Liquor License Renewals- North of Burnside Street Expire on December 6, 2012.
As part of the renewal process, the city of Portland reviews current licensees to determine whether to make a favorable or unfavorable recommendation to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC). Your role, along with the Neighborhood and Business Associations is critical to the licensing process. If there are concerns, but neighbors do not wish to formally oppose the outlet renewal (liquor, grocery and convenience stores, bars, taverns, restaurants) may take advantage of this time to bring issues to the City’s attention so we can work with licensees to resolve specific problems informally.
The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public’s help in identifying “The Hipster Bandit,” who is responsible for two bank robberies in Northeast Portland.
Crime Stoppers Case #12-41 Plaid Pantry Armed Robbery Attachment: VIEW FILES
The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public’s help in solving an armed robbery that occurred in Northeast Portland’s Irvington neighborhood.
On Friday October 19, 2012, at 12:17 a.m., Portland Police officers responded to the report of an armed robbery at the Plaid Pantry located at 1715 Northeast 16th Avenue.
Portland Police SERT/CNT Activation in North Portland’s Humboldt Neighborhood Attachment: VIEW FILES
The Portland Police Bureau’s Special Emergency Reaction Team (SERT) and Crisis Negotiation Tam (CNT) cleared the area after several hours of attempting to communicate with the armed suspect in a house. The original incident involved domestic violence.
No additional information can be released due the ongoing nature of the investigation.
Portland police bureau news release:
click here to view pdf.
Neighborhood crime statistics are regularly available by visiting www.portlandpolice.com and using the CrimeStats tool.
Citizens are encouraged to report street light outages
The City of Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) needs citizen involvement to keep our streets and public areas safe.
Report: a street light or public area light is out, a light going on and off (cycling), a light on during the day, vandalism, etc by calling 503-865-LAMP (5267), submitting a report online atwww.portlandoregon.gov/transportation, or using the free mobile PDX Reporter app for iPhone and Android phones. (http://www.portlandonline.com/bts/index.cfm?c=53613 )
Please provide as much information as you can about the location, especially pole numbers, adjacent addresses, and side of the street. If you get voicemail, please leave your name and daytime phone number in case more information is needed to locate the street light. If the light presents a hazardous situation – such as the glass or lens is broken, the fixture is in danger of falling, the wires are exposed, or the pole is damaged, leaning or knocked down –do not submit the online form. Instead, call 503-823-1700 immediately. https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/article/405000?
• Free iPhone & Android mobile PDX Reporter app http://www.portlandonline.com/bts/index.cfm?c=53613
• A locked mail box isn’t helpful if someone can reach in the delivery slot to grab the mail. http://ow.ly/i/13V94
• Learn more on bicycle theft prevention @BTAOregon! http://ow.ly/eTcgS
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Serving Alameda, Concordia, Humboldt, Irvington, King, Sabin, Vernon & Woodlawn.
“To ensure access to City programs, services and activities, the City of Portland will reasonably modify policies/procedures and provide auxiliary aids/services to persons with disabilities. Call 503-823-4000 or the TTY at 503-6868, or the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900 no less than five (5) business days prior to the event.