Tideman Johnson Work Party Sat., May 2nd

From Marianne Colgrove:

Hello all Friends of Tideman Johnson,

Can you believe it’s nearly May? That means it’s time to play in the park!

This month we have a special project, which is extending the split rail fence to protect our recently planted stream bank. Anybody who loves a little construction project? This is the event for you! There will also be some weeding opportunities for those who are so inclined.

Saturday May 2nd 9am – noon
meet up at the boardwalk
tools and refreshments (and lumber) provided

We hope to see you out there!

Friends of Tideman Johnson

Regular NDA Meeting Agenda for Mon., Apr. 27, 2015

Here is Ardenwald-Johnson Creek Neighborhood Association’s regular meeting agenda for Monday, April 27, 2015. The meeting is at Liz’s Creative Cafe, 9401 SE 32nd Ave., Milwaukie, Oregon.

  1. Introductions – 6:30
  2. Police Report – 6:35
  3. City Liaison Report – 6:45
  4. Clackamas Fire Update – 7:00
  5. Milwaukie Grad Party (Rika Warner) – 7:10
  6. Additional Items & Public Comments – 7:15
  7. Committee Reports – 7:20
    1. Chair
    2. Vice-chair
    3. Secretary
    4. Webmaster
    5. Treasurer
    6. Land Use
    7. Southeast Uplift
    8. Transportation
    9. Public Safety Advisory Committee
    10. Membership
    11. Art
    12. Balfour Street Park
    13. Move Forward Milwaukie
  8. Approve February 23, 2015 Regular NDA Meeting Minutes –7:55
  9. Adjournment – 8:00

Download Agenda (PDF)

How much longer until the JCB-32nd Ave. signal light work is done?

Since construction began on the traffic signal at SE Johnson Creek Blvd. and SE 32nd Ave. in February, 2014, much of the signal installation is ongoing to this day.

Jennifer Koozer, TriMet Community Affairs Manager, says “Our crews will finish installing the remaining signal arm after PGE moves some of their wires out of the way.”

The high-voltage wires are directly above the south signal pole arm.

The other signal lights on the north and west are nearly completed and the lights are covered with plastic wrap.

A completion date has not been set.

Got walking and biking priorities? ODOT wants to hear from you!

ODOT owns and maintains over 800 miles of roads in the Portland Metro area, but less than half of them have sidewalks or bike lanes. ODOT is conducting a virtual open house where you can share your ideas for a safer, more comprehensive transportation network. You can participate here: http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/REGION1/Pages/Region-1-Active-Transportation-Needs-Inventory.aspx.