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Annual Providence / North Tabor / Laurelhurst Meeting set for October 24

ANNUAL PROVIDENCE/NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING – Providence Portland Medical Center hosts an annual meeting for residents of North Tabor and Laurelhurst neighborhoods 7 pm, Wednesday, October 24, in the Cancer Institute Amphitheater at Providence Medical Center. Portland Medical Center, Laurelhurst Neighborhood Association and North Tabor Neighborhood Association have had a Good Neighbor Agreement for more than 15

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Board Elections & Metro Councilor Bob Stacey: October 16, 6:30pm, 4837 NE Couch

North Tabor Neighborhood Association will hold Board Elections at its October meeting on Tuesday, October 16, 6:30pm, at 4837 NE Couch, Community of Christ Church. The meeting will also feature Metro Councilor Bob Stacey speaking on affordable housing measures on the November ballot, Oregon Measure 102 and Metro Measure 26-199. Councilor Stacey will speak on

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The Neighborhood Mediation Program can help with conflict

Resolutions Northwest Neighborhood Mediation Program (503-595-4890) is a confidential, voluntary and free service which helps neighbors have productive conversations and work out peaceful solutions to everyday conflicts. Resolutions Northwest offers neighborhood mediation at no cost to residents living or working in the City of Portland. The program is funded primarily through a grant with the

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North Tabor Street Tree Inventory Report

The Portland Parks and Recreation Bureau has released the Street Tree Inventory Report for the North Tabor Neighborhood. The report is packed with information about the composition and quality of the neighborhood’s urban forest. The report also offers important information about the need to improve and expand plantings in North Tabor. You can get the

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Tabor Sewer Repair project update: 7/13/18

Environmental Services is continuing construction on the Tabor Sewer Repair Project in North Tabor. DEVELOPMENTS OF NOTE Crews will be returning to several previous work locations to complete miscellaneous outstanding items. Some tasks may require closing the road to through access, but local access for those living and conducting business on the street will be

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