The 2013 Eliot Neighborhood Association Clean-Up was a success!
An able and capable group of volunteers arrived early, ready to work. They made the day fun while contributing to Eliot’s great livability.
7:05 Meeting Starts
By Nancy Zimmermann Chung
This year, Eliot Neighbors are participating in Portland’s “Village Building Convergence”. Our project is an intersection painting at the corner of NE Rodney Avenue & NE Tillamook Street. Everyone is invited to join us and pitch in!
Where: NE Rodney Ave. & NE Tillamook St.
When: Saturday, June 1st, 2013, 10am – ?
What: Intersection painting and neighborhood block party, with free food provided by local grocers and eateries!
Room change- Room 4255 – this room is above the atrium on the right. 501 N Graham- go in, up the elevator to the fourth floor and across the sky-bridge.
Meeting of the Board (Public welcome) May13th at Legacy Emanuel Hospital : Room 4255 7-9pm
Contributed by the Regional Water Providers Consortium
According to the EPA, 10 percent of homes in the U.S. have leaks that waste 90 or more gallons of water day. Toilets are one of the most common culprits – and also one of the easiest to detect and fix. Oftentimes, the most common problem is a worn flapper valve that needs to be replaced. This is a simple and inexpensive fix.
Does the sound of running water from your toilet never stop? Perhaps your toilet runs on and off throughout the day, without being flushed? Or maybe your toilet doesn’t make any noise at all? Either way, many homeowners don’t know when their toilet isn’t working properly—but toilet troubles add up, affecting both the environment and your water bill. Surprisingly, one leaky toilet can fill an entire swimming pool with water after just one year.