By Sarabeth Long -
623 NE Thompson
There are two 125-year-old houses in Eliot that are going to be demolished if the neighborhood doesn’t rally to save them. The best option would be to purchase them from the developer who owns them, Guy Bryant of GPB Construction, or failing that, to convince him not to tear them down to build his ultramodern 40-foot-tall rowhouses that, needless to say, don’t fit in to the neighborhood. The houses were built at the time the City of Albina was its own city.
By Jeri Bee -
Community Conversations Open House. © Sean O’Connor / Our United Villages
Wednesday October 8th neighbors from all corners of Eliot gathered, socialized, and shared their thoughts and stories about our awesome neighborhood. Thank you to all who came out – it was great seeing you and getting to know you. A big hearted thank you as well to all our local patrons and artists who donated food and gifts for the raffle.
Eliot Land Use and Transportation Committee Agenda
October 20, 2014 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Emanuel Hospital, Room 1027
Eliot Zone Map 2014
If you are a property owner, you probably received this notice in the past month. Normally, a notice like this is cause for alarm, but not in this case. Two major changes are proposed in Eliot as part of the Comp Plan; changing R2 (one residence per 2000 sq ft) zones to R2.5 (one residence per 2500 sq ft) and changing all C (commercial) and E (employment) zones to “Mixed Use.”
Comprehensive Plan Map App
The second Draft Comprehensive (Comp) Plan is out for review. As noted in previous columns, the State requires Portland to prepare a 20-year plan to accommodate expected future growth. The current Comp Plan was adopted in 1993 and is showing its age. The Draft Plan is expected to be adopted by City Council next summer. City planners are accepting comments on the plan through the end of October and a discussion of the Plan will be part of the General Membership meeting October 13th. This will be your best chance to comment before the final plan. Two public hearings are scheduled in October (the 14th and 28th), and comments can be submitted anytime using the “Map App” and other links on the Comp Plan web site.
Eliot Neighborhood Association Meeting Agenda
Monday – October 13, 2014 – 6:30 pm
Legacy Emanuel Medical Center
Medical Office Building – West Conference Room
501 N Graham
By Lillian Moffitt -
Students at Boise-Eliot/Humboldt School
Add your voice: Name selection for Boise-Eliot/Humboldt Elementary School.
Parents, school staff, and district representatives invite all members of our Boise, Eliot, and Humboldt neighborhoods to participate in a conversation for the selection of an official name for our local public Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade school, currently known as Boise-Eliot/Humboldt Elementary School. All members of the communities; parents and non-parents, housing providers, social service providers, business operators, and residents are all welcome to join the conversation by attending the next two Site Council meetings. All of these meetings are open to the public. Site Council Meetings happen on the second Wednesday of the month. The next two meetings are October 8th and November 12th, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm in the Boise-Eliot/Humboldt School Library.
By Maegan Vidal –
Pediatric cardiologists James Kyser, M.D. and Peter Chang, D.O. read ECGs at the 2012 Teen Athlete Cardiac Screening
The American Heart Association reports that one in every 30,000 to 50,000 high school aged athletes die annually in the U.S. from sudden cardiac arrest.
The Children’s Heart Program at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in partnership with The David Heller Foundation, with generous support from adidas and Health Net of Oregon, present the eighth annual Teen Athlete Cardiac Screening Saturday, October 4, 2014. This year, the Teen Athlete Cardiac Screening is expanding its reach and how it gives back to the community.
Stop the Demolition Sign
All around Portland signs are showing up in front yards with the purpose of stopping the demolition of Portland homes. With the upturn in the economy developers are in full swing looking for any opportunity they can to tear down a house and build something new. Now is the time for residents to act to save our historic homes.
By Jere Fitterman
You are invited to join in conversation with your neighbors and the Eliot Neighborhood Association (ENA) board about our Eliot neighborhood.
Meeting begins at 6:30 with introductions
Minutes from August meeting read and passed
Eliot Land Use and Transportation Committee meeting minutes 9/16/14
Williams Ave before change to 1 lane
On Monday, the transformation of Williams will begin as construction starts on the North Williams Safety Project. There are a lot of changes, but the biggest on Williams is that most of it will be one lane and the bike path is moving to the left side. Rodney will also see the addition of speed bumps and a diagonal traffic diverter at Ivy.
Eliot Land Use and Transportation Committee Agenda
September 16, 2014 6:30 – 8:30 pm (Rescheduled from 9/15)
Emanuel Hospital, Lorenzen Conference Center, Room 1700