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Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
7:00 p.m. / 6:30 p.m. social time
CNN office (behind the fire station at Sandy Blvd.)
4415 NE 87th Ave., Portland OR 97220

GUEST SPEAKER: Mark Wells, City of Portland

Our guest speaker will be Mark Wells of the City of Portland. He will talk about restarting our Neighborhood Watch. He will provide an overview, tips and answer questions.

Mark Wells coordinates Portland’s Neighborhood Watch and Community Foot Patrol programs, and works with neighbors on other kinds of community building.  Visit Portland’s Neighborhood Watch and Community Foot Patrol pages to learn more about these programs.

The Sumner Association of Neighbors (SAN) holds meeting nearly every month of the year. We had a special crime meeting in August with a lot of neighbors in attendance. We can use what we learned from each other to tailor a neighborhood watch program for Sumner.

Stop by and learn other news, and happenings. Grab a treat and a cuppa, have a chat, or just sit back and relax. The meetings are guided by our Chairperson Yvonne and board members will present information about land use, parks, crime and more.

PLUS: “One-Minute Concerns”, updates from our neighborhood police officers, coffee, treats and awesome free raffle prizes!

Crime-Prevention

This is a special meeting in response to the recent uptick in crime in our neighborhood. This is the only focus of this meeting, no other business will be discussed.

SAN Special CRIME Meeting
Tuesday, August 16, 2016

6:00 p.m. meeting starts / 5:30 p.m. social time
CNN office (behind the fire station at Sandy Blvd.)
4415 NE 87th Ave., Portland OR 97220

This is a very important meeting you will not want to miss. Police Officer Bob Boyland & CNN Crime Prevention Rep. Meg Juarez will be in attendance to discuss with us the crime problems relating to the Sumner Neighborhood. Here is a chance for everyone to present & discuss their concerns with our Police Officer.

Topics include: theft, trespassing, drug activity, squatters, prostitution and more. Bring your specific concerns. Present facts (to the best of your ability) with street address, descriptions, or anything that will help officers help resolve problems.

We hope that this will be a very productive meeting with the goal of improving the safety and livability of our neighborhood.

For more information, call the CNN office at 503-823-3157 or email sumner.neighborhood@gmail.com.

 

Like it or not, good stuff doesn’t just happen on its own. Part of community means recognizing – and acting on — an opportunity to improve things when they arise. This is one of those opportunities.

Join your neighbors, business owners, community groups, public agency staff and elected officials in roundtable discussions about 82nd Avenue!

When: Saturday, May 4, 10 AM to 1 PM.

Cost: The roundtable event is free and open to everyone. To RSVP, click here.

1932: NE 82nd, looking north from NE Halsey

Caption: 1932: NE 82nd, looking north from NE Halsey. Photo courtesy of PBOT and Cliff Bolling.

Where: Madison High School, 2735 NE 82nd Ave. (Parking nearby at Glenhaven Park at NE 82nd & Siskiyou)
Details: Connect with others at the table on community safety, transportation options, streetscape design, business development, arts, culture, recreation, family wellness and 82nd Ave community happenings. Local snacks provided!

The roundtable is co-sponsored by two neighborhood coalition nonprofits: Southeast Uplift and our own Central Northeast Neighbors (CNN). For more info, call Sandra at Central Northeast Neighbors at (503) 823-2780.

Recent news items in our Sumner neighborhood in NE Portland.

Nov 24: Tri-Met driver re-unites tot with mom

Good news that could have turned out very differently. Thanks to Mr Silverman! Per KATU:

A sharp-eyed TriMet driver said it was second nature to stop and help after he spotted a small child in the road Tuesday morning. Richard Silverman, a 15-year veteran, said he was turning the corner near Northeast 82nd and Killingsworth Street when he saw something in the road and realized a small child was in the street. It was raining at the time.

The Oregonian also reported on the tot and the TriMet driver.

Dec 8: Another nasty wreck, this time at NE 82nd and Killingsworth

Per the Oregonian:

Around 6 a.m, Portland firefighters were dispatched. They used hydraulic spreaders, rams and cutters to extricate two of the drivers, who were taken in ambulances to local hospitals with life-threatening injuries.

Dec 11: Report of shots fired, NE 82nd and Prescott

Per the Oregonian:

Police were called to the 4500 block of Northeast 82nd Avenue at 6:15 p.m. Sunday on a report of gunshots being fired. Once on the scene, officers determined one shot was fired into an occupied residence, but no one was injured. Witnesses were unable to provide adequate suspect information, police said.

Dec 17: Spill and fire at the glass plant

Our friends at the Owens-Illinois glass factory decided to give The Grotto some competition. (Just kidding.) The report sounds kind of scary, but no one got hurt. Pretty cool photos though.

Per KGW:

Fire crews were called to help contain a spill at a Portland plant, where a kettle holding more than 200 tons of molten glass had split at the bottom.

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