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Links 1 through 10 of 50 by Ken Aaron tagged eliotnews

The recession has slowed development activities in Eliot so the major land use action involves City plans for the NE Quadrant as part of the Central City Plan update.

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More than a year after the Eliot Neighborhood Association launched an oral history project to strengthen community and capture the past of a rapidly gentrifying community, the effort has grown to include several other groups and now features an extensive walking tour and history guide.

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Four years after advocates first pushed to revamp a traffic island in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King on the road that bears his name, the project is nearing a July groundbreaking.

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The history of the Eliot Neighborhood has been something that has brought culture and identity to it’s residents for a long time.

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The Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, which representing 12 associations in North and Northeast Portland, has written to the Portland City Council and the Portland Development Commission to oppose the inclusion of the Rose Quarter into the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area.

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The City of Portland and the Oregon Department of Transportation have recently embarked on a public outreach process to garner input that will inform their N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Plans.

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On November 15 the Rose Quarter Development Project along with the N/NE Quadrant of the Central City plan held a joint open house at the Memorial Coliseum.

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The vacant lot on the southeast corner of MLK and Ivy used to be a service station turned alchemy lab known most recently as the Grant Warehouse.

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Portland’s Bureau of Transportation will turn on a new bicycle-only traffic signal Tuesday or Wednesday at the intersection of North Broadway and Williams Avenue.

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