Tentative schedule For the land-use review process, this does not include construction timelines which happen later. These dates were given to the Mount Tabor Neighborhood Association by the Portland Water Bureau March 14, 2014, and they may change. o First week of April – Portland Water Bureau files the Type III version of the land
The North Tabor/Mount Tabor annual clean-up will be held April 26th at Mount Tabor Middle School and volunteers are needed. Please contact moonrose.doherty<at>gmail.com if are interested in volunteering, providing refreshments, or can make a donation. The North Tabor/Mount Tabor clean-up has been selected to participate in the Reuse Pilot with Southeast Uplift, City of Portland,
North Tabor Neighborhood Association Meeting 6:30-8:30pm Tuesday, April 15th 2014 5600 NE Glisan Street All North Tabor residents and businesses are invited to attend! 1. Introductions, review agenda (All - 6:30-6:35, 5 min) 2. Determine oles of current board members – review status, discuss assigning roles to chair, secretary, treasurer (All, 6:35-6:50, 15 min) 3. Review draft
by Terry Dublinski. With all the recent Burnside publicity, the question has been asked by several neighborhood residents why I am pushing for a Burnside modernization including bike lanes instead of focusing on improvements on the Davis-Everett Greenway. This question deserves a well thought out response. To understand why, let us for the moment focus
by Terry Dublinski. Since we are having a debriefing on CURBS this Tuesday, I want to make sure everyone has access to my data collection so far. This is a living document that I have been adding to over the weeks as we get more information.East Burnside 41st to 71st : How do we make
The 2014 North Tabor / Mount Tabor Neighborhood Cleanup is here! Volunteers are needed to get flyers posted in North Tabor and Mount Tabor businesses and to put up lawn signs – as well as helping out the day of the cleanup, Saturday, April 26. Contact Moonrose Doherty at cleanup<at>northtabor.org if you can help out.
As of January 1, 2014, the City of Portland’s new Protected Sick Time ordinance went into effect, providing workers in Portland with a protected right to earn sick time to use when they or a family member are sick, injured, or in need of preventive health care. The ordinance applies to all employees who work