By Kate Mitchell The Mt. Tabor Neighborhood Association adopted a policy position on the city’s open reservoirs, three of which are in Mt. Tabor Park: MTNA has been and continues to be a vocal advocate for maintaining our open reservoirs because they are integral to providing clean, affordable water. [...]
Mt. Tabor By Midge Pierce Stephanie Stewart, Land Use co-chair for the Mt. Tabor Neighborhood Association, summarized...
By Kate Mitchell Treasurer Bing Wong reported we have approximately $700 remaining for 2013 and $1,300 for 2014...
Mt. Tabor By Kate Mitchell Rich Newlands, from the city’s Transportation Bureau, spoke about the NE/SE...
Mt. Tabor By Kate Mitchell The fate of the three open Mt. Tabor reservoirs continued to be Topic A at our July meeting. Dawn Smallman spoke about the protests around the reservoirs that occurred at Mt. Tabor Park Friday, July 12 through Monday, July 15. Protesters were largely neighborhood [...]Read more ›
Mt. Tabor By Kate Mitchell Paul Leistner told the meeting that Cascade Anderson Geller has passed away. She was instrumental in the placement of Mt. Tabor Park on the National Historic Registry and compiled a chronological history of the park. MTNA voted to place a plaque and bench in the [...]Read more ›
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 ›
Mt. Tabor By Heidi Kohne Steve Stenberg of Warner Pacific College discussed a project wherein Edvedt Hall is expected to get a small expansion on the north side of the building to increase the number of classrooms and offices. Kiel Uhl, once a long distance runner at Iowa State [...]Read more ›
By Kate Mitchell At our final meeting of the year, we discussed possible safety improvements on Division St. between SE 52nd Ave. and SE 80th Ave. Division is one of the most dangerous streets in the city. There have been two community meetings to consider problems and possible solutions. The goal is [...]Read more ›
By Heidi Kohne Floy Jones reports she’s learned that Rochester, New York, has been granted a 10-year reprieve from a federal requirement that their open reservoirs be covered, meaning that they don’t have to act until the year 2024. Why can’t Portland’s open reservoirs be similarly spared? A rally was [...]Read more ›