Ice Cream Social in the Park
Sept 8th Brooklyn Park
BAC Board Meeting
Sept 11th – Presentation by developer requesting support for major development. All neighbors are welcome to attend.
and Rummage Sale
SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2019
9 am – 2 pm
The Brooklyn Land Use & Transportation committee (BLUTC) is a subcommittee of the Brooklyn Action Corps. The BLUTC reviews, advocates, and makes recommendations on land use and transportation issues which affect our neighborhood and surrounding area.
Ways to get involved
- Come to a meeting. BLUTC meetings are open to the public.
- Join the committee. You don’t have to be a BAC board member to be part of a committee!
- Join our email list. We discuss news and updates on projects, developments, committee meetings, and more.
- Follow our calendar. We keep track of meetings, open houses, and other important land use & transportation dates and events
- Email us with questions or concerns.
Land Use & Transportation Committee Meetings are held monthly on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (except December) at Rose City Coffee, 3370 SE Milwaukie Ave, starting at 6:30 PM. On some occasions, the date is adjusted to better align with Southeast Uplift’s Land Use & Transportation Committee meetings (typically held on the 3rd Monday of the month).
Current committee members
- Josh Hetrick (chair)
- Don Stephens
- Melaney Dittler
- Eric Wheeler
Latest Brooklyn newsletter …..
This past Wednesday, September 26, Brooklyn neighborhood hosted a citywide townhall forum on diesel pollution, at which several subject matter experts spoke and attendees got to hear from a panel of local electeds and candidates for public office about the problem. Our neighborhood worked with a coalition of other Portland neighborhoods to organize the event, with the goal of raising public awareness about a serious health threat to residents of our region.
We learned about important and potentially pivotal opportunities in the near future to make a life saving difference, by convincing local and state officials in the coming months to begin to adopt clean air standards that phase out dirty diesel engines. (The city and county, for example, are considering adopting a precedent setting ordinance on the subject in December, but the public must show up to ensure that the ordinance really serves the goals it purports to stand for.) Brooklyn neighborhood board members intend to continue to work with neighbors across Portland to bring about these changes.