Here’s a story about how some churches are re-defining their mission and serving their community by opening up their space to the public. We also discuss why some churches are reluctant to follow what Pastor Matt Huff from Central Nazarene Church calls “The Church’s Greatest Commandment”.
Portland’s pedestrian plan:
Read the draft plan, offer comments, and hear people’s stories on the PedPDX plan here.
There are a few more meetings left, and comments are being accepted until May 3rd.
More on Precision Castparts Corporation:
From the Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association site:
“Oregon Health Authority has agreed to extend the public comment period to April 15, 2019 on the Precision Castparts Corporation Public Health Assessment (PHA)findings. You can view an independent review by Steven G. Gilbert, PhD, DABT, Institute of Neurotoxicology & Neurological Disorders (INND) by clicking here.”
Many have said, and I agree: this study did not go far enough in getting a real sense of if PCC facility damaged the health of its neighbors. We took a close look at the situation here.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22ND
Karaoke at Eagle Eye:
You can live your karaoke dreams four nights a week at the Eagle Eye Tavern.
5836 SE 92nd Ave * 9 pm – close
SATURDAY, MARCH 23RD
Folk / Americana at Misdemeanor Meadows!