East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) Advocate Lore Wintergreen can be reached at: 503.823.4035 or email@example.com.
The EPAP acknowledges community strengths and supports existing efforts, while looking strategically at opportunities to improve livability and at policies to address some of the challenges facing East Portland. The EPAP was convened by the City of Portland, Multnomah County, and now U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley, for the specific task of providing leadership and guidance to public agencies and other entities on how to strategically address community-identified issues and allocate resources to improve livability and prevent displacement in East Portland. East Portland is defined by the East Portland Neighborhood Office (EPNO) coalition area.
We need YOU to make the improvements (268 action items) identified in the Action Plan become real in our community! Brochures in seven (7) different languages can be found at the bottom of this page. Copies of the Action Plan can be found at: Adopted Action Plan; Abbreviated East Portlalnd Action Plan, Ист-Портленд План Действий » (EPAP) Russian, and El Plan de Acción para el Este de Portland.
Food is provided and with one week notice childcare and language interpretation will be made available. If you have any questions or suggestions, EPAP Advocate Lore Wintergreen can be reached at: 503.823.4035 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Together we can make the identified improvements that you work for become real. We have already shown great success in moving forward Action items the group has prioritized.
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