Sent from Kina Voelz, HAND Land Use Chair: Please attend the final public budget hearing this Thursday, May 21 from 6 – 8: 30 pm at Mt. Tabor Middle School. Funding tree policy work will hopefully be included in this fiscal year’s budget, but probably not without your input. You may also testify online if [...]
Saturday, February 28 da Vinci Arts Middle School 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
This is a great event for neighborhood association leaders who want to network and collaborate with school parent activists who care about Portland’s public neighborhood schools and youth in our community.
The 9th annual Community & Parents for Public School’s (CPPS) [...]
Here is a concise summary of the major changes and new assignments down at City Hall — courtesy of the Coalition for a Livable Future.
This should make it easier to know whom to contact with your ideas and concerns.
Reorganization is Afoot at City Hall (top) Mayor Elect Sam Adams recently announced bureau [...]
An invitation from Mayor Sam’s office:
Meet Your New Mayor Invite
If you’re interested in getting involved with issues affecting our neighborhood on a state level, please plan to attend this meeting next week. From Southeast Uplift:
Neighborhood & community city legislative agenda City Council Chambers 1221 SW 4th Tuesday, January 6 7 – 9 PM
Neighborhood, business and other community-based organizations play an integral [...]
From Portland Bureau of Transportation: If you had to cut $6.4 million from the City’s Transportation budget, how would you prioritize programs? Please take our survey – respond by January 2, 2009.
Click below for survey: Bureau of Transportation Budget Prioritization Survey
The Portland Bureau of Transportation has been going through a budget prioritization [...]