City wide issues

07

Nov

Opening Wapato as a Wellness Recovery Center

Please consider joining nearly all the 94 Neighborhood Associations at Wapato tomorrow Friday at 11:00 am

to hear the latest development!!!

Jordan Schnitzer personally invites everyone from the Neighborhoods to attend! Jordan is optimistic that he has the missing pieces needed to finally plan ahead for using this 156,000 SqFt facility as a Recovery Center!

Please bring yourself and any neighbors who are interested in housing and treating our growing homeless problem!

Sorry for this extremely short notice; but this assembly was announced today at 3:00pm!


(Address: 14355 N Bybee Lake Ct.

West of I-5 on N Marine Dr.

Turn left on Leadbetter

Turn left onto Bybee Lake)

 

Jeff Geisler

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01

Nov

Event

Deconstructing Diesel, Part 2: A Breathe Oregon Community Forum

 

 

Event Information

Description

Join us for a special evening with Adriano Martinez, a Los Angeles-based Earthjustice attorney

What's next for Oregon after the state legislature passed HB2007, which regulates diesel trucks in the Portland Metro region, to continue to address the most dangerous air pollution in our state? Can we tackle our biggest environmental challenges head on, and address the intersections of Environmental Justice, Air Quality and Climate?

We invite you for a very special evening with Adriano Martinez, an attorney from the Los Angeles office of Earthjustice, and presentations on the most recent Portland Metro region air quality research from Amelia Schlusser, attorney at the Green Energy Institute and Dr. Linda George, leading air quality environmental research specialist, Portland State University.

About Adriano Martinez: With over 15 years of experience, Adriano has specialized in air quality and healthy communities issues. His extensive litigation experience includes environmental claims in state and federal court. Since 2013, he has been an adjunct lecturer in law at UCLA School of Law, where he has co-taught a course on environmental justice. Adriano has presented on transportation electrification and other topics in environmental law at several conferences, including the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability’s Forum on Electrifying Transportation in California. He has unique expertise on reducing emissions from California’s freight sector and serves on the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach’s Sustainable Supply Chain Advisory Committee.

Date and Time

Location

Swift Agency

1250 Northwest 17th Avenue

Portland, OR 97209

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Organizer Neighbors for Clean Air

Organizer of Deconstructing Diesel, Part 2: A Breathe Oregon Community Forum

We work to make Oregonians healthier by reducing toxic air pollution.

 

 

31

Oct

City Council re code change

 
 
 

November 14 Council Meeting

A woman speaks to a group during the code change community Vietnamese conversation held in February.
This morning, City Council voted and approved the location of the November 14 council meeting to take place at Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI). We will send another update next week with a detailed agenda for the meeting. 

Location: Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI), 3920 N Kerby Ave, Portland, 97227

Time: 5:30 -8:00pm (doors open at 5:00pm, meeting will end promptly at 8:00pm) 
Food, refreshments, and childcare will be provided.

Will Public Testimony Be Allowed?
Yes. There will be an opportunity to sign up for public testimony on November 14 beginning at 5:00pm.
 
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