Special Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association Meeting, July 27th, 7pm

A special Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association meeting  will be held Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 7:00 pm in room CC110 Vollum College Center, Reed College.   As per the ENA bylaws, a valid petition for this meeting was submitted by 14 neighborhood residents,  The meeting date is by their choice and the discussion is limited to their submitted agenda (Historic District Designation). There are no motions or votes allowed and no quorum requirements.
-Tom Hansen, ENA President

18th Eastmoreland Neighborhood Cleanup, July 30th, 9-1

Duniway School —Corner of Rex and Reed College Place
Fee of $20-$50, depending on load size. Fee proceeds benefit ENA.
Eastmoreland residents only – ID may be required.

Items We Accept: Yard Debris, Waste Wood, Bulky Waste, Scrap Metal, Reusables, Tires, Non-Freon Appliances, Styrofoam, dry & empty paint cans and Tires (Note: Tires have additional Disposal Fee).  New Service!:  Secure onsite paper shredding. 

Items We Can’t Accept: CONTRACTOR LOADS, Rock, Brick, Sod, Sand, Gravel, Dirt,
and No Hazardous Waste. No Metro prohibited materials, including but not limited to food garbage, plaster, concrete, dirt, sheet rock, batteries, construction/demolition materials, or hazardous materials.* * Paint, aerosol cans, liquids, et cetera. Paint cans with lids off and dried paint are okay. NO MATERIAL POSSIBLY CONTAINING ASBESTOS   For information about where asbestos may be found, visit www.epa.gov/asbestos/learn-about-asbestos.

Remember…you can recycle your cardboard, paper, plastic and glass at your home curbside!

We’re looking for volunteers to work the cleanup!
Volunteer sign-up deadline: July 28, 2016

Questions? Please contact Matt: 503-453-4289,  matt.morozovsky@gmail.com


ENA Annual Meeting – May 19

The next meeting of the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association is coming up on Thursday, May 19, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Duniway School Auditorium.

It’s the annual meeting at which officers (President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer) are elected for one-year terms and board members are elected for three-year terms.

Candidates for officer positions must have served at least one year as an ENA board member.

All neighborhood residents are welcome and encouraged to attend and vote in the board member elections.

A copy of the agenda and meeting packet can be found here.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Update, May 16: The meeting packet is updated to include:

  • Information about the May 26 meeting to discuss a proposed historic district
  • A motion on behalf of the Tree Committee and supporting materials