Category Archives: Land Use

Want to help NTNA be a good neighbor to Providence?

NTNA is seeking a new alternate member for the Good Neighbor Agreement Committee. The committee meets quarterly to evaluate the effectiveness of the Good Neighbor Agreement (GNA), discuss issues arising from the agreement, and work to improve the livability of the neighborhoods surrounding the medical center. If you have any previous experience with land use

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[CANCELED] North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Meeting Agenda: December 1st

We apologize for the short notice — this meeting is canceled due to illness. Please join us next month! The December Land Use/Transportation meeting will take place on December 1st from 6:30pm-8pm at New Heights Physical Therapy, 5736 NE Glisan St. Please see the agenda below. If you have any questions or comments, feel free

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North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Meeting Agenda: November 3rd

The November Land Use/Transportation meeting will take place on November 3rd from 6:30pm-8pm at New Heights Physical Therapy, 5736 NE Glisan St. Please see the agenda below. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to add them to this post, or contact the LU/T Chair, Terry Dublinski-Milton at landuse@northtabor.org.

North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Meeting Agenda: October 6th

The October Land Use/Transportation meeting will take place on October 6th from 6:30pm-8pm at New Heights Physical Therapy, 5736 NE Glisan St. Please see the agenda below. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to add them to this post, or contact the LU/T Chair, Terry Dublinski-Milton at landuse@northtabor.org.

North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Meeting Agenda: September 8th

Transportation and Land Use Agenda, September 8th New Heights Physical Thereby 5736 NE Glisan. Though there is no specific agenda, our Transportation and Land use chair will be available to residents and business owners of North Tabor to answer your questions. Are you wondering about what you can do to push the greenway diversion forward?

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