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Volunteer Work Parties
Marsee's pastries and coffee greet volunteers who help at the Spring Clean Up! There are 3 volunteer opportunities:
A - Awesome Entry Areas - Clean & clear our Gantenbein entry.
B - Box Bunch- Monitor drop boxes and help recycle.
C - Cool River Crews - Litter removal shoreside from boats! (sign up required)
Sign up to volunteer: email@example.com, 503-673-6290
News Announcement regarding La Mota Dispensary at 207 N. Bridgeton
Yesterday the BNA board received verbal notice from La Mota LLC that the company would not open a dispensary at the location formerly occupied by Channel’s Edge. Today we received email confirmation that ONI also heard this verbal notice. At this time, though, no steps have been taken by La Mota to officially withdraw the application..
Because of this development, BNA leaders have decided to cancel the emergency meeting scheduled for next Tuesday, March 6 at the Columbia Edgewater Country Club. The next BNA general meeting is scheduled for April 17, (details to be announced shortly). We will add a discussion item with adequate time to update neighbors of any further information we receive.
There will be a special meeting of the Bridgeton Neighborhood Association regarding the proposed Marijuana Dispensary on Bridgeton Road
Tuesday March 6, 2018 6:30PM - 8:00 PM
Columbia Edgewater Country Club
2220 NE Marine Drive
We have invited representatives of the Office of Neighborhood Involvement, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission and La Mota to meet with us.
Spread the word, and we hope to see you there.
The MCDD, Multnomah County Drainage District wants your input.
MCDD is developing a Drainage Master Plan to guide the District's projects and priorities over the next 10-15 years.The District is seeking input from landowners and residents to help identify areas that experience flooding during major rain events. This information will be used to prioritize future improvements and maintenance projects so that the Districts can best meet the drainage and flood management needs of out landowners and residents.
If you didn't receive a survey, contact Joel Schoening, Community Affairs Manager.
Starts May 30th
Expected to Last 7 - 10 Days
On May 30, MCDD will begin working with contractors to repair damage to the levees caused by recent high water on the Columbia River. The work will be focused in two areas.
On the North side of Bridgeton road across from NE 1st Pl.
At this location work is expected to begin approximately May 30, and last for 7-10 working days.
On the North side of Marine Drive, just west from NE 122nd Ave.
At this location work is expected to begin approximately June 12, and last for 5 working days.
All work is permitted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and repaired areas will be more resistant to future erosion because of the repairs.
The project will:
MCDD been working with partners, residents and landowners immediately adjacent to work areas to manage parking and other issues.
Some minor traffic delays may be necessary as crews transport materials and heavy equipment to the work sites.
Direct questions to:
Community Affairs Manager
503.281.5675 ext. 302 | 541.954.4680
The BNA board is recommending that an expansion permit request by American Petroleum Environmental Service, Inc. (APES) be denied.
Bridgeton neighbors can add their voice through the Metro public comment process which is open until May 19th.
Metro information on the public comment process.
The BNA Board is recommending the permit be denied based on these facts:
Here is the draft of the BNA Board's letter to Metro recommending the expansion permit be denied. You can add your suggestions in the comment section below.
The Oregon Department of Transportation has some upcoming paving work off Oregon 99E (Pacific Highway East/NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) in Northeast Portland.
The project locations are:
Work is expected to begin May 8.
Katelyn Jackson (Hilsenbeck)
ODOT Region 1
Just another follow up on this issue. As I’m sure you are aware, we are still restricting parking in the same areas along Bridgeton Rd. near an area of erosion on the levee. We had some geotechnical engineers evaluate the erosion last week and are working with the Corps to develop next steps.
Current river forecasts predict the River to rise above 16’ (minor flood stage) again later this week. We still believe that restricting parking in that area to reduce risk and increase access is the most prudent course of action at this time. We understand that this is an inconvenience and we appreciate your patience.
Community Affairs Manager
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