Clackamas County is holding a public meeting from 6-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, for people to discuss potential improvement projects for the roadway system in the North Clackamas Revitalization Area (NCRA) urban renewal district. The meeting will be held at the Southeast Christian Fellowship Church at 10110 SE Linwood Ave., Milwaukie.
This is the third meeting on this topic -- the first two were held in May and June and included the chance for the public to provide input through an online survey. At the first meeting, community members expressed their views about roadway, sidewalk, bike path and transit improvements needed in the area. At the second meeting, participants considered project priorities.
The 1,008-acre NCRA is in unincorporated northwest Clackamas County, generally bounded by the Multnomah County line to the north, the city of Milwaukie on the west, Monroe Street on the south and I-205 on the east. The NCRA was established to support development of safe, clean and affordable mixed-use residential neighborhoods that provide retail, economic, educational, transportation and recreational opportunities.
More information about North Clackamas Revitalization Area is available at www.clackamas.us/development/northclack.html