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As the City Council prepares to discuss the controversial street fee proposal on Monday, support is growing for it to include a progressive city income tax to fund maintenance and safety project. Representatives of several organizations recently endorsed the concept of a progressive income as part of the final street fee proposal. They include 1000 […]

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Tips for Staying Cozy this Winter From Clean Energy Works   After a hot summer, temperatures are finally dropping—and winter is just around the corner. Grab a coffee or a hot apple cider, put on your favorite flannel, and cuddle up to your sweetie because we’ve got you covered when it comes to the best […]

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All meetings ar Forum Style. Meetings will be at Tucker Maxon Elementary school on SE Holgate between Se 29th and Se 28th Pl.. The meetings will be held the 2nd Tuesday of the month  starting at 6:30 pm ending approximately  8:00pm January  13th – Board Meeting February  10th- General Meeting March  10th-Board Meeting April 14th […]

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Sellwood Bridge construction traffic alert for Oct. 8 Sellwood Bridge construction is expected to impact traffic on the bridge and SE Tacoma St. on Wednesday, Oct. 8, from 9 a.m. until as late as 3 p.m.  One of the two traffic lanes will be closed at the east end of the bridge while crews complete the repair of an […]

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Johnson Creek Watershed Council E-BULLETIN October 2014  1) Design of Nature Art Show – Thursday, Oct. 9 2) Danielle Miles: AmeriCorps Riparian Technician 2014-2015 3) Volunteer Coho Surveys 4) Help Clear Storm Drains to Protect Your Property 5) Support the Parks Replacement Bond 6) Luther Road Sewer and Stream Restoration Project 7) Parke Diem Volunteer Restoration Event – Friday, Oct. 10 8) Calendar […]

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Se Uplift October E- News

KNOCK, KNOCK! IT’S YOUR NEIGHBOR  The Results Are In With 6 storytellers, 2 improv groups, 11 silent auction packages, 1 amazing photo booth and a fantastic host; SE Uplift had a wicked good time and raised over $2,400 for community grants! Find yourself, family, friends and neighbors in our Knock, Knock! It’s Your Neighbor 2014 photo […]

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Hello Neighbors! My name is Marisha Childs and I am the Reed Neighborhood Association Chair and Secretary.  For those of you who were able to make it to the picnic this past weekend, I hope you had a good time.  The weather was warm (actually, it was hot) but we had some relief from the […]

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Hello Reed Neighborhood,  As many of you have emailed me recently about the piece of mail you have received from the City of Portland I wanted to be clear on what zoning changes are currently being proposed in our neighborhood.  There are two proposals that the City of Portland, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is […]

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      Contributed article by the Regional Water Providers Consortium     Author: Lindsey Berman, Conservation Program Manager, Regional Water Providers Consortium       Waterwise Gardening: 10 Simple Ways to Save Water and Money this Summer       Landscapes add value, beauty and livability to our homes. With water use often doubling […]

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