Midge Pierce

Neighborhood Notes April 2022

Buckman Community Association By Susan Lindsay The Buckman Community Association will host a public Candidate Forum virtually Thursday, April 14, 7 pm. All candidates for Multnomah County Chair and Portland …

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Mayoral, City Commissioner Races

By Midge Pierce The November ballot will include two City Council positions with run-offs against Portland’s Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Eudaly. As violence, crime and houselessness rise and confidence in …

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Residential Neighborhoods Rezoned for Multiplex Housing

By Midge Pierce After five years of heated debate, City Council’s passage last month of the Residential Infill Project (RIP) codifies the allowance of up to six housing units on …

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Good News for Black Homes and Heritage

By Midge Pierce Amidst three-plus months of outcries for racial justice and reforms, one City department quietly achieved an equitable path toward national recognition and preservation of homes and structures …

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Taborspace Fills Community Need

By Midge Pierce SE Portland lacks a community center, a situation that leaves organizations struggling to find space for events, concerts and more.  Taborspace at 5441 SE Belmont St., is …

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