Last Wednesday, the KNA Board unanimously voted to refer the question of extending the Kenton Women’s Village (KWV) beyond the initial one-year duration to a neighborhood vote at the next General Meeting in June.
As part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Fixing Our Streets program, the city had pegged N Denver from N Lombard to N Watts for repaving. While the repaving was previously announced, PBOT has recently started to look at re-configuring this stretch of N Denver with a protected bike lane after it’s repaved.
Latest news of the development of TriMet’s property at 2133 N Argyle.
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REACH CDC has now issued their own update on their project in Kenton.
The KNA Chair provides the latest on REACH CDC’s development in Kenton.
To ensure proper funding for the Kenton Street Fair on May 19th this year, the Kenton Street Fair Fundraiser, which has been set for April 20th from 6:00pm-9:30pm at Disjecta (8371 N Interstate Ave), is in needed of donations.
At last night’s KNA Board meeting, dozens of neighbors were given a chance to hear directly from REACH CDC and voice concerns on the changes to their development of TriMet’s property at 2133 N Argyle St.
Following up on their presentation at last year’s KNA General Meeting in June, REACH CDC has announced two significant changes to the planned development of TriMet’s property at 2133 N Argyle St across from Nelson Plaza: Converting the project into 100% affordable housing, removing a mixed-income component, and eliminating any commercial space, scraping a mixed-use element.
Get the latest news of the Kenton’s Women’s Village from Catholic Charities