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Ride around the neighborhood and other updates

  Our Land Use and Transportation chair, Terry Dublinski-Milton, has put together a family-friendly ride (see the map here) that will take place on Saturday, September 6th (edit: August 31) to highlight the upgrades and updates to bike lanes and greenways. Check out the Facebook event, and feel free to bring your kids along. He’ll be going

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Century-old Glisan storefront reborn as healing center

New Heights Physical Therapy has purchased and will be moving their clinic to 5736 NE glisan this coming fall. Here are some photos of Donna, Kevin, Nicole and Phil and some “before” pictures of the inside of the old building. More information about New Heights Physical Therapy is available here: NewHeightsTherapy.com/glisan . The linked page

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Pedestrian crossing at 65th and NE Glisan [updated 8/21]

[Update as of 8/21/14] PBOT has informed us that they moved the location of the crossing at Fred Meyer, which is now slated to be constructed this fall to facilitate truck turns and deliveries.  They have aligned it at the corner of the alleyway to the south and will look and feel intuitively similar to the

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Letter on Comp Plan Update approved by North Tabor board

At this week’s NTNA the following letter prepared by the Land Use & Transportation committee was approved by the full board: “As board members, residents and local businesses of the North Tabor Neighborhood Association, we are optimistic that the Comprehensive Plan Update will facilitate beneficial growth, yet we want to see new development that is

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Visions of North Tabor

Here are notes from October’s visioning event: neighbors’ concerns, hopes, and possible solutions. These notes were compiled by Ashe Urban during the event. Concerns 1. Providence not represented at NTNA meetings + Parking issues (++) 2. Infill issues (subdivided lots/ predatory developers) (+) 3. Lack of (substantial) parking requirements 4. Not enough business activity-No Main

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