by Michael Anderson Gabe Frayne’s well-written and well-reported piece on density and infill in the April/May North Tabor News implies that all readers see a denser, livelier neighborhood as bad. They don’t. I can’t speak to the specific plans for Mark Wilde’s project on NE 57th, but I welcome the more general trend of infill.
This is a notification of the first Transportation Work Group (TWG) meeting. For those who may not know, the TWG is a group that was established in the Good Neighbor Agreement between North Tabor, Laurelhurst and Providence Portland Medical Center. The TWG gets down to the nuts and bolts of the transportation issues facing our
Land Use Committee Status Report January 15, 2013
We will be meeting in the den at the crime prevention hub at 4747 East Burnside Street. The meeting will be held from 6:30-8:30pm. Katherine Anderson, the SE Crime Prevention Coordinator will be there to let us in.
A new Good Neighbor Agreement was signed on November 8, between Laurelhurst Neighborhood Association, North Tabor Neighborhood Association, and Providence Portland Medical Center. Here is the text of the new agreement: Providence GNA