The Sunnyside Neighborhood Association board has scheduled a combined session for establishing a Park Watch and Public SafetyTraining for Saturday, February 9th, from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at the Sunnyside Community House located at 3520 SE Yamhill Street, Portland OR 97214. This 2 hour session will be presented by Cassondra Rosales, Crime Prevention Coordinator with the Crime Prevention Program of the Portland Office of Community & Civic Life.
Thanks to everyone who attended a very productive January 8th meeting of the Safety and Livability Committee. We spent the entirety of the meeting taking the first steps toward a Good Neighbor Agreement (GNA) with the Sunnyside Community House including discussing the goals and purpose of a good GNA (hint: the proof is in the process), outlining an approach (a smaller Drafting Subcommittee will work to craft language that reflects the higher level goals of the community as determined at the larger Safety & Livability meetings) and beginning to craft some core principles on which to build our agreement.
You can find an outline of the GNA process we discussed as well as minutes from the January 8th meeting below. We’ll continue our work on the GNA at the next meeting of the Safety & Livability Committee on February 5th.
As a non-profit organization, The American Lung Association has as one of its missions to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
One in every fifteen homes are subjected to high levels of radon exposure. And due to its naturally occurring, odorless, tasteless composition, it can easily go unnoticed. We would love to encourage your community to learn more about radon and possibly test their homes.
Please see the radon_infographic_ for more information about radon and a link as to where to purchase low-cost test kits.