Our Land Use and Transportation chair, Terry Dublinski-Milton, has put together a family-friendly ride (see the map here) that will take place on Saturday, September 6th (edit: August 31) to highlight the upgrades and updates to bike lanes and greenways. Check out the Facebook event, and feel free to bring your kids along. He’ll be going
[Update as of 8/21/14] PBOT has informed us that they moved the location of the crossing at Fred Meyer, which is now slated to be constructed this fall to facilitate truck turns and deliveries. They have aligned it at the corner of the alleyway to the south and will look and feel intuitively similar to the
Thanks to the 48 (!!) amazing volunteers who worked with the Friends of Mt. Tabor Park last month, there are fewer invasive weeds wreaking havoc on the ecosystem and new mulch around native plantings. You can read the Weed Warrior report for July put together by the FoMTP Stewardship Coordinator Alexa Todd, and check out the
The annual meeting of the North Tabor and Laurelhurst Neighborhood Associations and Providence Portland Medical Center is scheduled for 7 – 8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 28 in the Social Room at the hospital. The agenda, as set by representatives of the three groups, includes updates on the guest housing project, new services at the hospital, the joint transportation work group,
From Terry regarding salvage at 315 NE 57th: “The Developer that worked with us to salvage the last house, is letting us do the same thing for the neighboring house. So, if anyone wants to salvage materials from the next demolition [315 NE 57th], next week is the time. We will have a showing at
Rhetta Drennan, Portland Bureau of Environmental Services, will give a presentation and answer questions about sewer work scheduled for next year, at the North Tabor board meeting, Tuesday, August 19, 6:30-8:30pm, 5600 NE Glisan. Rhetta’s presentation is scheduled to begin at 6:40pm.