Monthly Archives: August 2013

Land Use notices

Two land use notices were posted over the weekend by the City of Portland’s Bureau of Development Services. One is in North Tabor (NE 52nd and Davis) and the other is bordering North Tabor (NE 50th and Hoyt – the old George Smith Appliances building). 5149 NE Davis. Written comments need to be received by

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Agenda for Tuesday, Aug. 20 NTNA board meeting

Tuesday, August 20, 2013, 6:30–8:30pm 5600 NE Glisan 1. Welcome 2. Quick Board Business: Equinox Party Budget // Committee Assignment – Board vote 3. Open discussion: We invite the North Tabor general public to participate and/or listen as we create a short-term strategic plan that would set us up for future success. a.How should NTNA

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Notes from July 29 Transportation Work Group Meeting: by Zachary Michaud

The Transportation Work Group, a subcommittee of the Providence/Laurelhurst/NorthTabor Good Neighbor Agreement Standing Committee (which is open to neighbors) met on July 29th for their first official meeting. The meeting was poorly attended, perhaps due to summer vacations or due to poor notice. Those attending included Judy Kennedy, North Tabor neighbor; David Bodine, Providence Security

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50s bikeway construction postponed until Feb 2014

The start of construction on the NE/SE Bikeway will be delayed until early next year. The bikeways project went out to bid in June, with the bid opening on July 9. Unfortunately the two bids received were significantly above the project’s construction contract estimate. The low number of bidders and the high bids received strongly

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North Tabor News submissions and distribution

NEWSLETTER SUBMISSIONS: The Newsletter committee will be putting the paper together this coming week. If you have something to submit for this issue please get it to Candice (editor@northtabor.org or 503 234-6592) no later than Wednesday, August 7, at 5pm (sooner would be better). If you are working on something that needs more time, please

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