The recent purchase by Portland City Homes of a lot on NE 57th containing an older wooden cottage and mature magnolia tree has alerted many North Tabor residents to the fact that, in the name of preventing sprawl, our neighborhood is slated for a slow process of destruction by rapacious developers taking advantage of Portland’s
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Thanks to everyone who made the current issue of the North Tabor News a reality, including: Debra Anderson, Katherine Anderson, Don Atwell, Melissa Bockwinkel, Joel Catchlove, Kim Cottrell, Nicole Davenport, Moonrose Doherty, Anne Dufay, Tanya Fox, Gabe Frayne, Alison Gavine, Sam Gollah, Stacy Gray, Christen Huja, Blake Jensen, Candice Jordan, Lori Kennedy, Tim Kirkman, Leah
Don’t forget to complete the North Tabor Transportation Survey, available online at www.tinyurl.com/TaborTraffic. For neighbors who don’t have internet access, a paper and pencil version is also available on the back page of the North Tabor News. Paper surveys can be left in a dropbox marked North Tabor Neighborhood that’s been set up on the
Should be in mailboxes early next week – now available online: North Tabor News Vol 5 No 1 This issue features information on the next North Tabor Neighborhood Association general meeting, February 19, 6:30pm at NorthStar, 5600 NE Glisan. Speakers include Mark Lakeman on PlaceMaking and John Cole from the Bureau of Planning on the