Author Archives: Isa Dean

About Isa Dean

With a passion for assisting others with refining and achieving their goals, accepting the Program Coordinator position with the Multnomah County Library became the perfect bridge career - from working 10 years in web design and web development to becoming an ever more involved, contributing member of our community.

Haight & Emerson Neighborhood Association

 

Welcome Neighbors! The Haight & Emerson Neighborhood Association was started on facebook to begin to implement unity & change in our local area…. Please feel free to contribute in any way. Thank you for being a part of positive change in the neighborhood. Check it out! https://www.facebook.com/groups/119778448144567/

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Urban Foresty Commission

Get involved!  Have a voice in city government! Join a City Board, Committee or Commission!

Serving on a City of Portland board or commission is one way members of the public can volunteer and get involved with their city government.  The boards and commissions serve mostly in an advisory capacity to various city bureaus and …

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2012 October Meeting Minutes

HUMBOLDT NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

BOARD MEETING – OCTOBER 9, 2012

 

Board members in attendance:  Paul Anthony, Brian Murtagh, Isa Dean, Susan O’Conner; Clifford Walker, and Emily Wilson.

Total in attendance:  10 (2 of these were developer reps presenting)

I. Announcements and Agenda Amendments

A.  Brendan Kyle (Salvation Army) and wife are moving to …

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2012 September Meeting Minutes

September 11, 2012 Humboldt Neighborhood Association Board Meeting

Board members in attendance: Brian Murtagh, Clifford Walker, Emily Wilson, Mike Salmond

[Need to confirm Susan and Will]

15 neighbors present

 

Announcements:

Salvation Army staff: Please try to end the meeting in an hour; I am the only staff member present.

Brian: …

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2012 May Meeting Minutes

Humboldt Neighborhood Association General Meeting May 8, 2012

Board Members Present: Paul Anthony, Brooke Chilton Timmons, Mike Salmond, Breanne Antonious, Dave Ketah, Susan O’Connor

Board Members Absent: Isa Dean, Will Villota, Brian Murtagh

State Senator Chip Shields Created Better People- living wage employment and counseling program for people who struggle with addiction or have …

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2012 April Meeting Minutes

Humboldt Neighborhood Association General Meeting April 10, 2012

Board Members Present: Paul Anthony, Brooke Chilton Timmons, Mike Salmond, Will Villota Brian Murtagh, Dave Ketah

Board Members Absent: Susan O’Connor, Breanne Antonious, Isa Dean

Steve Jacquot from North Portland Precinct In & Out Market now seems to be in compliance (not selling things that could …

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2012 March Meeting Minutes

Humboldt Neighborhood Association General Meeting March 13, 2012

Board Members Present: Paul Anthony, Brooke Chilton Timmons, Dave Ketah, Brian Murtagh, Breanne Antonious, Isa Dean

Board Members Absent: Gretchen Brask, Susan O’Connor, Mike Salmond, Will Villota

Introductions Announcements NECN Board Positions Vacant Susan O’Connor is no longer representing us, so we are looking for …

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2012 February Meeting Minutes

Humboldt Neighborhood Association General Meeting February 14, 2012

Board Members Present: Paul Anthony, Brooke Chilton Timmons, Brian Murtagh

Board Members Absent: Breanne Antonious, Gretchen Brask, Dave Ketah, Susan O’Connor, Mike Salmond, Will Villota, Isa Dean

Announcements Update about Portland Parks & Recreation Budget- changes to SUN Community School proposal State building/parking lot near …

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2012 January Meeting Minutes

Humboldt Neighborhood Association General Meeting January 10, 2012

Board Members in Attendance: Paul Anthony, Brooke Chilton Timmons, Brian Murtagh, Susan O’Connor, Mike Salmond, Will Villota, Isa Dean

Board Members Absent: Breanne Antonious, Gretchen Brask, Dave Ketah

Introductions Approval of December minutes deferred until next month North Portland Precinct: Steve Jacquot not available- Five shootings …

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