By Sean Barnett, Elisabeth Varga & Allen Field A meeting of the board of the Richmond Neighborhood Association was held Monday, December 8, at Waverly Heights Church, 3300 SE Woodward St. Michael O’Connel requested the Board to support a petition to change the Comprehensive Plan designation on SE Caruthers [...]
By Heather Waisanen Happy New Year! Start 2015 by getting to know neighborhood issues and meeting new people. You...
By Elisabeth Varga The Richmond Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on November 10, 2014 at Waverly...
By Jana Throckmorton STNA voted to go on the record in support of the MTNA comments to the Historic Landmarks...
By Susan Lindsay Mark your calendar for the annual BCA Holiday Party, Thursday, December 11, at the Multnomah County Building 501 SE Hawthorne, Room 315. There will be food, beverages and friendly folks. Meet the Board, your neighbors, find out about all the neighborhood happenings, proposed changes and talk [...]Read more ›
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 [...]Read more ›
By Allen Field Richmond Neighborhood Association (RNA) held its monthly meeting Monday, October 13, at Waverly Heights Church at SE 33rd & Woodward St. The annual Richmond/HAND/Buckman Friends of Trees planting will be December 6. Street trees are available at the fantastic price of $25. The deadline to signup [...]Read more ›
By Dawn Smallman Board member John Laursen announced at our October meeting that Portland Water Bureau (PWB) has submitted the land use application that covers the work that will be done to disconnect the Mt Tabor reservoirs. There is a 3-week period when the Bureau of Development Services decides [...]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 ›