The March board and general meeting will feature a presentation on rent stabilization and no cause evictions, a water garden project at Portland Montessori School, and an update on the Providence Good Neighbor Agreement. These presentations will begin at 7:15. Board updates will be discussed from 6:30-7:15.
Instead of a land use meeting this month, NTNA’s land use co-chairs will be attending a meeting on Tuesday, March 7, 6-8pm, at 9955 NE Glisan, regarding the city’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s new “Better Housing by Design” project. Anyone who is interested is invited to participate in discussion of design standards for new
Ryan Olsen gave a presentation on his upcoming project at 52nd and E Burnside on Feb. 13. The project will include 28 condos and should break ground around July 1.
Resolutions Northwest Neighborhood Mediation Program (503-595-4890) is a confidential, voluntary and free service which helps neighbors have productive conversations and work out peaceful solutions to everyday conflicts. Resolutions Northwest offers neighborhood mediation at no cost to residents living or working in the City of Portland. The program is funded primarily through a grant with the
The Portland Parks and Recreation Bureau has released the Street Tree Inventory Report for the North Tabor Neighborhood. The report is packed with information about the composition and quality of the neighborhood’s urban forest. The report also offers important information about the need to improve and expand plantings in North Tabor. You can get the