The City of Portland’s Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) is seeking new members. The BAC has been advising city staff and elected officials on matters related to bicycling since the 1970s. Committee members meet monthly to review and make recommendations on: planning and policy documents affecting bicycling, funding priorities for bicycle-related projects and designs for specific
This week the Land Use & Transportation committee went over the recommendations they had for the letter we’re drafting to the city regarding the Comprehensive Plan. Please join the NTNA on September 16th for our monthly meeting (free pizza, too – 5600 NE Glisan Street) where we’ll be going over the comprehensive letter as well.
Thanks to some citizen involvement and some quick work by PBOT, we have some new stop signs at the intersection of NE 63rd Ave. and Oregon St. The unprotected intersection has been a problem in the past, especially since NE 63rd is a direct route north from Glisan into “the pocket” south of the Banfield.
[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
Thanks to the 48 (!!) amazing volunteers who worked with the Friends of Mt. Tabor Park last month, there are fewer invasive weeds wreaking havoc on the ecosystem and new mulch around native plantings. You can read the Weed Warrior report for July put together by the FoMTP Stewardship Coordinator Alexa Todd, and check out the