Monthly Archives: April 2014

NTNA’s letter to PBOT regarding MAX station improvements

by Beth Sanders Dear North Tabor residents and businesses, This week the NTNA board submitted a letter to the Portland Bureau of Transportation to express support during a public comment period for future funding to make improvements to pedestrian/ bicycle infrastructure in the neighborhood surrounding the MAX station on NE Glisan & 60th Avenue. Please

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North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Agenda: May 6 meeting

North Tabor Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting Tuesday May 6, 6:30-8pm, Glisan Fred Meyer Starbucks All interested North Tabor residents/businesses are welcome to attend   1. Introductions and review agenda (All, 5 minutes) 2. Discuss possibilities of supporting inclusionary zoning on the statewide level on behalf of NTNA (Beth, 20 min) 3. Outreach to North Tabor residents regarding potential

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NTNA Neighborhood Meeting agenda: Tuesday, April 15

North Tabor Neighborhood Association Meeting 6:30-8:30pm Tuesday, April 15th 2014 5600 NE Glisan Street All North Tabor residents and businesses are invited to attend! 1. Introductions, review agenda (All – 6:30-6:35, 5 min) 2. Determine oles of current board members – review status, discuss assigning roles to chair, secretary, treasurer (All, 6:35-6:50, 15 min) 3. Review draft

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Why Burnside Bike-lanes instead of improvements on the Davis-Everett Greenway?

by Terry Dublinski. With all the recent Burnside publicity, the question has been asked by several neighborhood residents why I am pushing for a Burnside modernization including bike lanes instead of focusing on improvements on the Davis-Everett Greenway. This question deserves a well thought out response. To understand why, let us for the moment focus

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