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NTNA Board endorses open letter to Southeast Uplift

The North Tabor Neighborhood Association held an emergency meeting on 1/31/16 to consider an open letter of concern to Southeast Uplift (SEUL) posted on Several board members signed on to the letter as individuals. The letter is in response to the contents of the minutes from a meeting of the SEUL workgroup on homelessness

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Representative Keny-Guyer to hold Constituent Coffee at Northstar Clubhouse on 2/20

Representative Alissa Keny-Guyer, who represents much of NTNA in the Oregon House, will have a constituent coffee at the Northstar Clubhouse on February 20th from 10-11:30 AM. The Northstar Clubhouse is located at 5600 NE Glisan St. (and is also where NTNA holds monthly meetings). For more information, contact

NTNA to hold emergency meeting on 1/31/16

The NTNA Board will hold an emergency meeting on Sunday, January 31st at from 12:00 – 12:30 pm at Seven Virtues Coffee Shop. This posting serves as the required 24-hours notice. The sole item on the agenda will be consideration of endorsing an open letter of concern addressed to Southeast Uplift, North Tabor’s neighborhood coalition.

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Free Workshop on Researching Historic Trees on January 30th

Join Portland Parks and Recreation Urban Forestry’s workshop instructor and environmental historian Dave Hedberg in exploring local archives, sources, and methods to research the history of your neighborhood trees. Researching the historic context of neighborhood forests not only gives trees intangible values, but can also provide valuable lessons to our past and future. This workshop will

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