NE Community Forum to be held Saturday, November 21st:
Impacts of the Columbia River Crossing (CRC)
On Saturday, November 21st the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods and the Sustainability Clinic at Willamette University College of Law will be hosting a Columbia River Crossing Impact Forum. Students of the Sustainability Clinic will present their research about the impacts the Columbia River Crossing project could have on the east side of Portland and the region as a whole. The forum will also include a presentation by Jeri Williams from the Office of Neighborhood Involvement, and former Executive Director of the Environmental Justice Action Group, on her involvement and advocacy on the various stages of this bridge expansion project.
The forum is being held to educate east side neighbors about the status and implications of the current Columbia River Crossing project. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about opportunities and explore ideas for involvement.
What: NE Community Forum: Impacts of the Columbia River Crossing
When: Saturday, November 21st 10am – 12:30pm; 9:45am Coffee and Continental Breakfast
Where: Redeemer Lutheran Church, 5431 NE 20th Ave.
RSVP: By November 19th to Regena Williams at 503-823-4575 or email@example.com.
For more information contact Shoshana Cohen at the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods
Phone: (503) 891-6408, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 responses to “NE Community Forum on CRC this Saturday”
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This is great! The more community education and input, the better! Hopefully we’ll be seeing the “CRC 2.0” realized soon!