is completely fine. Except, you know, for the insanely loud sound of their bikes day, night, whatever, whenever. If you’ve got to make that much noise, can’t you do it outside a city where other people’s ears live? [Short answer – I guess not.]
Earlier this week, at Community Warehouse:
One reporter’s take on the event.
I walked the boulevard a couple of times today, once catching the sun. Nothing dramatic occurred; I chuckled to learn that Bloom has a strain named ‘Hippie Crusher’; and for a minute I walked behind a guy wearing a jester’s hat, without interacting with him, until he ran across MLK and then shouted to me that he was wearing, yes, a jester’s hat.
Also, Purrington’s had a “meowvie night” last night, and showed A Christmas Story… with cats. [Fifteen dollars admission!]
Portland Housing Bureau’s North/Northeast Community Oversight Committee:
Next meeting is December 15
Tuesday, December 15 from 6pm – 8pm
(Sandwiches and beverages will be served from 5:30 – 6pm; the meeting will begin promptly at 6pm)
4222 NE 12th Ave
Portland, OR 97211
The Community Oversight Committee is a community-based group formed to oversee the Portland Housing Bureau’s work in North and Northeast Portland to increase housing opportunity and address displacement. (Click here for a list of committee members). The committee meets quarterly to hear progress updates on the N/NE initiative. These meetings are open to the public.
This month, the committee will hear and discuss updates on the following items:
- The Preference Policy — a new policy being finalized that is designed to give preference to historically marginalized families in North and Northeast Portland for new rental housing and homeownership programs.
- Grant Warehouse — affordable rental housing being developed on NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (between Cook and Ivy streets). Click here to learn more.
- Homeownership Programs planned for the N/NE Portland community.
The last 30 minutes of the meeting are reserved for public comment and questions on any of this month’s agenda items. If you have questions or comments about any issues that are not on this month’s agenda, we encourage you to contact us directly by phone at 503-823-1190 or by email at NNEstrategy@portlandoregon.gov. Comment cards will also be available at the meeting.
The public is welcome. Join Us!
Meeting schedules and agendas are posted here.
Mon, Jan 11, 2016, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
2766 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, Portland, OR
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