- NORTH: Thursday, March 13, Fremont United Methodist Church (2620 NE Fremont)
- CENTRAL: Tuesday, March 18, Central Catholic High School (2401 SE Stark)
- SOUTH: Monday, March 17, Cleveland High School (3400 SE 26th Ave)
Over the past several months, PBoT has been working with a stakeholder advisory group to plot out some options for a NE/SE 20′s bikeway.
Over the next week, there are three open houses where you can learn about the bikeway, offer your feedback and make any suggestions. You can attend, 1, 2 or all 3 of the events regardless of where you live.
The project sent out a postcard announcement to approximately 17,000 addresses within 3-5 blocks of the project corridor near the end of February. A press release was issued at about the same time. Posters were developed and distributed to commercial establishments along the route as well (see link below).
See liquor license notification from OLCC below . If you have concerns or questions, please let me know within the timeframe indicated. Notify me a few days before the due-date so I have time to put together a response to Ms Tenenholz. Or, contact her directly. If you do that, I would love to be CC’d on the email.
Susan Pearce, HAND chair
March 6, 2014
Susan Pearce, President
Hosford Abernethy Neighborhood District
c/o Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Coalition
3435 SE Main Street
Portland, Oregon 97214
Liquor License Application for a Winery License
RE: 5Q Wines, LLC (Jennifer Jelinek & Heidi Ingelfinger)
dba: 5Q WINES
Dear Ms. Pearce:
The OLCC received an application for a Winery license at the above address.
The winery license allows you to import, bottle, produce, blend, store, transport or export wine or cider. It allows the sale of wine or cider at wholesale to the Commission. It also allows for retail sales of wine or cider to the consumer for consumption on or off the premises.
This location will be licensed as a winery no consumption so there will be no bottling, production, blending, storage, sales or service at this location – this is strictly an office space.
If your organization wishes to provide the Commission with factual information concerning whether there is a basis to grant or deny this license under the OLCC’s licensing standards, please write me at the following address:
Deborah Tenenholz, License Investigator
P.O. Box 22297
Milwaukie, OR 97269-2297
If you have any questions, please call me at (503) 872-6874. Please respond to this letter within 14 days of this letter’s date so that we can process this application in a timely manner. We will share your information with the applicant, make it a part of the public record and consider it when making a final decision.
February 18, 2014
St. Philip Neri Church Paulist Center,
St Paul Room 2408 SE 16th Avenue (and Division)
DRAFT AGENDA DRAFT
6:30 LANDUSE COMMITTEE: agenda TBA
7:00: BOARD MEETING
7:00 Call to order Introductions 5min
7:05 Approval of Feb Minutes Approval of Treasurer’s report total 5min
7:10 Announcements (very brief, please) 5
7:15 Officer Yee 10 min
7:25 TriMet: PMLR report : Coral 10min
7:35 Better Block Portland (action item) 15 min
7:50 PBOT re Street Maintenance 20min
8:10 Committee Reports:
9:00 Adjourn, tidy room, turn out lights.
Exec Committee: Tuesday, March 25 at 7:00pm Place TBA
HAND Board Meeting: Tuesday, April 15, 7:00PM at St Philip Neri
March 10, 7-9 pm. Waverly Church, SE Woodward & 33rd. RNA website: http://richmondpdx.org/).
Powell Pedestrian Safety Meeting Recap
February 12, 2014
Hopworks Urban Brewery
**If you live in HAND and have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nate Young, Hopworks
Tyler King, Creston-Kenilworth N.A.
Rich Newlands, PBOT 20’s Bikeway Project
Clay Veka, PBOT High Crash Corridor Program
Marilee Hilstrom, Hosford-Abernathy N.A.
Sue Pearce, Hosford-Abernathy N.A.
Shelli Romero, ODOT
Rachel Davies, Creston-Kenilworth N.A.
April Bertelsen, PBOT Powell/Division Transit and Development Project
Trell Anderson, Catholic Charities
20s Bikeway Project:
Rich from PBOT discussed future plans for the 20’s Bikeway Project. The project will ultimately connect a ‘neighborhood greenway’ from SE to NE, somewhere between 20th and 30th, ideally around 26-28th Aves. Currently there are two options being discussed for crossing Powell Blvd:
1. Remove remaining parking on SE 26th, making room for full-width bike lanes on both sides of the street.
2. Remove the northbound bike lane on 26th, widen the southbound lane, and create a ‘bike couplet with northbound traffic using 28th.
Option 2 is currently preferred, and would create a signalized intersection at 28th Ave. (the current crosswalk is at 28th Pl.)
Earliest completion is likely to be 2015, with design, engineering and construction set to take the intervening year.
High Crash Corridor Program:
Shelli from ODOT and Clay from PBOT discussed the High Crash Corridor (HCC) program, which includes Powell from the Ross Island Bridge to 92nd. With the designation of Powell as a HCC, there have been increased “traffic enforcement actions” to encourage improved driver, pedestrian, and cyclist behavior, most recently at the crosswalk at 28th Pl in January.
ODOT is currently finalizing their Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) plan for 2015-2018. The current draft plan includes the following:
Shelli encouraged everyone to comment on projects that should be funded by the STIP plan, including the two listed above.
Discussion then moved to identify the timelines of these various projects, which were grouped into three broad buckets:
The group discussed a number of additional topics briefly:
Bottom line: Current conditions present a real and present health and safety issue at this location and MUST be addressed sooner than 2016.
A second meeting will be scheduled in mid- to late-March to reconvene and discuss progress and additional information.
Reminder: SE Area ARTWalk (www.seportlandartwalk.com) is being held this year on Saturday 3/1 and Sunday 3/2.
The Powell-Division Transit and Development Project is a community-based effort to bring a new regional transit investment to Southeast Portland, East Portland and Gresham. The public conversation, through spring 2015, will center on transit alternatives – the vehicle type, its route and station locations – as well as strategies for community development at future station areas.
Thursday, February 27, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Powell-Division Transit and Development Project: Steering committee and community gathering
Portland Community College’s Southeast Center, Community Hall – 2305 SE 82nd Ave, Portland
(Please park in the designated PCC parking areas only. For this event, no parking permits will be required. Also note, PCC Southeast Center is located directly on the number 4 bus line.)
Please join us for a community gathering and meet the project’s Steering Committee on February 27 at Portland Community College, SE center, 6 to 7:30 p.m. The committee includes residents, transit riders, community organization leaders, business representatives, elected officials and agency directors.
The gathering is an opportunity for the Steering Committee to get to know each other and meet interested members of the public.
Over the next 15 months, the committee will meet 5 to 6 times to weigh public input and technical information and make decisions that shape a new transit project and development strategies for key places in Gresham, East Portland and Southeast Portland.
Powell-Division Transit and Development Project
Below is an invitation from the Bureau of Transportation to join an important conversation on the future of transportation maintenance in our city.
If you can’t attend one of the meetings, PLEASE COMPLETE THE ONLINE SURVEY www.ourstreetspdx.com
The Portland Bureau of Transportation invites you to join Mayor Charlie Hales, City Commissioner Steve Novick, transportation staff and your neighbors at one of three upcoming town halls to discuss current unfunded transportation needs.
· Thursday, Feb. 20, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Sunnyside Environmental School, 3421 SE Salmon St.
· Tuesday, Feb. 25, 6:30 to 8:30 at Immigrant & Refuge Community Organization (IRCO), 10301 NE Glisan St.
· Thursday, Feb. 27, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Multnomah Arts Center, 7688 SW Capitol Highway
The meetings will start with an opportunity to give input around desired transportation improvements in your area, followed by a presentation on transportation needs and possible solutions.
For more information and the opportunity to complete a Portland transportation needs online survey, please visit us at www.ourstreetspdx.com. If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact Mark Lear at (503) 823-7604 email@example.com
Bus Service Planning Related to the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project
In anticipation of Portland-Milwaukie light rail service beginning in September 2015, TriMet is working with the community to re-assess bus service in the Portland-Milwaukie corridor with the intention of maximizing ridership and minimizing service duplication. These open houses provide an opportunity to discuss bus service planning related to Portland-Milwaukie with TriMet staff.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
This location is served by bus line 19-Woodstock/Glisan.
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
This location is served by bus line 17-Holgate/NW 21st.
Thursday, February 27, 2014
6:30 to 8 p.m.
This location is served by bus line 29-Lake/Webster Rd, 32-Oatfield.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
6 to 7:30 p.m.
This location is served by bus line 33-McLoughlin.