OKNA Overlook Neighborhood Email 3/28/14

1) Spring Seed Swap!
2) Liquor License Application (deadline 4/19)
3) Metro Public comment period March 21 to May 5
4) Nature Programs around the City

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1) Spring Seed Swap!

Sunday, April 6 3-5 pm
6730 N. Wilbur Ave. 

Bring seeds to share and envelopes/containers. If you’re new to seed saving come to learn and get seeds to grow and share at future swaps. Everyone welcome! 

Sponsored by Sustainable Overlook and Pesticide-Free Arbor Lodge Park 

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2) Liquor License Application (deadline 4/19)

The following Liquor Licenses applications were received for consideration by the City of Portland this week. Please follow this link to see the applications in their entirety:

http://www.portlandonline.com/oni/index.cfm?c=61884&

Overlook: Business Name: BLEND COFFEE, 2710-A N KILLINGSWORTH
Type of License: AP/OPS
Comments Due: 4/19/2014

Blend owner Matt Lagasse’ told us the reason for the application by email:
We are beginning evening wine tasting events at Blend and we want the ability to sell customers a sealed bottle of wine to take home if they choose.  Currently, our license only allows for us to serve by the glass at Blend.

If you wish to comment please contact:
Theresa Marchetti
1221 SW 4th Ave Ste 110 , Portland OR 97204
theresa.marchetti@portlandoregon.gov

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3) Metro Public comment period March 21 to May 5

Your voice is important: Public comment period March 21 to May 5.
The choices we make today about how we live, work and get around will determine the future of the region for generations to come.

There’s a reason our region has remained such a great place to live – decades of careful planning have preserved neighborhoods, supported our economy and protected the farms, forestland and natural areas that help create the unique sense of place and quality of life for which the region is known. Because good planning is an ongoing process, Metro is seeking your input on how you live, work and get around the region today and what changes you would like to see in the future.

Visit www.makeagreatplace.org Friday, March 21 through Monday, May 5 to take a short survey to inform the plans below. You can also give more detailed feedback on the plans and programs that will shape our region for the next 25 years.

Information that you provide will inform:

-2014 Regional Transportation Plan
-Regional Active Transportation Plan
-2015-18 Metropolitan Improvement Program
-Climate Smart Communities Scenarios Project

Join us at a community forum:
5:30 open house
6:00 Metro Councilor welcome
6:20 discussion tables
7:30 adjourn

April 3, Madison High School library 2735 NE 82nd Ave, Portland
April 9, Oak Lodge Sanitary District Building 14611 SE River Road, Milwaukie
April 17, Beaverton Library, Cathy Stanton Conference Room 12375 SW 5th St, Beaverton

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4) Nature Programs around the City

Hello Neighbors!

Portland Parks Environmental Education offers nature classes and summer day camps that help connect children & youth to their parks & natural areas through ecology, games, crafts, stories, exploration & play. We are always eager to spread the word and get new families involved!

Environmental Ed Website: www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/ee

Early Childhood Programs: www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/natpreschool

Summer Nature Day Camp Program: www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/ndc

EE Facebook Site: www.facebook.com/PortlandParksEnvironmentalEducation

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