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Mandala Painting and Neighborhood Party!

Please join your neighborhood association for our very own intersection repair painting and potluck block party! When: Saturday, August 1st and Sunday, August 2nd at 10am Where: The Intersection of NE 53rd Avenue and Everett Street What to bring: Your favorite dish to share, your favorite chair to sit in, and your rattiest clothes to

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Tree by Tree, Block by Block: Join volunteers to inventory every street tree in North Tabor

In summer of 2015, dozens of tree lovers will explore the North Tabor neighborhood on a mission to identify, map, measure, and assess every street tree. This inventory is the neighborhood’s first and most comprehensive street tree inventory ever performed. The project is being organized by North Tabor Tree Team, a group of neighbors committed

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Shogren Property Development

A local business owner (who lives in the neighborhood) is proposing to add housing to the Shogren House property. Tom Saunders attended the NTNA board meeting on April 21st, and presented the ideas around the development of the property. You can see the preliminary plans below. The NTNA board were impressed with the attention to

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North Tabor Greenway Auto Diversion Plan

Attention North Tabor Residents and Businesses! The residents and Board of North Tabor Neighborhood Association unanimously approved a greenway auto diversion plan at our July general meeting. This letter has been sent to city officials detailing this safety and livability plan. If built this fall, this would significantly improve the safety and quality of life

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North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Meeting Agenda: July 7th

The July Land Use/Transportation meeting will take place on July 7th from 6:30pm-8pm at: New Heights Physical Therapy, 5736 NE Glisan St. Please see the agenda below. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to add them to this post, or contact the LU/T Chair, Terry Dublinski-Milton at Like this:Like Loading…