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Tabor Reservoir Decommissioning Land Use Review: Update

Tentative schedule For the land-use review process, this does not include construction timelines which happen later. These dates were given to the Mount Tabor Neighborhood Association by the Portland Water Bureau March 14, 2014, and they may change. o First week of April – Portland Water Bureau files the Type III version of the land

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NTNA Land Use and Transportation Committee agenda: Tuesday, April 1

North Tabor Neighborhood Association – Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting Agenda Tuesday, April 1st, 6:30-8pm, Glisan Fred Meyer Starbucks North Tabor residents  are welcome to attend! 1. Introductions and review agenda (All, 5 minutes) 2. Update on comprehensive plan next steps/plan publicity for April NTNA board mtg (Beth 30 min) 3. Update and get

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Mount Tabor Middle School PTA rummage sale: April 26

Mount Tabor Middle School is holding it’s annual PTA sponsored rummage sale in April! Come shop our fabulous sale for great bargains, while supporting our PTA! If you would like to donate to our sale, we will be accepting gently used donations at the school on Friday April 25 from 4pm to 7pm, or you

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North Tabor/Mt. Tabor Cleanup and Resale Event Participates in Reuse Pilot Program – April 26th 9am-1pm

North Tabor and Mt. Tabor Neighborhoods are working together again for another combined Cleanup and Resale Event this year. The date is set for Saturday, April 26th from 9am-1pm in the Mt. Tabor Middle School Parking Lot.  This year’s event may look a little different because it was chosen to participate in the Reuse Pilot

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Free paper shredding at SE Precinct: Saturday, March 15

On March 15, 2014, the United States Postal Inspection Service and the Portland Police Bureau are sponsoring a shred event at the Portland Police Bureau’s Southeast Precinct, located at 4735 East Burnside Street. The event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., or until the truck is filled. Consumers can bring up to

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