Monthly Archives: June 2016

Sewer Repair Project: Street drilling starts July 5

Over about two weeks beginning Tuesday, July 5, city crews will drill holes in streets and take soil, rock and pavement samples to help plan next year’s sewer repairs. You are forgiven for retorting that our streets already have enough holes. 😉 Within the Woodstock neighborhood boundary, locations include:

Toxic air: A Woodstock-specific update

As you’ve probably heard, the U.S. Forest Service measured Portland moss samples in 2013 and found some locations with high levels of toxic elements. More details released earlier in June indicate that two locations within the Woodstock neighborhood boundary are among the top eight for nickel and cadmium — but… Read More»