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“Out of the Mud” meeting #2 scheduled for October 22

“Out of the Mud” meeting #2 scheduled for October 22

This is a confirmation for neighbors with an interest in learning more about alternative options being proposed by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) for improving unimproved streets. At WNA’s October 3rd meeting, we had a presentation on this topic by Christine Leon, PE, Development & Street Systems Management Division.… Read More»

September Neighborhood Association Meeting – Agenda

September Neighborhood Association Meeting – Agenda

GENERAL MEETING AGENDA      SEPTEMBER 5, 2012                                     WELCOME/INTRODUCTIONS/DETAILS———————————————– Call to order – Welcome/Introductions Approve agenda August minutes – approve both sections Police Report/Crime Prevention –Update on Lutz  & Pizza Roma Good Neighbor Agreements SPECIAL SPEAKER Library District Measure (on November ballot) COMMITTEE/GROUPS REPORTS  —————————————————– – Library – FWCC – Reed… Read More»

2012 Woodstock Community Street Clean-up Needs You!

Come join your neighbors in cleaning up the neighborhood! Coffee and pastries and a volunteer lunch are provided! When: Saturday, June 2nd Where to meet: Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd Ave. Times: 8:30am Registration (required)9:00am – 12:00pm Clean up12:00pm – 1:00pm Volunteer Lunch To pre-register: Contact Angie Even at… Read More»

Annual Plant Sale – May 12th, 9am to 3pm!

The Woodstock Neighborhood Association presents:Bounteous Plant Sale Plants from neighborhood gardens will be sold to support The Woodstock Community Center Perennials: Many Varieties | Hostas | Daylilies to Evening Primroses | Herbs | Vegetable Starts | Native Plants | Garden Sculpture | Mason Bee Houses The plant sale takes place at the… Read More»

SE Uplift Announces 2012 Graffiti Abatement Community Grants Program

SE Uplift Announces 2012 Graffiti Abatement Community Grants Program

SE Uplift and the Office of Neighborhood Involvement are pleased to announce the availability of $7,400 in grant funds through the Graffiti Abatement Community Grants Program. Neighborhood, business and community-based organizations are eligible to apply for community-driven improvement projects in the area of graffiti abatement and attempting to repair the… Read More»