On December 9th, the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association welcomed Oregon State Representative Rob Nosse who shared legislative highlights and answered questions. Chris Waldmann, SNA Board member, shared an overview of the City’s Charter Review. Highlights from the Charter Review are in a separate article in the newsletter. SE Uplift is still accepting applicants to apply for their Small Grants and DEIA Capacity Building Grants. Learn more and apply by January 10th at https://www.seuplift.org/grants-application-2021-2022.
The SNA was recently approached by Josh Roll, a member of PBOT’s Pedestrian Advisory Committee, seeking our support for the city to restart its Traffic Calming Program. Josh will be joining us at our January general meeting to discuss this program and other low-cost solutions for pedestrian safety on our neighborhood streets.
We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming January meeting on Thursday the 13th. Meeting details and the agenda will be posted on the SNA website (https://sunnysideportland.org) on Tuesday the 11th. The General meeting is from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. with the Board meeting to follow directly after from 8:00- 9:00 p.m. Every resident living within the Sunnyside neighborhood is a part of the Neighborhood Association so we encourage you to join us in making Sunnyside a thriving community. We’d like to hear your feedback and ideas!