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CPO 10 generally meets the third Thursday
of each month at 7 pm at the Jackson Bottom
Wetland Education Center located at
2600 SW Hillsboro Hwy, Hillsboro.
CPO 10 Meeting
Thursday, January 15th, 7pm
Bill Racine, President of the Pacific Northwest Tool Collectors Club, will share his unique tool collection. Bring in one of your own old tools that you do not know what its function is. Bill will be able to tell you!
Agenda will also include a call for nominations of CPO 10 officers.
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Collector Bill Racine’s Unique Old Tools
CPO 10 resident Bill Racine is the President of the Pacific Northwest Tool Collectors Club. This organization has 520 members from throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and British Columbia all sharing the goal of collecting and preserving tools from our past. Bill will be displaying, identifying, and talking about several tools from his own collection. He also invites anyone who has a “mystery” tool to bring it in, and he will attempt to identify it and describe its uses. This should prove to be a very interesting and informative presentation!
Attracting Bees and Pollinators
A Recap from CPO 10 August Meeting
CPO 10 heard all about bee health and beekeeping at its August 2014 meeting. According to the USDA bee pollination is responsible for $15 billion in added crop value, particularly for specialty crops such as almonds and other nuts, berries, fruits, and vegetables. Did you know about one mouthful in three in the diet directly or indirectly benefits from honey bee pollination?
Bees need help to ensure they have a healthy habitat and diet. Find out what you can do through gardening and other actions around your home and property. If you are interested in beekeeping, resources are available. Start here with the handouts brought to CPO 10.
Oregon State Beekeepers Association - Getting started (1.6 MB .pdf)
Gardening for Bees - OSU Extension Service (2.7 MB .pdf)
UPCOMING COMMUNITY MEETINGS
South Cooper Mountain
The South Cooper Mountain Community Plan to Be Considered for Adoption
The proposed community plan adoption includes amendments to the City’s Comprehensive Plan, Land Use Map, and Development Code. The initial hearing was held on November 5th. A continuation of the hearing is scheduled for December 3rd. The City of Beaverton is proposing to implement zoning for the site acquired by Beaverton School District for a new high school within the area. The proposal is for adoption of the City’s R1 (Residential Urban High Density District - 1,000 sq.ft. per dwelling unit) Land Use (Zoning) District. The site is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of SW Scholls Ferry Road and SW 175th Avenue. This will be a new agenda item for the Planning Commission on December 3rd.
The River Terrace Plan to Be Considered for Adoption
Tigard Planning Commission and City Council will be considering a comprehensive plan amendment to incorporate the River Terrace Plan. This includes a River Terrace Community Plan, Comprehensive Plan land use designations, natural resource map amendments, and an amendment to the City’s adopted Transportation System Plan. The River Terrace Community Plan will guide development and investment in River Terrace over the next several decades as it transitions from rural to urban land use to accommodate needed housing in the region.
Public oral or written testimony is invited. Written testimony may be done prior to or at the hearings.
City Council Public Hearing - December 16, 6:30 pm
At Tigard Civic Center, Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd.
January 7, 6:30 pm - Laurel Acres Water Company New Mechanical Building
Utility proposes to abandon existing well due to contamination, drill a new well and construct a new mechanical building.
Public Hearings and Comment Periods
Hillsboro Land Use Notice - Enchantment Glen 31-Lot Planned Unit Development
Modification to Casefile PUD 002-14. Comment period through January 6.
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