Jessica Greenlee of Affinity Property Management LLC will give an update on where the industry stands today and what the government plans to do now that the eviction moratorium has been extended. Changes to landlord/tenant responsibilities and protections began five years ago. Jessica was a member of the Rental Services Commission for the City of Portland, before resigning earlier this year over its ineffectiveness, and a member of several statewide committees related to rent control/tenant protection subject matters. She works with Affinity Prop. Management Company in downtown Portland. Mark your calendar to join us at the next GEAC meeting on August 12th.
Andy Miller, executive director of Human Solutions, will give an update on the impact of the pandemic and the eviction moratorium protections has had on the East Portland community.
If you have any questions, contact Connie Shipley at 503-830-1028 or Kim Kelly at 503-788-8589.
If you have any questions, contact Kim Kelly at 503-788-8589.
Portland Bureau of Transportation
Steve is a capital project manager and supervisor in PBOT’s Capital Delivery Division, and has worked at the bureau for six years. In addition to leading one of PBOT’s project delivery teams, Steve manages a portfolio of his own projects including the reconstruction of SW Capitol Highway to include sidewalks and bike lanes, and building new streets in South Waterfront and the former US Post Office site in NW Portland. Steve also has led numerous projects through planning, project development and design in East Portland, authoring the “East Portland in Motion” implementation strategy in 2011, andinitiating design of the East Portland Access to Employment and Education project in 2016. Steve’s team members are delivering transformative projects in East Portland including the Outer Division Multimodal Safety Project and the East Glisan Street Update. Prior to working at PBOT, Steve worked at the Washington County Department of Land Use and Transportation, Prosper Portland (then the Portland Development Commission), and private consultant firms in Pennsylvania. Steve earned a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University in 2008, and a Bachelors in Geography from Indiana University in 2001. Steve lives with his wife and daughter in southeast Portland
Glendoveer Golf Course
14015 NE Glisan St | MAP
Support the Voice of East Portland by joining us for our 10th Annual Golf Tournament. Golfers can enjoy a full day on world class golf course with PRIZES for the top three teams and challenge winners.
Not a Golfer or can’t spare the whole day? Finish your Friday networking at the Golf Awards BBQ and win amazing raffle prizes!
Whether you golf all day or join us for an afternoon BBQ, you can expect to enjoy good food, great networking, a cash bar and raffle prizes. Please join us and support your East Portland Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit, volunteer-run organization advocating for business on the Eastside.
$95 per player | $375 per foursome
Price includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, BBQ lunch & PRIZES!
Sponsorships & Raffle Prizes:
Advertise your support of the East Portland Chamber of Commerce with a Hole Sponsorship for $150 — other levels of sponsorship are still available. You can also promote your business by donating one or more raffle prizes. Please contact the chamber at 503-788-8589 if you need more info.
For photos of the 2019 event click here.
Thank you to our sponsors:
Driving Range Sponsor:
Drink Cart: Color Innovations
Men & Women KP:
Men & Women Long Drive:
East Portland Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization | PO Box 90186 | Portland, OR 97290 | 503-788-8589