The Providence Good Neighbor committee will be meeting at 6:30pm, Wednesday, May 1, in the board room of Providence Portland Medical Center, 4805 NE Glisan. This is a meeting for representatives of Providence Portland Medical Center, and the Laurelhurst and North Tabor Neighborhood Associations. Topics under discussion will include next steps for the Transportation Work
by Randall Kooper At SE Uplift Fireside Room, 3534 SE Main Street Sunday, May 5th at 2pm Thursday, May 16th at 7pm Join us for a free info session to learn more about Portland’s very 1st aging-in-place village.Like this:Like Loading…
by Michael Anderson Gabe Frayne’s well-written and well-reported piece on density and infill in the April/May North Tabor News implies that all readers see a denser, livelier neighborhood as bad. They don’t. I can’t speak to the specific plans for Mark Wilde’s project on NE 57th, but I welcome the more general trend of infill.
By Joe Recker After reading the article “Infill and increasing density in North Tabor” [North Tabor News, April/May 2013] I felt compelled to offer a different perspective on infill development. In this letter, I argue that infill has historically occurred in North Tabor at densities similar to current development, that infill is particularly appropriate for
Since 2003, 301 people have been injured and two have died in crashes on NE Gilsan between 60th and 82nd Avenue. On July 10, 2007, a pedestrian was struck and killed while attempting to cross NE Glisan at 64th. Most recently, on January 29, 2013 a pedestrian was struck and killed while attempting to cross