Trauma Nurse Lands Statewide Award

Photo of Joe Tanner
Joe Tanner

Joe Tanner isn’t the typical recipient of the Oregon Health Authority’s Life Saving Medal. It’s usually given to an emergency medical technician, or EMT. Tanner is a registered nurse on the Neuro Trauma Intensive Care Unit at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center who cares for patients brought in through the hospital’s emergency room. What makes this unique is what he did for himself that will help others.

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Adopt a Storm Drain

Clearing a Storm DrainPortland’s storm drains help drain storm water quickly and efficiently and keep our streets safe. But when drains get clogged with fallen leaves and other debris, it can lead to ponding water in our streets and at our intersections. That makes it harder to drive, walk, bike and roll around town. Portland Bureau of Transportation crews work hard to keep the drains clear. But with over 58,000 drains in the city, they can’t get to all of them.

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Portland Winter Lights Festival Shines Again

Tree light up for Festival of Lights
Portland Winter Light Festival. “TrEeD” by Tyler FuQua. Photo: Carlton Ward

Once again, February 1-3, the city will be lit up with art along the banks of the Willamette River near OMSI and in other various locations throughout the city. Artists and performers will showcase their talent for residents who have bundled up to embrace winter weather and the season of darkness, connecting with their city when most of us choose to stay indoors.

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Letter from the Chair Winter 2018

Our Eliot Neighborhood Association, ENA, Board has been busy this past year with traditional activities and on clean-up. However, the Board is evolving, as is our neighborhood, to be more diverse and more action oriented. This fall four new members joined the Board (see Board profiles in this issue). We have set our sights on 2018 to address issues brought up during our Community Conversations (safety and parking) issues brought to us from groups (air pollution and traffic).

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Eliot Sewer and Stormwater Project Update

Environmental Services is coordinating with the Water Bureau to relocate waterlines that will conflict with sewer and stormwater construction in the Eliot neighborhood. Crews were scheduled to begin in mid- December 2017 and continue relocation work through the end of February 2018. The map shows where crews will be working each month. This schedule may change due variables, including conditions underground, weather, subcontractor schedules and availability of materials.

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MLK Day Neighborhood Clean-up Event

Litter
Litter just waiting to be picked up.

Mark your Calendars!

Please join the Eliot Livability Team in honoring the great civil rights leader by helping to beautify Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd on MLK Day. Volunteers from near and far are invited to attend this litter pick-up event, which is sponsored by SOLVE. Eliot residents, come out to meet your neighbors and show some neighborhood pride! All supplies will be provided.

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LUTC Meeting Agenda 2018-01-08

Eliot Land Use and Transportation Committee Agenda
January 8, 2018

Meeting begins 7:00pm

<DRAFT> Agenda:

  1. additions?
  2. Infill proposal at 126 NE Stanton (Farzan Enayati)
  3. Micro-housing at Williams and Fargo
  4. Demolition Request at 19 NE Morris (Mike Warwick)
  5. Land Use Committee Elections
  6. Other updates (parking permit district, etc)
  7. Public Comment

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