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>The Oregonian wrote up a bit on the Bryant Street Bridge process. You can read the full article HERE. I’ll update the ‘Latest News’ section of our Bryant Street Bridge Project page HERE.
>Previous posts on this subject…http://blog.piedmontneighborhood.com/2008/02/civic-food-mart-liquor-license.htmlhttp://blog.piedmontneighborhood.com/2008/02/civic-food-mart-liquor-license-update.html Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI) responded to Brian Borrello’s previous email with the following… I have been speaking with the OLCC about this location. They request that you send a letter of opposition directly to … Continue reading
>Piedmont Neighborhood Association Land Use Co-Chair Brian Borrello has responded to Thresea Marchetti of the Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI)… You state: “I have received a liquor license application for a change in ownership at an existing Market in the … Continue reading
>The PNA received the following from The Office Of Neighborhood Involvement. I have received a liquor license application for a change in ownership at an existing Market in the Piedmont neighborhood area. Civic Food Mart located at729 N Rosa Parks … Continue reading
>Hi AllThanks for your interest and participation with the Bryant Bridge project.We’re currently finishing our master plan,which will include a comprehensive hit list of art and design features. Objective is both to use our $50K ODOT grant this spring, and … Continue reading