DCBA Pres.: Darice Robinson
Meetings: 3rd Tuesday
OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond
3930 SE Division
Dining on Division/Clinton begins January 13 and continues until February 23. Visit some of our great restaurants and remember to turn in your dining cards for an opportunity to win gift certificates. Check www.divisionclinton.com for information.
The D/CBA’s 26th annual meeting is scheduled for 11:30 – 1:30, Tuesday, January 22 at St Philip Neri’s Carvlin Hall, 16th and Division. Enjoy lunch, elect D/CBA’s board, meet Venture Portland, get updated on the Division Streetscape, and bring an item for the silent auction. Cost is $20 and reservations are requested.
The schedule for redevelopment of Division St. has slipped again. It now looks to start in late May and continue into the summer of 2014.
OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond has expanded its service area and is welcoming new patients. The clinic has day and evening hours, Saturday appointments, and an in-house pharmacy.
Fix my Dead PC moved to a larger shop at 1350 SE 122nd. Don hopes to continue meeting your computer needs. He reminds everyone it’s time to update your software and clear out your viruses. He also cautions against the FBI virus. His former space at 39th and Lincoln will be the new home of a bike shop. Lyrik, the coffee shop next door, has closed and the new owner plans to open a restaurant called Roosevelt very soon.
Barely Worn, 49th and Division has closed up shop. Owner/Manager Lea Scott has donated all the clothing and business equipment to SE Works, where she will start a clothing shop to help provide clothing to work applicants as well as teach the retail business to youth. Lea is very happy that her work to help teens will be carried on through SE Works.