Woodlawn Neighborhood Association
February 6, 2019 Meeting Agenda
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 6:30 – 8:30pm
at Classic Foods, 817 NE Madrona St, Portland, OR 97211
|Social Half-Hour with Food and Libations
Welcome and Introductions
Approve agenda for this meeting.
Approve January meeting minutes.
Paul Millius, Recruiting Assistant with the US Bureau of the Census re: hiring staff for 2020 Decennial Census (5 minutes)
Shira & Jason Yovu, Retro Game Bar at 6720 MLK re: Liquor License Application and to talk about the business (10 minutes)
Rick Reynolds & Johnmark Larson. Discussion about WNA support for ongoing neighborhood cleanup efforts. Trash as an environmental issue. Approving a small annual budget ($100 – $200) to purchase supplies. Adding another Adopt-a-Stop trashcan. Ways to deal with abandoned cars. (15 minutes)
|7:45-8:00||Announcements for Upcoming Winter Events, Deadlines, Other News:
Copies of Hey Neighbor! with two articles featuring Woodlawn. https://www.necoalition.org/newspaper/
Woodlawn Movie in the Park choices submitted —Maija
Update on Woodlawn Scavenger Hunt new timeline – Anjala
Bureau of Planning and Sustainability released draft of code changes proposed for historic resources (including Conservation Districts) for public review and comment between now and April 1, 2019. Sending notice to all owners in the Woodlawn Conservation District inviting them to public events in March. Available to talk to WNA again if of interest. https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/75733
Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Summary Report and Project Updates. Handout and online at https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORPORTLAND/bulletins/226bf78
Lime e-scooter and e-bike demo for a Spring WNA meeting? Jeremy Nelson from Lime reached out via e-mail.
Schedule our Woodlawn Cleanup/Community Collection Event — need to submit date by March 5th
Other time-sensitive items: Portland Housing Advisory Commission seeking new members apply by February 21st. Office of Community & Civic Life Listening Sessions re: updating the city code. Additional information/schedule on handout.
Potential Showing of “Priced Out” in April 2019 at Alberta Abbey. Sponsored by NECN & Alberta Food Co-op. Nancy is participating in meetings. Should have update by March meeting.
Feral Cat Coalition FREE spaying for feral and stray cats in February. Flyers on the table.
|8:00-8:25||Board and Community Business
Land Use & Transportation Committee—Anjala
NET – Erin
Farmers’ Market—Martin & Erin
NECN Board Meeting—Shirley/Dennis
|8:25-8:30||Final Thoughts and Adjourn|