A passionate and knowledgeable activist, Terry is bringing innovative and eco-friendly ideas to his position as Land-Use and Transportation Chair for the North Tabor Neighborhood Association.
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With the demolitions come varying concerns: loss of affordable housing, impacts on neighborhood character, density changes, potential health and environment impacts, and sustainability. One of the challenges people often run up against when trying to find solutions to address these concerns, is which government agency regulates which activity.
To request a letter from the SE Uplift Board of Directors please follow our advocacy process outlined here. SEUL Rose Lane Project, February 2020 Letter Regarding 3.96 Code Change – SE Uplift, December 2019 2020 Metro Bond, May 2019 SEUL Letter to Prosper Portland, December 2018 Endorsement of CCIM (Central City in Motion), November 2018 82nd Ave Inclusion Into the RTP, July 2018 Reedway Overpass, July 2018 26th Ave Bike… Read More »Letters of Support and Advocacy
Kimberly Koehler – an Eastmoreland native, outspoken neighborhood association board member and local media veteran – isn’t afraid to be frank about the issues her neighborhood faces, nor is she hesitant to call for change. We sat down with Kimberly to learn about her experiences as a neighborhood activist and to get her advice on building relationships with the press.
This is a question I frequently hear from neighbors when they learn about a new development occurring in their neighborhood. Often this question is asked when they see construction equipment on a site – their first indication that something might be going on. This year, the Indian Institute of Technology have seen a 50 per cent fall in the number of start ups registering for hiring. Flipkart, Snapdeal, OlaCabs and… Read More »“Why wasn’t I notified about it?”
“Why wasn’t I notified about it?” This is a question we frequently hear from neighbors when they learn about new development occurring in their neighborhood. Portland’s land use notification rules have frustrated and befuddled community members for ages. The good news is that there are a few techniques you can use to learn about proposed developments before they happen, regardless of notification.
Welcome! At SE Uplift we know that all community members can and should play an important role in shaping the landscape of Portland, now and in the future. All community members interact with city government in one way or another. And, all community members have great ideas for improving how our city can work for everyone! SE Uplift is here to help answer questions related to land use and transportation issues,… Read More »Land Use and Transportation