Congratulations to Ardenwald resident Kim Travis for her nomination to represent Ardenwald-Johnson Creek Neighborhood Association on the Milwaukie Public Safety Advisory Committee. The Ardenwald NDA board voted unanimously to nominate the sole nominee at its regular meeting Monday night. Travis’s will serve out the remainder of the term until the May 2015 board elections, which she is eligible for re-election.
Here is Ardenwald-Johnson Creek Neighborhood Association’s regular meeting agenda for Monday, February 23, 2015. The meeting is at Liz’s Creative Cafe, 9401 SE 32nd Ave., Milwaukie, Oregon.
- Introductions – 6:30
- Police Report – 6:35
- City Liaison Report – 6:45
- Clackamas Fire Update – 7:00
- Rowe Food for Success Grant (Evan King) – 7:10
- Vote on outstanding Grant requests – 7:20
- Vietnam Wall
- Milwaukie Museum
- Milwaukie Officer of Year Dinner
- Additional Items & Public Comments – 7:30
- Committee Reports – 7:40
- Land Use
- Southeast Uplift
- Public Safety Advisory Committee
- Balfour Street Park
- Move Forward Milwaukie
- Approve January 26, 2015 Regular NDA Meeting Minutes –7:55
- Adjournment – 8:00
Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project’s next Citizen Advisory Committee meeting is Thursday, February 19, 2015, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the East Field Office, 2300 SE Beta St., Suite A, Milwaukie, Oregon.
TriMet says the meeting will include updates on safety and security outreach, and construction updates. The public is invited to attend.
The light rail Tacoma Street/Johnson Creek Station is located on the western Ardenwald boundary.
More information about the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project is online at www.TriMet.org/pm.
Representatives from the Ardenwald Neighborhood Association and neighborhood residents testified today to appeal the Type II decision on Eastmoreland Racquet and Courts Club.
About 30 people packed into the Hearing Room at the Bureau of Development Services Monday morning to hear testimony in support of the appeal to the decision in case LU 13-231651 NU (non-conforming use).
Ardenwald-Johnson Creek Neighborhood Association land-use chair Lisa Gunion-Rinker immediately requested the record to remain open in her testimony.
A request to leave the record open grants a seven-day extension before the hearing officer can make a decision.
Firends of Tideman Johnson Park representative Marianne Colgrove also testified in support of the appeal.
The Eastmoreland Racquet and Courts Club owner, Terry Emmert, was present at the appeal hearing.