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Links to testimony submitted by the RCPNA Board in regards to the following City of Portland Projects:
- Better Housing By Design – Proposed Draft reviewed by the Planning and Sustainability Commission June 12, 2018; RCPNA Testimony: https://drive.google.com/open?
id= 18R9q7u8DMBGhlbtIEmYTx264nZ_ OIhz6
- Residential Infill Project – Proposed Draft reviewed by the Planning and Sustainability Commission May 15, 2018: RCPNA Testimony: https://drive.google.com/open?
id=13KYrmyUuqK_ vq3vJXhuQlhvBLo3n81Lb; the Exhibits for this testimony can be found under Documents at RCPNA.com or https://drive.google.com/ drive/folders/ 0B4ilWZa3qUnfdW5oOF84TGRXZTA
Enjoy the glorious weather.
See you in July
Portland, Oregon — Join Hollywood and Rose City Park Neighborhood Associations for their two Family Concerts in the Park. The Saturday, July 21 concert will feature The Kooltones. The classic rock cover band includes musicians Marty McCray, Jeff Munkers and Andy Campbell and Cam Dutz. Several of the band members have been playing together for nearly 40 years –they’ve played about every 50’s and 60’s hit song and have expanded their repertoire to include 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and even some current hits. They will get everyone dancing!
The July 28 concert will feature the group Bayou Boyz – who play Louisiana Blues, Swamp Pop, Cajun and Funk styles. The band includes musicians: Steve Kerin, Mark Shark, Brian Foxworth and David Kahl. Picnickers will feel the spirit and groove to their unique sound.
The Concerts will be held at the west end of Rose City Park near Thompson and NE 62nd Avenue. Entertainment starts at 6 pm and runs until 8 pm. Pack a picnic basket or get some carryout from a local neighborhood eatery.
Come enjoy the music and meet some of your neighbors!
Saturday, June 16th, 6:30 – 10:30 PM
The German Klub invites you to come eat, drink and dance to the Big Band sound of one of Portland’s favorite bands. Since 1989 the Pranksters have been performing 100’s of dance tunes from the early swing era of Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey. A wide variety of ballroom dance and Latin dance styles may also be heard during their performance. $30 per person includes entrance, appetizers, dinner, desserts and one hosted beverage. Fabulous food for the evening will be sponsored by NoHo’s Hawaiian Café and wonderful wines by St. Josef’s winery.
Learn of Early Portlander Henry Villard and His Significant Contributions to our City
$5 admission fee
RSVP email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
With State Senator Michael Dembrow
Board Elections for 2018-19 and more:
May 22, 2018 7 to 9 PM
German American Society 5606 NE Alameda
Link to Board nominees: