Please save the date for the first TLC meeting of the fall, Tuesday, September 17, 7:00, at the Cully Grove common house, 4779 NE Going Street. On the agenda this month is a proposed 270,000 square foot warehouse in the 7600-7800 block of NE Killingsworth Street—behind the Comcast building. A hearing on this warehouse began […]
Special Election for CAN Member at Large board position Interested in putting your enthusiasm for Cully to good use, making a contribution and having an impact? If so please consider running for the Cully Association Board of Directors. We will have a special election at the September 10th, 2019 CAN General Meeting for the Member […]
Cully Neighbors, At the May 14th meeting of the Cully Association of Neighbors, we will be deciding on a resolution opposing the expansion of oil train and boat traffic and the transfer of tar sands oil at the Zenith Energy facility in NW Portland. Here is the resolution for your consideration: Mac McKinlay CAN Vice-Chair […]
Let’s talk about sidewalks. Some of us rely on them to walk safely in the neighborhood. Some of us think they spoil Cully’s rural vibe. At our next CAN Transportation and Land use Committee meeting we’ll discuss sidewalks—Do we want them? Where? Zef Wagner of the Bureau of Transportation will join us to get our […]
– Graphics Designer Volunteer Opportunity – Lay out the Cully Neighbor News- 4 issues per year, 16 pages, one version printed in black, blue and white, another online in color. You will receive edited articles, translations into Spanish, pictures and advertisements. The layout is currently done in InDesign. Photo editing is also necessary. First issues […]
No CAN Land Use Meeting for Sept.
David Backes, a PBOT Project Manager and a good friend to Cully, has created a website that details nine major transportation infrastructure projects coming to Cully in the next few years. https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/cullyprojects. I suggest you click on the map and look at the details of each of these exciting projects. And don’t miss the aerial […]
Jul 23 at 2:04 PM David Sweet and Chris Browne both took this class and recommend it to everyone. This class teaches you the history and the thinking behind the city of Portland’s current and future vision of our transportation systems. This class fills up fast so sign up early. The Portland Bureau of Transportation […]