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About the Building a Better 82nd Community Advisory Group

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has recruited 18 community members for the Building a Better 82nd Avenue Community Advisory Group. 
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Community Advisory Group Members

NameNeighborhood Connection
Bradley BondyLents
Tabitha BoschettiMontavilla
Charles BoyleMadison South
Ben DeJarnetteMontavilla
Oscar GilsonCully
Kenneth Hurst-BrodieMontavilla
Jardima KroekerFoster-Powell
Brian LiuSouth Tabor
Jacob LoebMontavilla
Allan LuebkeMadison South
Andrea MarquezMadison South
Anna MenonLents
Thomas NgoMontavilla
Mindy PetersonMadison South
Robin PurvisPowellhurst-Gilbert
Heather RedmanPowellhurst-Gilbert
James SestricHazelwood
Askina SharifMontavilla

Community Advisory Group Meetings

Meeting #1 - November 3, 2022, 6 to 8pm
Meeting #2 - January 25, 2023, 6 to 8pm
Meeting #3 - March 22, 2023, 6 to 8pm
Meeting #4 - May 24, 2023, 6 to 8pm
  • Community Advisory Group Meeting #4 Agenda
  • Community Advisory Group Meeting #4 Presentation
  • Community Advisory Group Meeting #4 Summary
Upcoming Meetings
  • Meeting #5 - October 25, 2023, 6 to 8pm
  • Meeting #6 - January 31, 2024, 6 to 8pm

About the Community Advisory Group

PBOT recruited 18 community members to serve as volunteers on the Building a Better 82nd Avenue Community Advisory Group. The group plays an essential role in providing feedback, helping solicit and engage the broader 82nd Avenue community, and helping shape the final plan recommendations. 

 Committee activities include: 

  • Elevate and confirm community priorities for investment
  • Act as a community liaison between PBOT and the greater 82nd Avenue community
  • Provide feedback and input on ideas, projects, and strategies identified in the planning process
  • Provide input on plan implementation