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 […]
By Kate Mitchell MTNA held its monthly meeting March 18. The board voted to grant a noise variance to the PDX Adult...
Mt. Tabor By Kate Mitchell MTNA held its monthly meeting January 21. Officers from the gang crimes prevention...
By Dawn Smallman Board member John Laursen announced at our October meeting that Portland Water Bureau (PWB)...
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 ›
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 ›
By Kate Mitchell Note the date/time: Wednesday, June 11, 6:30 -8:30 pm. View the draft construction plan for disconnecting the Mt. Tabor Park and provide feedback, Warner Pacific College, McGuire Auditorium, 2219 SE 68th Ave According to MTNA Land Use Co-Chair Stephanie Stewart, the Water Bureau’s final proposal will […]Read more ›
By Kate Mitchell and Stephanie Stewart Our monthly meeting on February 19 meeting drew a large crowd, including many people concerned about the City moving ahead with its plan for disconnecting the three iconic reservoirs on Mt.. Tabor Park. MTNA Land Use Chair Stephanie Stewart noted the reservoirs all […]Read more ›
By Brian Mitchell Due to budget cuts, the days of the city land at 60th Ave. and Lincoln Street as a tree nursery are numbered. According to Heather McKillip, lead horticulturist with the Portland Parks Bureau, the land will be graded and seeded and once the trees are removed […]Read more ›
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. […]Read more ›