Concordia Neighborhood Association
Here’s the draft agenda for the January 20th, 2021 CNA LUTC Meeting.
Web: https://meet.google.com/ocg-wgut-iki | Phone: 316-512-3077 PIN: 417604919#
316-512-3077 PIN: 417604919#
The Concordia Neighborhood Association sent this letter to decision-makers, following a series of recent fatal crashes on North Portland Highway / Highway 30 Bypass:
To date, we have only received supportive responses from Congressman Earl Blumenauer, and Metro Councilor Sam Chase. No other decision-maker has had the common decency to even reply, much less join the coalition seeking solutions for the conditions on this deadly facility.
We held our second fully-virtual CNA LUTC meeting last month (April), and it seems we’re getting used to this thing now, things are working well. Not only do you no longer even need to leave your house to attend, but you don’t even have to feel guilty about that, because nobody else is leaving their house to attend the meeting physically, either!
And yet, all of this distancing is also increasing the levels of social isolation in our community. Once the time comes, it really will do us all a lot of good to spend some time outside in the nice weather, hanging out with our neighbors, both those we know already, and those we are about to meet.
To join our April meeting, on Wednesday, May 20th at 7pm, use this login information:
For security reasons (to prevent Zoombombing-type incidents):
If you’re joining us for the first time by web at this meeting, please just email your address (or nearest cross street) within the neighborhood to: landuse (at) concordiapdx (dot) org
+1 316-512-3077 PIN: 417604919#
See attached for the draft agenda.
Agenda for the Wednesday, February 19, 2020 meeting of the CNA LUTC.
Yes, we can talk about the potential future of the Concordia University site.
This Wednesday, January 15th, 2020, we’ll have two guests at the CNA LUTC meeting:
First, we’ll be talking about the redevelopment of the Dekum Court housing project with Pamela Kambur from Home Forward.
Then, we’ll be discussing the Columbia Lombard Mobility Plan with Bryan Poole from PBOT.
Please join us! 7-8:30 pm in the Community Room in the SE Corner of McMenamins Kennedy School.
The Smell MyCity website makes smell report data publicly accessible and easy for all residents and community groups to explore. You can visit the map visualization page to see how smell reports are distributed across the city over time. In addition, the data access page enables anyone to download smell report data for further analysis.
See attached for the Concordia Neighborhood Association’s letter to Portland City Council about Neighborhood System Reform, inspired by the 3.96 code update project.