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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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Welcome to our new board members!

Elections were held for the 2014-2015 during our October meeting, and we’d like to welcome three new board members: Max Goldenkranz Max graduated from Portland State University in 2013, and has been in Portland since 2009. He lives contently in North Tabor with his partner Chelsea and his dog Steve. He likes science, art, radio,

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Neighborhood Small Grant Applications due January 5th!

Do you have a small but powerful idea for strengthening our neighborhood? Perhaps you want to revive a forgotten city tradition? Host a civics workshop? Organize a tenant rights forum? Paint an intersection mural? Create a community garden? SE Uplift invites ordinary Portlanders like you to shape and create your neighborhood by applying for a

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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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October Transportation News

North Tabor Neighborhood Association’s October Transportation News from Terry Dublinski-Milton, your Transportation and Land Use Chair! Our goals are moving forward, even if the wheels of government move slowly. In October, the newly elected board of the North Tabor Neighborhood Association approved two very important documents. The first is a letter joining our support with

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