Attached is the May 4, 2016 NWDA Transportation Committee agenda: 5-4-16 NWDA TransCom agenda
TM posted this:
Starting May 1, Line 77-Broadway/Halsey will be detoured due to major sewer construction. Sewer work will last approximately eight weeks and will require the closure of NW Thurman between 21st and 22nd Ave.
Line 77 will run on 23rd Ave., Savier, 22nd Ave., and Raleigh. Stops at 22nd & Thurman (Stop IDs 4788 and 7168) and at 21st & Savier (Stop IDs 10693 and 10694) will be closed. Temporary stops are located on Raleigh between 21st and 22nd Ave.
If you have any questions or concerns please call TriMet Customer Service at 503-238-RIDE (7433), 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Attached are updated drawings presented to the NWDA Planning Committee this morning.
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Attached is the agenda for the April 6, 2016 NWDA Transportation Committee: 4-6-2016 NWDA TransCom agenda
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Present: Dan Packard, David Arrow, Bob L, Joe Keller, Myriam Alaux, S.Joan Glebow, jorjan Parker, Evan Farnham, Sharon Genasci
First item on the agenda was the question of ESCO’s closure of Plant 1.
It was announced at the NAC (Neighborhood Advisory Committee) meeting that the Plant 1 closure date has not been set. When Sharon questioned ESCO representatives, they said that the plant could still be operating in a year’s time.
ESCO also mentioned that they would like to begin discussions on a new Good Neighbor Agreement for the five years of the next permit. Plant 3 will continue to operate as usual. Mark Morford will continue, as in the last GNA, to serve as ESCO’s lawyer.
Discussion included all the new housing units that have gone up in the ESCO airshed since the last permit, making the need for controls on heavy metals and other pollutants even more important. We discussed the outcome of the last GNA, when our committee was not pleased with the agreement, and wrote a Minority Report to register our dissatisfaction with a 20 per cent reduction in emissions, no opportunity for fenceline monitoring to validate emissions’ levels and no controls at all on Slinger Bay, which is closest to the neighborhood with open windows and ceiling vents.
David Arrow gave a quick update on diesel emissions at the Railroad Station where trains continue to idle. Our committee was refused permission by building managers at two Portland Housing Authority buildings next to the Station, to put monitors on the rooftops to ascertain diesel levels that potentially expose housing residents.
Sharon announced she is showing her film, “What’s In Our Air?” at the Clinton Street Theater on March 21st “ at 7:00 pm. Air quality activists from across Portland will discuss DEQ plans for temporary rules for heavy metals from small art glass factories in SE Portland. The group agreed that Sharon should write testimony, urging ODEQ to write permanent rules for all businesses emitting lead, arsenic, cadmium and other heavy metals that are endangering public health in Oregon.
Sharon Genasci, Chair, NWDA Air Quality Committee
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation is proposing changes to W. Burnside and NW/SW 18th and 19th to improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. You can view the proposal at the web site below. They are looking for feedback by February 29, 2016.
- Access the presentation that City Staff has given at several Neighborhood and Business Associations that have expressed interest.
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Attached is the draft agenda for the March 2, 2016 NWDA Transportation Committee:
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Attached is the agenda for the February 3, 2016 NWDA Transportation Committee: 2-3-16 NWDA TransCom Agenda
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Click on this link to read the HLC’s memo concerning moving this contributing structure within the Historic Alphabet District.