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Updated Land Use Notices for HAND

Please see below land use notices for SE Portland.

Coalition: Southeast Uplift
Hosford-Abernethy | 05-01-09 | 1620-1624 SE Hawthorne Boulevard | Nonconforming Situation Review – NOTICE | LU 09-120544 NU
Publish date: May 1, 2009
Pull date: by 5:00 PM on May 22, 2009

Coalition: Southeast Uplift
Buckman | 05-01-09 | 2537 SE Hawthorne Boulevard | Adjustment Review – NOTICE | LU 09-100310 AD
Publish date: May 1, 2009
Pull date: by 5:00 PM on May 22, 2009

NOTE FROM KINA: The first is specifically along Hawthorne for a property @ SE 16th & Hawthorne. Application pertains to seeking a change of use from a recording studio to a yarn/ knitting shop; office use to commercial/ retail. Some of you may recall there is also an apartment. This will remain as such. Underlying zoning is residential, so applicant is required to request non-conforming situation approval for commercial/ retail use portion of the building.

– The Buckman notice for 2537 SE Hawthorne is for Rivermark Credit Union.

For more information contact: HAND Land Use & Transportation Chair: Kina Voelz, 971.207.9243

Current HAND Land Use Notices

Conversion of existing garage into an accessory dwelling unit:

Hosford-Abernethy | 04-08-09 | 2405 SE Ladd Avenue | Historic Design Review – NOTICE | LU 09-116288 HDZ (PDF Document, 879kb)

See Portland Online to download the notice, and for all additional current notices in SE PDX: http://www.portlandonline.com/bds/index.cfm?c=35625.

Next HAND Meeting, Tuesday, March 17

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Hosford-Abernethy Neighborhood Development Association (HAND)
Community/ Board Meeting
Tuesday, March 17, 2009, 7:00 PM

(Land Use meeting at 6:00)
St. Philip Neri Church Paulist Center
2408 SE 16th Avenue (and Division)

General Meeting Agenda 7:00 – 8:45
Introductions
Crime Prevention Officer
Announcements
(1) Sustainability meeting – 5th Tuesday of March

Community Issues
(1) Portland Streetcar update – Julie Gustafson and Kay Dannen
(2) Clinton Street Max Station – Tri-Met
(3) Speed bumps on 20th and Hawthorne – Will Stevens
(4) Clearwire pole at 26th and Division (to replace a PGE pole) – Steven Topp

Updates
(1) Pedestrian Safety Issue – Sue Pearce

Internal Board Issues
(1) Approval of minutes
(2) Approval of Portland Triathlon’s use of the Eastside Esplanade

For more information please contact HAND chair Alex Bassos at: chair@handpdx.org

HAND Landuse Notices for March, 2009

Coalition: Southeast Uplift
Hosford-Abernethy | 03-05-09 | 2107 SE Ladd Avenue | Historic Design Review – NOTICE | LU 09-107692 HDZ
Publish date: March 5, 2009

Hosford-Abernethy | 03-03-09 | SE Clinton Street – lot west of 2426 SE Clinton | Land Division – NOTICE | LU 08-182289 LDP Publish date: March 3, 2009 | Pull date: by 5PM on April 2, 2009

Hosford-Abernethy | 03-11-09 | 1552 SE Hickory Street | Historic Design Review – NOTICE | LU 09-110769 HDZ (PDF Document, 777kb)

The land use reviews noted above have been attached to TRACS for your review. For those who do not have TRACS you should be able view the land use case on the web within 24 hours. At the following link, click on the District Coalition. http://www.portlandonline.com/bds/index.cfm?c=36652

Next HAND Meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 17

untitled-1Hosford-Abernethy Neighborhood Development Association (HAND)
Community/ Board Meeting

Tuesday, February 17th, 2008, 7:00 PM
Land Use meeting from 6:30 to 7:00

St. Philip Neri Church Paulist Center
2408 SE 16th Avenue (and Division)

Land Use Agenda – 6:30 – 7:00
(1) New Day School plans for expansion.

General Meeting Agenda 7:00 – 8:30
Introductions
Crime Prevention Officer
Community Issues
(1) What it will mean to receive police services from the downtown precinct – Havilah
(2) Mayor’s ideas for sustainability efforts at the Neighborhood level.
(3) Division street updates.
(4) Adding a crossing at our light rail station area.
(5) ONI changes
(6) Neighborhood Clean Up

Internal Board Issues
(1) Approval of minutes

Support the “20s” Bike Improvement Project

For those of you tracking transportation funding through Metro’s MTIP flexible funding allocation, the City of Portland’s Twenties Bike Boulevard project (see below) has been recommended for funding. The last chance for public comment will be a JPACT/Metro Council public hearing at 4 p.m. on Feb. 12, 2009.

You can also comment on-line: http://www.oregonmetro.gov/index.cfm/go/by.web/id=19681

Support a bicycle improvement project in your neighborhood.
The Twenties Bikeway project proposes development of a bike boulevard and bike lanes along a corridor in the high 20s blocks of east Portland starting at the north-end on NE 27th Ave and NE Lombard Street. The route jogs to 29th Ave. at Ainsworth and continues south on NE 29th Ave. with short jogs along NE Regents Dr. and NE Edgehill Pl. before reaching NE Knott, where it jogs to NE 28th Ave. The route continues along 28th Ave., across the Banfield (I-84), to SE Madison, where it jogs briefly to 27th Ave. The route jogs east again on SE Stephens to NE 26th Ave. before reaching existing bike lanes south of SE Woodward. The project also fills the southernmost gap south of SE Bybee on SE 27th Ave., Crystal Springs Blvd and SE 44th Ave., where it connects to existing bike lanes on Harney Drive and further south to the Springwater Corridor Trail.

The Twenties Bikeway is a 9.2-mile corridor, of which 2.3 miles currently exist as bicycle lanes. Of the remaining 6.9 miles, 5.5 miles are to be developed with bicycle boulevard treatments and 1.4 miles are to be striped with bicycle lanes. Bicycle lane and travel lane widths will be striped on roadways according to regional and city street design guidelines. The bicycle boulevard segments will incorporate the full spectrum of treatments the city has applied to its existing bicycle boulevards.

The City of Portland has applied for $2.1 million in funding from the Metro Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP). Metro is seeking public comment on the allocation of regional flexible funds. The formal comment period will open at 12 noon on Oct. 13, 2008 and close at noon on Dec. 1, 2008. A basic list of projects and programs will be posted on the Metro web site atwww.oregonmetro. gov/regionalflex iblefund

Tom Armstrong
SE District Liaison
Bureau of Planning
City of Portland
1900 SW Fourth Ave, 4th Floor
Portland, OR 97201
(503) 823-3527 (direct)

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