Category Archives: Meeting Agendas

RESCHEDULED – North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Agenda: Sept 2nd meeting

[Edit] Please note that this T&LU meeting has been rescheduled to Tuesday, September 9th. The NTNA Transportation and Land Use meeting for September will take place on the 2nd from 6:30 to 8:00pm at the Laurelhurst Cafe, 47th and East Burnside. Remember to support your local Business! The entire Agenda will be a discussion of our Comprehensive Land

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August 19 NTNA board meeting will feature a presentation on upcoming sewer work

Rhetta Drennan, Portland Bureau of Environmental Services, will give a presentation and answer questions about sewer work scheduled for next year, at the North Tabor board meeting, Tuesday, August 19, 6:30-8:30pm, 5600 NE Glisan. Rhetta’s presentation is scheduled to begin at 6:40pm.

CANCELED – North Tabor Transportation and Land Use Meeting Agenda: Tuesday, August 5

[Edit] Please note that this T&LU meeting has been canceled due to conflicts with National Night Out. We’ll be meeting again on September 2nd, so keep an eye out for that agenda. Thanks! Transportation and Land Use Agenda August 5, 6:30-8PM Laurelhurst Cafe, 4611 E Burnside (Note: the location has changed from Fred Meyer) 1)

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NTNA Neighborhood Meeting agenda: Tuesday, April 15

North Tabor Neighborhood Association Meeting 6:30-8:30pm Tuesday, April 15th 2014 5600 NE Glisan Street All North Tabor residents and businesses are invited to attend! 1. Introductions, review agenda (All - 6:30-6:35, 5 min) 2. Determine oles of current board members – review status, discuss assigning roles to chair, secretary, treasurer (All, 6:35-6:50, 15 min) 3. Review draft

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NTNA Land Use / Transportation Agenda: Tuesday, March 4

North Tabor Neighborhood Association Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting Agenda All from North Tabor are welcome to attend Tuesday, March 4th, 6:30-8pm, Starbucks at Glisan Fred Meyer 1. Update on Draft 60th MAX Station Letter to Portland Bureau of Transportation (Beth, 15 minutes) – review next steps and how February 20 meeting went with

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