Category Archives: land use

Portland’s Housing Crisis

As a reminder, the Residential Infill Project Stakeholder Advisory Committee (RIPSAC) seeks to find a solution to the projected 123,000 additional households expected to call Portland “home” by 2035. Keeping in mind that 20% of the additional housing units will … Continue reading

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Septic pumper WTS stopped receiving septage in early December; now taking only landfill runoff

Under a deadline to file for a conditional use permit or face daily fines, Water Truck Service (WTS) decided to pull the plug. On Nov 30, WTS notified the city and SAN that they would stop trucking and disposing septage … Continue reading

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BDS gives septic pumper WTS until Dec 20 to file their conditional use application

Here is a summary of meeting notes taken by Sumner Association of Neighbors (SAN) at a pre-application conference between septic pumper Water Truck Service (WTS) and the city Bureau of Development Services (BDS) on October 20, 2011. As explained in … Continue reading

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Willamette Pedestrian Coalition rep is our guest speaker at Sumner meeting tonight, Tues, Oct 18

Our monthly Sumner Association of Neighbors (SAN) meeting in NE Portland is tonight at 7 PM at 4415 NE 87th Ave (the CNN office). Social time is at 6:30 PM. We have one confirmed guest speaker: Scott Lieuallen from the … Continue reading

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