06/29/17

Are you going through a neighborhood conflict? Get help with Resolutions Northwest.

Recently, Foster-Powell neighbor Amy reached out to us to share a great resource for people going through neighborhood conflicts. Here’s what she had to say:

Neighborhood relations can be awesome, and sometimes, stressful.

Resolutions Northwest logoDid you know that Portland residents are able to access a free, yes FREE, mediation service for many conflicts? A local nonprofit called Resolutions Northwest has a Neighborhood Mediation Program that can assist you with conflicts between neighbors, roommates, landlord/tenant, or resident/business. You can learn more at resolutionsnorthwest.org/community/neighborhood-mediation-2

I was trained with Resolutions Northwest and have been serving in a cohort of volunteer mediators for this program since January and we are trying to get the word out to our fellow Portlanders! As your neighbor here in Foster-Powell, I wanted to make sure you know about this valuable resource. Please share with groups you are involved with so more people learn about this free service.

Thank you, Amy!

Resolutions Northwest is a partner with our neighborhood coalition Southeast Uplift. Along with Neighborhood Mediation, they provide a full menu of interactive and engaging workshops available to anyone who’s interested in learning about conflict resolution, communication, mediation, facilitation, diversity and equity.

06/28/17

Division Transit Project In-Person Open House This Thursday

Learn more and share your thoughts about the Division Transit project with project staff in person at an upcoming open house, which will include additional details of each station’s proposed placement:

Date: Thursday, June 29th
Time: 5–7:30 p.m.
Location: Portland Community College Southeast, Community Annex Hall, 2305 SE 82nd Avenue, Portland

Learn more about the Division Transit Project at https://trimet.org/division/openhouse.

06/13/17

Garden Tour is this Saturday!

The 10th Annual Foster-Powell Garden Tour is this Saturday, June 17 from 10AM—2PM. CLICK HERE for a printable map of the sites and for more information about the event. The tour is self-guided and you can visit the sites at your leisure. The weather looks like it’ll be great for walking, biking, and chatting outdoors with neighbors. See you Saturday!

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