1. Proactively preserve the Wildlife Sanctuary neighborhood.
2. Proactively protect the neighborhood property in the Land Bank from development pursuant to the City Ordinances.
3. Monitor water access activities by communicating directly with the Portland International Airport, local government and the State Bureau of Parks & Lands.
4. Monitor land use in our neighborhood and its effect on our quality of life, i.e. Portland Trails.
5. Advocate for safety with regarding to traffic issues.
6. Proactively response to issues that affect the neighborhood.
7. Establish communication with the Portland Water District regarding traffic, dumping and security issues (especially since 9/11).
8. Neighborhood watch.
9. Proactively “dump site” prevention.
10. Liaison with the City of Portland.
11. Liaison with Waynflete School.
12. Monitor the delivery of City services.
13. Establish mutual protection and safety by maintaining communication with our local law enforcement agencies.
14. Keep neighborhood informed of vital issues affecting the neighborhood.
HSWSLBNA includes Hobart Street, Westland Avenue, Caribou Street, Osgood Street, corner of Congress and Hobart Street, Fenway Street.
• Why we decided on “Sanctuary”: (1) the reference is made on numerous City signs and publications, (2) the abundance of wildlife and a variety of birds that are seen here, (3) a substantial parcel is in the City’s Land Bank for preservation, (4) Sanctuary is define as “a sacred place” and our neighborhood qualifies. (R 12/5/10)
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