Newsline, June 20, 2012
Skyline Rural Watch Newsline
Mailbox: newsline [at] srnpdx [dot] org
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Phone: (503) 621-3501
June 20, 2012
break in to a house on McNamee Rd. He crashed through the locked large
wood front door, breaking the door open. Nothing was taken, as there
was someone home and scared the big, bald headed man off. There was a
woman waiting in the car for him. The car was a white, small sedan
type..... older Toyota.
Skyline Artisans Guild Meeting, June 27
27, 7 PM at the Skyline Grange. Anyone who is interested in displaying
and selling their handmade works at the Guild's summer event in July
(27-28) should attend this planning meeting. Please bring a check for
$25 to reserve a booth space. Participation is welcome from all arts,
crafts and culinary food artisans living in the Skyline neighborhood.
For more information, contact Ken Pincus (ken [at] pincuspotterystudio [dot] com)
or Sue Kenney (503-621-3710).
There will be a Neighborhood Meeting for Special Use and Development
Review for a Proposed Private Park in the EFU and EFC Districts. A Type I
Replacement Dwelling in the EFU District is also requested in
Washington County, tax lots 900 & 1100 of Tax Map 2N2 35 at 12960 NW
Dick Road, Hillsboro, OR 97124.
property. The existing residence on Tax Lot 900 will be converted into
the park headquarters and indoor picnic area. A replacement dwelling
will be constructed elsewhere on the site. The two tax lots are
approximately 38.55 acres and 29.56 acres in area, located in
unincorporated Washington County, and designated EFU and EFC on the
Rural/Natural Resource Plan element of the Washington County
for review and approval, we wish to discuss the proposal in more detail
with the surrounding property owners and residents. Accordingly, you are
invited to attend an informational meeting for the proposal at the
following date, time and location:
preliminary development plans. The Plans may be altered prior to
submittal of the application to Washington County. We look forward to
discussing this proposal with you. Feel free to fax your comments to:
503.601.4402 if you will be unable to attend the meeting.
FARM & FOREST:
Gardening News from OSU Extension Service and the OSU Agricultural Experiment Station
be accessed online. Copies of a printed version may be purchased online,
or contact your county Extension office.
cultural, physical, biological or chemical. The least toxic methods are
always considered first.
to identify which species are present and how they may be changing.
vocabulary to describe the color, aroma, taste and "mouthfeel" of wines.
issues such as rural poverty, global competition, climate change and
about a dozen band instruments, especially flutes. If you have any
instruments (flute, clarinet, sax, trumpet, cornet, trombone, euphonium,
tuba) that you can spare, you donation (or even loan) is much
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help from Miles Merwin, Libby Merwin, Sharon Barthmaier, and Sen Speroff
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