December Mid-county Memo posted online
Feature stories, news and events about east Portland people, all right here.
This issue features: Fall activities roundup from midcounty schools; the Grotto celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Festival of Lights; a groundbreaking story on Glisan Commons, a social service agency headquarters and low-income housing development in Gateway; a Lee Perlman piece on Hazelwood Plaza, an apartment development on Northeast 102nd Avenue, gets a second look at the Portland Design Commission; a Laotian leader seeks a community center for immigrants; and, after being homeless for more than two years, Parkrose Community United Church of Christ finds a permanent home in Gateway
Don’t forget the Memo Departments: Memo Pad, Business Memos, Memo Calendar and the monthly Meals on Wheels People monthly menu, full of items of interest about what east Portlanders are doing and thinking, local business news and the many December activities.
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