Arbor Lodge Neighborhood Association Public Meeting: Thursday February 16, 7pm-8:30pm
Please join us for our monthly meeting this Thursday, February 16, 2023, from 7-8:30pm | (informal time from 6:45-7pm) The meeting will be offered both in person at the Kenton Firehouse and over Zoom. Kenton Firehouse 8105 N Brandon Ave Portland, OR 97217 Click here to join via zoom Meeting ID: 838 3458 7971 Passcode: 509566 One tap mobile +16694449171,,83834587971# US +16699006833,,83834587971# US (San Jose) Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kfRi6h9Vo
— February 16, 2022, ALNA Public Meeting Agenda:
6:45pm Zoom meeting opens – INFORMAL (15 minutes)
7:00pm Welcome, introductions (3 minutes)
7:03pm Ground rules (1 minute)
Speak your truth
Be with your discomfort
Expect and accept non closure
Keep mics on mute
I may have to cut people off in the interest of time, keeping with the schedule, and allowing fullest participation
Share any extra questions in chat
Does everyone agree?
7:05 pm Acknowledgement of loss of community member Arthur Earl Jones
7:10pm Arbor Lodge Shelter Update (10 minutes)
7:20 pm Sara Ryan from Commissioner Susheela Jayapal’s Office - Working together to support the community.
7:50 pm Update on Insurance and North Portland Chairs Meeting - Ginger Edwards
8:00 pm Red Barn Issues
8:10pm Committee / Board / Last Minute Updates (25 minutes)
Transportation - vacant position
We have new land use Chair - thank you to Katie MacKenzie for stepping into this role
Clean Air - vacant position
Tree Team - Ginger Edwards
Neighborhood Emergency Team - vacant position
Outreach / communication
8:30pm End of meeting
Brian Duncan Fruit Tree Giveaway - Arbor Lodge Park (corner of N Dekum St & N Delaware Ave) from 11am – 1pm
SOLVE Neighborhood Clean Up - When: Sunday, February 19th, 2023, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Arbor Lodge Fruit Tree Giveaway – Pacific Madrone's now available
Arbor Lodge Fruit Tree Giveaway – 2023
New Trees! Yes, all the fruit trees are reserved, blueberry bushes too, but we have a new tree to offer you. If you've ever wanted to add the graceful Pacific Madrone to your yard, this might be your chance for free. These trees need full sun and very good drainage, so a slope is best. Go to https://arborlodgetrees.weebly.com/fruit-tree-giveaway.html and scroll until you find the sign up for Madrone trees.
The distribution is in person on Saturday, March 4th, 10-12 noon at Arbor Lodge Park on the east side near Dekum Street.
Public voting on the North Portland Library Redesign
As part of Multnomah County Library’s building and expansion program, North Portland Library is being renovated and expanded.
Public voting on the North Portland Library interior concept is live and runs until Monday, February 13. The voting will be available both in-person at North Portland and Albina as well as online on the website.
For in-person voting, there will be boards set up at Albina and North Portland libraries with three color options to choose from. People will be asked to drop a colored piece of paper corresponding with their favorite design option into a box. Once voting closes, the votes will be tallied and the results will be shared with staff and the community.
Translations for all library service languages are provided via the links at the top of the webpage and on the physical boards in Albina and North Portland.
Fruit Tree Giveaway
Would you like a FREE fruit tree or blueberry bush? How about a tree to bring birds into your yard, or a large yard tree? Arbor Lodge Tree Team is offering free fruit trees, blueberry bushes, and trees to attract birds, all you have to do is reserve the plant of your choice, then come pick it up on March 4th at Arbor Lodge Park. And, in partnership with the City of Portland Urban Forestry we are also offering large yard trees.
Check out the website, pick your tree or bush, and come see us at the Park on March 4th. You'll help our air quality, eventually get fruit, and enjoy shade and beauty. Tree Giveaway: Arbor Lodge Park (corner of N Dekum St & N Delaware Ave) 11am – 1pm
Go to: https://arborlodgetrees.weebly.com/fruit-tree-giveaway.html
North Portland Aquatic Center Community Workshop #2 Survey
Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is excited to bring a state-of-the-art Aquatic Center to North Portland. PP&R is considering the following five candidate site as potential locations for the North Portland Aquatic Center:
Columbia Park Annex
St. Johns Park (next to St. Johns Community Center)
University Park (next to Charles Jordan Community Center)
Please review the criteria and data in the Community Workshop #2 Presentation, and then take the survey to:
Rank the five sites according to your assessment of how well each site fits the EQUITY, ACCESS, and IMPACTS categories
Tell us which features and categories you would like us to prioritize in the North Portland Aquatic Center
TAKE THE COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #2 SURVEY
Survey responses are needed by Sunday, February 12, 2023, at midnight.
If you have any questions about the North Portland Aquatic Center project or Community Workshop #2, please contact Ken Rumbaugh at email@example.com
Portland Parks & Recreation está considerando los siguientes cinco sitios candidatos como ubicaciones potenciales para el Centro Acuático del Norte de Portland:
parque de Columbia
Anexo del parque Columbia
parque de Northgate
parque de St. Johns (junto al Centro Comunitario de St. Johns)
parque de University (junto al Centro Comunitario Charles Jordan)
Lea los criterios y datos en la Presentación del Taller comunitario n.° 2 y luego complete la encuesta para:
Clasifique los cinco sitios de acuerdo con su evaluación de qué tan bien se ajusta cada sitio a las categorías de EQUIDAD, ACCESO e IMPACTO
Díganos qué características y categorías le gustaría que priorizáramos en el Centro Acuático del Norte de Portland
PARTICIPE EN LA ENCUESTA DEL TALLER COMUNITARIO #2
Se necesitan las respuestas de la encuesta antes del domingo 12 de febrero de 2023 a la medianoche.