Concordia News

The Concordia News newspaper is a free, self-supporting, volunteer, monthly publication of the Concordia Neighborhood Association. We welcome letters to the editor on the neighborhood topics. Please keep your letter to the point, and include your address and phone number, to verify authenticity.

We also welcome articles–however, all material may be edited for clarity, style, and space considerations. All material is published space permitting.

The deadline for article submissions is the 15th of each month.
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Send mail: P.O. Box 11194, Portland, OR 97211
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6 Responses to Concordia News

  1. Bill Revett says:

    Maybe I missed it in the Concordia News, but what prompted the construction of concrete barricades at 33rd and NE Holman?

  2. DK says:

    When is the 2012 CNA Yard Sale?

  3. Scott Cohen says:

    The construction of the NE Holman neighborhood greenway route for people walking, biking, and rolling. The concrete island built in the middle of NE 33rd helps people get across the busy street more safely.

    • m.young says:

      Perhaps painting a dedicated crosswalk area would have sufficed. I live in that area and am VERY unhappy that I can no longer turn left onto Holman from 33rd going south. No one asked me. I don’t believe that pedestrian crossing at that particular intersection was a problem for my neighbors. Those of us who actually live in the area and who would be DIRECTLY affected should have been consulted! Another waste of taxpayers dollars for something unneeded and unwanted!

  4. Bryan Parks says:

    When are the fine people at Concordia News going to usher in the 21st century and put the news online?

    Maybe a little something like this: ?

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