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East Burnside Safety Project construction begins early October!

Changes are coming to East Burnside (between 14th and 32nd Avenues) this fall. Keep an eye out for striping changes and grind-down areas throughout the fall and winter (or choose alternate routes via Sandy and Glisan). You can keep up with the project(s) on the East Burnside Transportation Safety Project website here. PBOT haven’t forgotten

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NTNA Arts Committee Meeting – 9/30 Agenda

The next North Tabor Neighborhood Association Arts Committee meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 30th, starting at 7pm. Here’s the proposed schedule: Arts Committee Meeting for Tuesday 9/30 Location: Biddy McGraw’s at 60th and Glisan 7:00 – 7:15 : discuss mission statement 7:15 – 8:00 : discuss bylaws and decision making processes 8:00 –

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Bicycle Advisory Committee seeing new members

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

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NTNA Land Use and Transportation Meeting minutes: September 9, 2014

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.

NTNA General Membership Meeting for September 16th!

Hi all! Our general membership meeting will take place on September 16th at 6:30pm at 5600 NE Glisan Street. There will be free pizza provided by American Dream Pizza (first come, first served, of course) and we’ll be discussing submitting a letter to the City of Portland about recommendations for long term zoning changes that

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