SE Uplift is seeking coalition musicians and neighborhood leaders to march with us in the 6th
Annual 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade on Saturday, April 28th, 2012!
Musicians will ride in style in our coalition director's truck while
staff and neighbors walk/ride the route cheering and handing out candy.
The City of Portland is continuing its update the Comprehensive Plan and is reaching a point of more robust public involvement. The Comprehensive Plan provides direction for City decision-making on land use, transportation, sewer and water systems and natural resource management plans. It tells us what we want to happen in the future through a set of maps; goals and policies; and a list of projects.
At our April 4th Neighborhood Association Meeting, Matt Wickstrom, the Southeast District Liaison from the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability will explain the process, timeline and involvement opportunities for the update to the Comp Plan and hear from neighbors about connections between this effort and areas of interest to neighbors in Mt Scott-Arleta.
financing, instant rebates, and step-by-step expert guidance, Clean Energy Works Oregon is helping Oregonians save energy now and save their
homes from becoming history.
Hammer & Hand and Chicks of All Trades have both contacted MSANA about this program. Chicks of All Trades rebate code is“CNCAT”
Hammer & Hand rebate code is“CNHHA”
- Go to cleanenergyworksoregon.org and enter one of the above rebate codes
This month's free movie features "One flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest". A movie that show cases many of the problems that mental institutions used to struggle with during the 1950's and 1960's. This movie is a tragic comedy that is both painful, honest, and important. The movie will be introduced by Dr. Dan Smith, who is a Clinical Psychologist at Oregon State Hospital, where much of this movie was filmed.
Brad Taylor, our Crime Prevention Coordinator, presented at tonight's Neighborhood Meeting. He discussed the 'high crime' areas in our neighborhood and offered methods to improve safety and livability.
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I’m not sure when I made the switch from pronouncing it “arr-let-ah
“to “arr-leet-ah.“ It sort of happened without my noticing, but I suspect it
was around the time that Multnomah County declared the Wikman Building surplus,
and started soliciting bids for future uses of the site.