Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association is hosting their April general meeting this week. Along with announcements, feature presenters are:
PBOT – to speak about repaving SE 45th, Glenwood to Harney Scott Cohen VOZ – Workers’ Rights Education Project
The agenda is here.
Brentwood-Darlington Community Center, 7211 SE 62nd Ave * Thurs, April 4th, 7 pm – 9 pm
Residential Infill Project:
For March’s general meeting, the Lents Neighborhood Association hosted a forum on the City of Portland‘s Residential Infill Project.
In a RIP Displacement Risk and Mitigation released by the City last month, city planners expect Lents, Brentwood-Darlington, and the eastern part of Montavilla are likely to experience the most displacement.
SATURDAY, MARCH 29TH
Weed Warriors (event):
“First Weed Warriors volunteer event of the season is this Saturday! Gloves are all clean and ready to go! Come join us in the beautiful spring weather to remove non-native plants and some other park maintenance projects.”
Mt Tabor Visitor’s Center, SE Salmon Way & SE Park Dr * 9 am – noon
Hora de Manualidades (Craft hour):
“Agrega arte y color a tu vida con estas manualidades centradas en la alfabetización temprana. Todos los materiales serán proporcionados. Espacio para 20 personas.”
Holgate Library * 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Renters rights forum:
“Congratulations to Mt. Scott – Arleta Neighborhood Association for securing a small neighborhoods grant from SEUL (Southeast Uplift) and the Office of Community and Civic Life. The grant will be used toward a much-needed Renter’s Rights Training:
In conjunction with CAT (Community Alliance of Tenants) the MSANA will present a 2-hour training to help community members understand how to become better equipped at locating, securing and retaining affordable and adequate housing.”
Mt Scott Community Center, 5530 SE 72nd Ave * 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm