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February Meeting Minutes

Friends of Pier Park Meeting: February 8th, 2016 St Johns Community Center – Room 1 Attendance: Matt Kuntz (Chair) Kelly Pergande (Vice Chair) Erin Etchison (Secretary) Brian Cole (Technology Officer) Mary Ann Aschenbrenner (member – active) Stephanie Haas (member – inactive) Quorum fulfilled. Meeting called to order @ 6:33pm Announcements: Update from North Parks Advisory […]

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Board Election Jan. 22

Our nominees for the Friends of Pier Park Board are: Ryan Lynch – Chair Kelly Pergrande – Vice Chair Keola Morley – Treasurer Erin Etchison – Secretary Melissa Swope – Technology Officer Please come on out to the Wednesday, January 22nd meeting at 6:30 pm at the St. Johns Community Center to vote.  

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May meeting follow-up

The following was submitted by Elizabeth Kennedy-Wong as a Parks summation of the May meeting and trail alignment plan. Hello Friends of Pier Park et al – Please share this information. –         Based on the conversation at the Friends of Pier Park meeting, Here are the responses to the comments/requests and the recommendation to move […]

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Moving forward with accessible path

The good news is that we have funding for the accessible bike path that will extend from the end of the Pier/Chimney bridge and through Pier Park. This link was critical to protect the Sequoia grove from cyclists coming off the bridge and to provide accessibility to the North Portland Greenway transportation structure. This is […]

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Chimney/Pier Park Bridge Project meeting April 24th

Portland Parks and Recreation is hosting this meeting on Wednesday, April 24th, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the St. Johns Community Center. This is your chance to understand how construction of the pedestrian/bike bridge will impact access to and use of both Chimney and Pier Parks from April 2013 to November 2013. Construction impacts may […]

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