By Dana Savoie On October 21, NTNA held its yearly elections. We are happy to say that almost all of our current board members renewed their terms for another year. Additionally, we have new board members joining in and adding lots of experience as well. The 2014-2015 board is [...]
By Allen Field Richmond Neighborhood Association (RNA) held its monthly meeting Monday, October 13, at Waverly...
By Dawn Smallman Board member John Laursen announced at our October meeting that Portland Water Bureau (PWB)...
By Joanna Beatty The Montavilla neighborhood is as unique as the people that live here. What is your vision for...
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 ›
By Dana Savoie The North Tabor Neighborhood Association (NTNA) has been gaining momentum and exploring more ways to help the neighborhood. The Land Use and Transportation Committee is preparing to write a final letter to the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability with long term zoning and transportation recommendations for [...]Read more ›
Mt. Tabor By Kate Mitchell Testing is underway of the disputed “regulatory diverter” at SE 52nd Ave. and Division St., a key link in the new 50s Bikeway. Testing was to begin the first week of September. Feedback can be given to Rich Newlands, project manager for the city Transportation [...]Read more ›