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« Thursday October 14, 2010 »
Start: 3:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

You're invited,
Providence ElderPlace celebrates the newly remodeled Lambert House facilityThurs Oct 14th 3-5PM

When: Thursday Oct 14, 2010 3PM-5PM
(Ceremony from 4-4:30PM)
Where: Providence ElderPlace Lambert House
2600 SE 170th Av
Portland, OR
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RSVP 503-215-6558. Extra parking is available at 182nd & Division (north side) in front of VoA Thrift Store.

Lambert House
The Lambert House site is a partnership between Volunteers of America Oregon and Providence ElderPlace. The partnership is based on the successful Providence ElderPlace model already in place at the Marie Smith Center. Volunteers of America will provide day-center activities, such as meals, music, pet and art therapy, social activities and exercise classes, while Providence ElderPlace provides the medical and social services for all ElderPlace participants. Lambert House will continue to operate as an adult day program through Volunteers of America, even as Providence ElderPlace enrolls participants at this site. Lambert House was remodeled to add a Health and Social Center, physical therapy room, offices and more windows.

Start: 4:30 pm
End: 7:00 pm

Residential Districts Review restarts!
Open House meetings scheduled

When: Thursday, Oct 14, 2010 4:30PM-7:00PM
Where: Gresham City Hall
Barlow Trail Room
1333 NW Eastman Parkway
Gresham, OR
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Share Your Views
Participants will have the chance to review and comment on the latest proposals regarding residential compatibility. Each event will address different topics within the same project. Those who would like to attend can drop in any time between 4:30PM and 7PM
Last year, we discussed issues regarding making new development and existing development more compatible with each other and weighed alternative ways to address those issues. Now it is time to develop a preferred approach to addressing each of the following issues:

  • Height and bulk of new homes
  • Transitions (between single-family homes and more intense uses such as commercial uses, apartments or condominiums)
  • Flag lots (homes built behind other homes)
  • Buffers and screening between developments
  • How small-lot subdivisions are reviewed
  • Quality/appearance of fences along streets
Start: 6:30 pm

A Big Box in Wilkes East?181/Halsey, 1 of 4 possible sites

City of Gresham "Big Box" Code nears completion.
Everyone's Invited!Community Forum,Thursday Oct 14th 6:30PM

When: Thursday, October 14, 2010 6:30PM
Where: Gresham City Hall
Rooms 2A and 2B
1333 NW Eastman Pkwy
Gresham, Oregon 97030
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Community Forum
"This is a meeting for anyone and everyone to come and listen to and participate in the latest proposed version of the 'Big Box' code. Comments and suggestions are very welcome.", Susan Wells, President Southwest Neighborhood. (See 'Related Content', and 'More info from Susan Wells' below)

The purpose of the ("Big Box") project is to create regulations that ensure commercial development meets the community's vision and to ensure high-quality design for retail and other commercial development along arterial streets in the corridor district. The Code regulations will result in commercial developments that:

  • Are attractive with high quality design and materials
  • Promote a sense of community and livability
  • Support the City's sustainability goals
  • Address safety concerns

The purpose of this forum is to present information on:

  • The proposed land use district location changes for Community Commercial and Moderate Commercial
  • The Draft Commercial Design Guidelines and Standards Code

The meeting will include an open house at 6:30PM followed by a presentation/discussion session starting at 6:45PM.

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