LENTS Neighborhood SPRING CLEAN UP!!!
5040 SE 82nd Ave.
(corner of 82nd & SE Raymond Ct) 9AM – Until dumpsters are full
Bulky Waste clean up – Drop Boxes- Get rid of large items, broken used furniture Item Exchange – Bring good items to share, take what you need
* MUST HAVE LENTS ID / PROOF OF ADDRESS!
NO- Hazardous waste materials- NO paint, chemicals, batteries NO- Kitchen garbage
NO- Residential yard debris and trimmings
NO- Waste or recyclables collected curbside
NO- Construction, Remodeling or Demolition Materials NO- Flooring: vinyl tiles, vinyl shet, mastic
NO- Walls: plaster, decorative plaster
NO- Celings: acoustic tiles, “popcorn” or spray-on texture NO- Insulation: spray-applied, blown-in, vermiculite
NO- Electrical: wire insulation, panel partitions NO- Fire doors, fire brick, fire proofing
NO- Commercial Loads
Sponsered by Lents Neighborhood Association – www.lentsneighborhoodassociation.com
Hoping many of our neighbors will join us for the Lents Town Hall on April 4th. There will be a presentation followed by answers to questions pre-submitted to the mayor and city commissioners. There will be time alloted after this for Q&A from audience. Please see the link at bottom of post for public comment procedure. We strive to provide a forum in which everyone can be heard and ask for your consideration in making this possible. Thanks- Autumn
April – 4- 2017
7:00PM – 9:00PM
Lents Seventh Day Adventist Church
8835 SE Woodstock Blvd.
The Lents Neighborhood Association Livability Committee has been hard at work organizing a Town Hall to focus on a host of livability concerns in Lents ranging from inequity in taxes to the impact of the housing crisis on our community. We are seeking your input and participation. This will be an opportunity to ask questions and problem solve with your city Commissioners. It will be a moderated event and we ask that you pre-submit questions, concerns, solutions for the Mayor and Commissioners to us at-Livabilitycommittee@gmail.com. We hope to see you there. This is an important opportunity for our community to come together and be heard.
Lents was recently the site of hate speech and harassment directed at Latino worshippers at a church located in our neighborhood.
Lents is one of the most diverse communities in our city and the Lents Neighborhood Association honors this diversity and recognizes the value of it.
Our community/neighbors deserve a safe place to live, work and worship.
The LNA and our community stand together against hate and intolerance.
The LNA is signing on with Portland United Against Hate a community initiated partnership of Community Based Organizations, Neighborhood Associations, concerned communities and the city. If you have experienced harassment or witnessed harassment, it is important to know you have support. Here is a link which provides further information about Portland United Against Hate. https://www.portlandoregon.gov/article/627581