SDBA Speaks at City Hall

During the month of April members of the Stadium District Business Association took the opportunity to check in with our City leaders on topics that matter to us, residents and business owners in our district.

On April 3rd we spoke about our opposition to a proposed closure of the Kings Hill MAX TriMet stop as well as our concerns about area camping.

On April 10th we spoke about Unreinforced Masonry (URM) buildings, the importance of business associations and community partnerships, and the changing landscape and related needs in our district.

On April 17th we spoke in support of the Good Neighbor Agreement and Comprehensive Transportation Plan between the Portland Timbers organization and the surrounding neighborhoods impacted by the Stadium and it's patrons.

We continuously advocate on behalf of our membership so that our business community has a voice the City will hear.

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