comprehensive study of the impact of coal trains passing through our neighborhoods on it’s way to power plants in Asia. The resolution questions the wisdom of promoting fossil fuel use in countries with lax [...]Read more ›