Meeting Agenda for Monday, September 26, 2016

Here is the meeting agenda for the regular Ardenwald-Johnson Creek Neighborhood Association meeting on Monday, September 26, 2016. The meeting will be held at the new Milwaukie Cafe and Bottle Shop (9401 SE 32nd Ave, Milwaukie, at former Liz’s Creative Cafe location). Please note the cafe is not officially open for business as of yet, however, the owners have generously allowed the NDA to meet at the new cafe on Monday.

  1. Introductions – 6:30
  2. Police Report – 6:35
  3. City Update– 6:45
  4. Portland Commissioner Amanda Fritz Update – 7:00
  5. Additional Items & Public Comments – 7:10
  6. Committee Reports – 7:40
    • Chair
    • Vice-chair
    • Secretary
    • Webmaster
    • Treasurer
    • Land Use
    • Southeast Uplift
    • Transportation
    • Public Safety Advisory Committee
    • Membership
    • Art
    • Balfour Street Park
    • Ardenwald PTO
  7. Approve June 27, 2016 Regular NDA Meeting and July 19, 2016 Special Meeting Minutes –7:55
  8. Adjournment – 8:00

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Sunday Parkway Rolls Into Ardenwald Oct. 2nd

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It’s time to check those bicycle tires, lube that chain, fit your helmet and roll on out to the first-ever dual city Sunday Parkways on Oct. 2nd! Both Portland and Milwaukie are sharing the family-friendly 8.5-mile Sunday Parkways route touring through Sellwood-Moreland and several Milwaukie neighborhoods.

The route includes a tour of the Ardenwald-Johnson Creek neighborhood along SE 29th Ave. and SE Olsen St., and four event stops, including one stop at Water Tower Park at the corner of SE Harvey St. and SE 40th Ave. (Phase 1 of the tower repair is expected to be completed by Sep. 30 and the park reopening Oct. 1.)

Streets will be closed to motor vehicles on the event route. City of Milwaukie ensures local residents on the route (including the dead-ends west of 29th Ave.) will have access.

City of Milwaukie is seeking volunteers to help out with the event. For more information, to view the route map, to volunteer, or to contact for questions, please visit the City of Milwaukie’s Sunday Parkways page.

New Neighborhood Meeting Location Is at Milwaukie Cafe and Bottle Shop

Milwaukie Cafe Bottle Shop

The Ardenwald Neighborhood Association regular neighborhood meetings will now be meeting at Milwaukie Cafe and Bottle Shop at 9401 SE 32nd Ave. The location is the same as the former Liz’s Creative Cafe at the corner of SE 32nd Ave. and SE Olsen St. The meeting will be on Monday, September 26, 2016 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Milwaukie Cafe and Bottle Shop is an “Italian-inspired cafe, coffee shop, and bottle shop.” The atmosphere is much different with new paint and new laminate flooring. The exterior mural was modified with a new name. The cafe is planned to open in September.

You can know more about Milwaukie Cafe and Bottle Shop at https://www.facebook.com/milwaukiecafe.

Springwater Trail Corridor Camp Clearing Begins Sep. 1

The City of Portland says they will be clearing campsites along the Springwater Corridor Trail beginning Thursday, September 1, 2016.The cleanup effort will take several weeks and will be done in phases. If anyone needs more information, to share information about the people in the camps or to report new camps along the corridor, they can call 503-823-4000 or email via webform at www.portlandoregon.gov/campsite.

Media Advisory from the office of Mayor Charlie Hales

What Is with the Yellow Flyers Posted Along Springwater Trail?

Springwater Trail Camp Eviction Notice

You may have seen many yellow 11-inch by 17-inch flyers posted to bridges, bollards, benches, and telephone poles along the Springwater Corridor Trail recently. These flyers are eviction notices for illegal campsites along the Springwater Trail right-of-way. The notice states that illegal camps will be cleared beginning September 1, 2016. It also states that any personal property left behind may be reclaimed at a storage facility for a duration of time before it is disposed. The notice applies to areas along the Springwater Trail Corridor, including the segment through Ardenwald neighborhood and Tideman Johnson Park.