Category: Bulletin Board

Primary Election—Registration Deadline Fast Approaching

 Secretary of State DENNIS RICHARDSON The State of Oregon 900 Court Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97310  –  oregon.sos@oregon.gov PRIMARY ELECTION— REGISTRATION DEADLINE  FAST APPROACHING The May 15 Primary Election is fast approaching, so I want to make you aware of several important deadlines and opportunities that will allow you to fully participate in the Primary. April 24th is the last day for voters to change their party registration. Please make sure your voter registration is up-to-date and remind your friends to do the same. State law only provides a Primary Election for major political parties. If you desire to vote in the Primary of one […]

Small Business training, resources and opportunity coming your way

Secretary of State Office of Small Business Assistance255 Capitol St. NE, Suite 151 Salem OR 97310 sos.oregon.gov/BusinessSOS Contact: Business.SOS@oregon.gov | 844-469-5512 (toll free) Small Business Training & Resources coming your way… A smaller version of the Governor’s Marketplace – Community Editions is coming to your town. These are half-day training events with the goal of arming small businesses with resources and opportunities to win government contracts. Nineteen communities from Brookings to Ontario will be hosting these free training events throughout 2018. In each community, a state team of trainers and key professionals comes together with local government purchasers and area lenders to enhance your government contracting knowhow. Why should you care? The State of […]

White Ally Toolkit from SE Uplift

Do you consider yourself a White Ally? Have you spoken to people who believe racism does not exist? Do you want to learn how to effectively communicate with the people in your life who are in denial about racism? Are you afraid of misspeaking when talking about racial issues? SE Uplift is hosting a White Ally Toolkit Training led by David Campt.  If anti-racism allies are going to change any minds, empathetic listening will likely be important. But, the anti-racism movement should not expect People of Color to empathetically listen to white racism skeptics. White people are in a much better position […]

Weigh in on options to Burnside Bridge earthquake ready!

What should we consider as we evaluate options to make the Burnside Bridge earthquake ready? Multnomah County is studying options for a Burnside crossing that will withstand a major earthquake. We have been talking with community members and a team of experts to better understand what should be considered. To catch you up on what we have learned and to find out what you think, we have launched an online briefing. Here are just a few things that we have heard so far… “I would like to see world class pedestrian and cycle connections continue to remain one of the pillars of this […]

Mt. Tabor Reservoirs Open House- Saturday, April 14th

Help us tell the story of the Mt. Tabor Reservoirs! We hope to see you tomorrow! Join us for an open house exploring ideas for interpretive displays about the historic reservoirs and Portland’s water system. Mt. Tabor Reservoirs Interpretive Displays Open House 10 a.m.- Noon Saturday, April 14, 2018 PCC SE Campus, Community Hall Annex 2305 SE 82nd Ave., Portland, OR 97216 Coffee and pastries provided About the Project For more than a hundred years, Mt. Tabor formed a major part of Portland’s water system, with most of the city’s water passing through reservoirs on its slopes. To comply with new […]

Marijuana Regulatory License Applications in the Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program coalition received by the City of Portland

RE:  Marijuana Regulatory License Applications in the Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program coalition received by the City of Portland All Medical Dispensaries and Marijuana Retailers in the City of Portland are required to submit a Marijuana Control Plan (MCP) that provides information about how a Medical Dispensary or Recreational Marijuana Retailer plans to mitigate livability concerns and a contact for the establishment. To view a Marijuana Control Plan for a particular location, click here:https://www.portlandoregon.gov/oni/69374 If issues arise that cannot be resolved directly with the business, we encourage community members to contact the Cannabis Program at 503-823-9333. Business Name: Tetra Cannabis   Marijuana […]

Booster Happy Hour – Thurs, February 22nd at Escapade Hair Salon

Join the Hollywood Boosters Business Association for our Happy Hour thanks to hostess Jan Tolman & her crew at Escapade Salon in Hollywood 4219 NE Hancock Thursday, February 22, 2018 5-7:00 p.m. We will provide refreshments, laughs and more! Please bring business cards to share and new potential members to see what we are all about!  We appreciate our Booster members. Please just show up at any time during the event, or RSVP to hollywoodboosters@gmail.com

Booster Happy Hour – Thurs, January 18th, 5-m at Sam’s

Join the Hollywood Boosters Business Association for our Happy Hour (we host some snacks, you buy your drinks!) at Sam’s Hollywood Billiards 1845 NE 41st Thursday, January 18, 2018 5-7:00 p.m. Please bring business cards to share and new potential members to see what we are all about!  Thanks Heidi Settlemier from Alameda Realty for organizing our monthly events! We appreciate our Booster members. Copyright © 2018 Hollywood Boosters, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you have signed up to receive emails from the Hollywood Boosters.Our mailing address is: Hollywood Boosters 2000 NE 42nd Ave. PMB 388 […]

NOTICE – Citywide Land Use Group Meeting – Monday, January 22, 2018 – 7:00 to 9:00 pm – Room 2500 B, 1900 Building – 1900 SW Fourth Avenue

Hello in the new year.  We will begin our meetings next Monday night, January 22, 2018 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.   Citywide Land Use Group will meet as always on the fourth Monday of the month in 2018.  This month’s meeting will begin by discussing what we want to happen in two very different but also connected areas which will frame most of the issues we deal with for the remainder of the year. Discussion One: First, the issue of city rules and guidelines for Historic Preservation efforts that may become part of the Comprehensive Plan implementation this year.  The process of identifying strategies and […]