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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Governor Kate Brown 900 Court Street NE, Suite 254 Salem, OR 97301-4047 March 29, 2018 RE: Opportunity Zones Dear Governor Brown: As community-based organizations rooted in the Cully neighborhood in Northeast Portland, we strongly urge you not to designate our neighborhood’s census tracts (74, 75 and 76) as Opportunity Zones. Opportunity Zones are designed […]
The next “Preferred” draft of the Residential Infill Project proposal will be released on Monday, April 2. The Planning and Sustainability Commission will hold public hearings on the draft on May 8 and 15. Due to the timing it will be challenging for CAN to review the proposal and formulate comments to present to […]
What is this project about? In response to community concerns about demolitions and the scale of new homes, as well as the range of available housing choices in Portland, the Residential Infill Project is updating Portland’s single-dwelling zoning rules to better meet the changing housing needs of current and future residents. The project addresses […]
Comments are open until Nov 30th on the Residential Infill Project plan. How to comment Comments are due by Nov. 30, 2017. You may submit comments on the Discussion Draft in several ways: With the online comment form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/residentialinfill By email: email@example.com By mail: The printable online comment form and letters can be mailed to: City of Portland Bureau […]