2 results for month: 05/2016


It didn’t have to be this way, Bullseye

I want Bullseye employees, glass enthusiasts, and business owners in the community to understand that it didn’t have to be like this. When I first met with neighbors in that apartment building community room back in February, I don’t remember a single one saying that they wanted Bullseye to go; and it wasn't just lax regulations, but also a series of horrible choices on the part of the Bullseye owners that brought us to the point that we’re at now. I was looking through old messages and emails a couple of weeks ago and found some vaguely distraught communications from members of the affected community who had been invited by Bullseye owners ...

Q&A between EPAC and OHA, DEQ, and MCH

May 4th, 2016 OHA—Oregon Health Authority DEQ—Department of Environmental Quality MCH—Multnomah County Health EPAC—Eastside Portland Air Coalition In Attendance Julie Sifuentes, Program Manager, Environmental Public Health, OHA Dr. David Farrer, Toxicologist, Environmental Public Health, OHA Keith Johnson, Air Quality Manager, DEQ Brian Boling, Laboratory Program Manager, DEQ Andrea Hamburg, Program Supervisor, Multnomah County Environmental Health Dr. Jae Douglas, Director, Multnomah County Environmental Health Dr. Paul Lewis, Tri-county Health Officer (Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington) Jody Bleyle (EPAC) Chris ...