Northeast Portland Neighborhoods


Public Process

By Lee Perlman

City proposes some parking minimums

At the direction of the Portland City Council, and in response to outcries from many neighborhoods, the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability has proposed to impose some on-street parking requirements for large new multi-family developments in situations where there are currently no such requirements.
The proposed amendments would require developers to provide .25 parking spaces for every unit in … More



Laurelhurst strip bar seeks liquor

Diamonds, the strip bar formerly known as Mynt at 3390 N.E. Sandy Blvd., is seeking a liquor license.
Tracy Doss received a license for Mynt despite strong opposition from the Laurelhurst Neighborhood Association, as well as the presence of the Teen Challenge drug rehab center and a daycare facility within a block, and records of problems Doss had had as manager … More