Minutes

June 16th, 2011 General Meeting

August 10, 2011 Comments Off on June 16th, 2011 General Meeting

We are hoping for sunny days soon in the South Tabor neighborhood. After 40 years of complaints, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will be sponsoring a community review of safety issues on SE Division from 11th to the city ... Read More »

May 19th, 2011 General Meeting

August 5, 2011 Comments Off on May 19th, 2011 General Meeting

STNA has a new president! We welcome MaryLouise Ott, elected unanimously to a two year term. In a celebratory atmosphere, outgoing president Jonah Paisner was presented with a gift certificate in appreciation for his four years of service. Cake and ... Read More »

April 21, 2011 General Meeting

July 26, 2011 Comments Off on April 21, 2011 General Meeting

Speakers from Friends of Portland Community Gardens¬†announced that following the adoption of a new master plan for the Mt. Tabor Nursery, a 15,000 square foot community garden will open at the east end of Lincoln by the entrance to the ... Read More »

March 17th, 2011 General Meeting

July 20, 2011 Comments Off on March 17th, 2011 General Meeting

STNA voted to support a letter submitted to the Portland City Council by MTNA, Arlington Heights, Sierra Club, Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, Friends of the Reservoirs, and others regarding Water Bureau plans to increase water bill costs. We are ... Read More »

February 17, 2011 General Meeting

June 26, 2011 Comments Off on February 17, 2011 General Meeting

In response to Franklin High School Class of 2011’s request for sponsorship of the upcoming senior (alcohol free) all night party, STNA voted unanimously to sponsor two graduating seniors. We are happy to welcome Kim Hogan as this year’s neighborhood ... Read More »

January 20, 2011 General Meeting

May 26, 2011 Comments Off on January 20, 2011 General Meeting

The new year has started off on a good note! Officer Brent Maxey of the East Precinct reported a decrease in the number of crimes in our neighborhood, which consisted predominantly of car prowls, especially along Powell Boulevard. To prevent ... Read More »