Mt. Tabor By Laura S. Smith July’s neighborhood association meeting opened on a cool note. Experiencing one of the hottest summers on record in the Portland area, Mt. Tabor neighbors were excited to hear that Ruby Jewel will be opening their newest store on SE Hawthorne and 47th. They hope […]
KERNS By Heather Waisanen Come out and celebrate National Night Out with the Kerns Neighborhood Association and your...
HAND By Paul Coleman The public HAND board meeting occurred on Tuesday, July 21. and focused on the Vision Zero Initiative...
Richmond By Jonathan King Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting July 13 at Waverly Heights Church....
South Tabor By Ute Munger The July meeting had PP&R Project Manager Susan Meamber and her colleague Maija Spencer re-introduce the long proposed and hoped for pedestrian/bike path connecting SE Division St. at 64th Ave. to Mt. Tabor, aided by possibly Rapidflash Beacons to cross the ever busier Division St. […]Read more ›
By Susan Lindsay Board elections last month saw the BCA add five new first-time board members. The Association welcomes Joe Bloniarz, Matt Brischetto, Matt Johnson, Julie Radloff and Nate Smith to the Board. It was exciting to see so much interest in serving and each of the new members […]Read more ›
By Brenda Reddaway South Tabor Neighborhood Association (STNA) had its monthly meeting Thursday June 18. Jessica Bond, representative from the local and regional nonprofit Clean Energy Works spoke to the Association about the service they offer. Clean Energy Works focuses on single family homes, providing a “one-stop-shopping” experience that […]Read more ›
With a packed June agenda, largely related to issues of traffic and growth in the neighborhood, Mt. Tabor Neighborhood Association facilitator Nancy Norby began and ended the meeting with a call for more citizen volunteer help with community issues and committees as well as advance notice and brevity in […]Read more ›
By Tony Jordan We are already looking forward to the Belmont Street Fair, Saturday, September 12 this year. Given how early summer arrived this year perhaps it will be a little cooler by then. We can always use volunteers to help out with the event, and if this interests […]Read more ›
By Doug Klotz The Richmond Neighborhood Association (RNA) held its monthly meeting on June 8 at Waverly Heights Church. The Mixed Use Zones Project Code Concepts Report is out, and available at www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/531987. This project is rewriting all the “commercial” zones throughout the city. Richmond’s Movie in the Park […]Read more ›