VACCINE Timeline Update

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    On Thursday, Governor Mills announced that Maine is once again accelerating our COVID-19 vaccine eligibility schedule. Beginning Wednesday, April 7, eligibility for the vaccine is expanding to all Mainers age 16 and older. Additionally, the state will be … Continued

Spring Clean up!

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 Saturday April 24, 2021 Donate an hour of your timeand a City of Portland trash bagHelp get the neighborhood ready for Spring!   ****If you need a bag or gloves we’ll give them to you, plus a tasty treat –   Come to the Clark St. entrance … Continued

Board meeting minutes

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WENA Board MeetingMarch 24, 2021,   6:00pm.   Zoom Present:  Kim Sutton, Barbara DeSerres, Bryan VanDussen, Ian Jacob, Liz Persons, Pamela Shaw, Leana Good-Simpson, Gwynne Williams, Christian Bisimwa Secretary’s Report:  No previous minutes were presented. Treasurer’s Report:   The $35 reimbursement to … Continued

Small shelter survey

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Small Shelter Zoning This survey is open for feedback through Friday, April 16th. Your input is of great value to this evaluation of shelter policies. We hope you’ll share it with your neighbors and beyond. Your feedback will be instrumental to informing … Continued

WENA’s Bus Route Survey

Proposed Route: Current Routes: Please take our survey here: https://airtable.com/shrvtN0zNWu6Nxtk4     Resources re: METRO #1/#8 route reboot: What you can do PROPOSED SERVICE CHANGES FOR PORTLAND PENINSULA Also referred to as: The Peninsula Loop Reboot https://gpmetro.org/DocumentCenter/View/700/REV—Proposed-Route-Changes- REV-11242020?bidId= Pages 1-4 … Continued

Portland Community Agriculture Survey

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The Cumberland County Soil and Water Conservation District is partnering with the City of Portland to develop a Community Agriculture Plan. They are looking for input from the Portland Community on what Community Agriculture elements they would like to see … Continued