Category Archives: Land Use

North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Agenda: December 2nd meeting

This Land Use/Transportation meeting will take place from 6:30-8:00pm at Laurelhurst Café. The proposed agenda is as follows: A Presentation from the local developer of a five townhouse development at 5711 East Burnside (20 minutes, guest presenter) NTNA Endorsement and discussion of the Street Fund (Terry 20 minutes) General TSP updates, SEUL transportation updates and

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Greenscaping North Tabor

From the desk of Terry Dublinski-Milton, our Land Use and Transportation chair: Every year the Graduate students in the Masters of Urban sand Regional Planning at PSU take on planning projects from around the region. As an internationally renowned academic planning institution, some of these projects have been award winning documents leading to great communities.

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Legislators to Host Town Hall on 82nd Ave. Opportunities

Interested in seeing 82nd improved? On November 6th, East Portland legislators will host a Town Hall on 82nd Ave. Opportunities. The event will include a presentation from ODOT on their current planning process for an 82nd Ave. transportation study, information about transferring 82nd Ave. from the state to the city of Portland, and an update

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Endorsement of the Halsey roadway lane modernization

The following was sent to engineer Wendy Crawly and project manager Zef Wagner, as well as others at PBOT, in response to the striping changes being made on Halsey currently. Please contact our Transportation and Land Use chair, Terry Dublinski-Milton, if you have questions. The next Transportation and Land Use Committee meeting will take place

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North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Agenda: November 4th meeting

This Land Use/Transportation meeting will take place from 6:30-8:00pm at Laurelhurst Café. The proposed agenda is as follows: Application for the MURP Program Graduate Students to study the East Burnside High Crash Corridor. Background: Every Year the graduate students at PSU’s Masters in Urban and Regional Planning take an urban center or corridor to study,

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