DCBA Pres.: Todd Cleek

email w.t.clek@gmail.com

Meetings: 3rd Tuesday

OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond 

7:30 am 

3930 SE Division

www.divisionclinton.com

 

There will be a street fair this year! The streets may be in the process of being paved, the bioswales in the process of being built and planted and some of the private development not quite finished, but like last year, we are going to celebrate around them. Look for more information soon.  July 26 – Save the Date.

More new businesses are setting up in Division/Clinton. La Panza moved into 2425 SE 26th replacing Sushi Ben 2Go offering Mexican and Southwestern dishes. Moving into the D Street Village sometime within the next four weeks is Josephine’s Dry Goods. They offer materials, classes, sewing machines and buttons.

Our new sponsor is Todd Cleek of Cleek Law Office, todd@cleeklaw.com.  Cleek Law practices Business, Estate Planning and Real Estate Law in Oregon and Washington. Todd was elected President of Division/Clinton Business Association in January 2014.

Steve Goldsmith of Floare, the new flower shop in the D Street Village, is passing on this information to all our businesses:  “Richmond Flats, the 81 unit at 37th & Division, is creating Welcome Packets for their new tenants. Floare provided 81 promotional cards with 10% coupons. You can drop your items off at the office on the ground floor or call 503.941.6623.  Hawthorne 26 (26th & Hawthorne) and Abernethy Court (30th & Hawthorne) will also take promotional items for new tenants.”

Remember the surveys you did last summer and the many meetings to talk about DCBA’s future? Well, all that data is being crunched and massaged into a plan for the district and for Division/Clinton Business Association. You’ll be hearing again from us soon.

The Oregonian continues to mention our great variety of restaurants. This weeks’ notice was for Bollywood Theater II at 30th and Division and American Local directly across the street at 3003 SE Division St.

According to Joe Annett the Division Streetscape project is still on schedule. Paving between 10th and 39th will be done by late summer and all the rest of the bioswale work by the end of October.  Contact project spokesman Joseph Annett at 503.823.2934 or joseph.annett@portlandoregon.gov.