Notice of Public Meeting: 2 Important Meetings Upcoming


Subject: Improvements to Grant High School Upper Field

Wednesday, May 5, 7:00 p.m. PST via Zoom

The Portland Public Schools Office of School Modernization is planning a public meeting about proposed improvements to the Grant Upper Field to create a home field for Grant Women’s softball. Members of the GPNA Board, together with members of the sub-committee it established to examine the various aspects of the proposal, are planning to attend.

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Subject: GPNA Emergency meeting to Hear/Vote on Committee Recommendations on Grant High School Upper Field Improvements Project

Time: May 6, 2021 08:00 PM PST via Zoom
  • 8:00 pm Introduction
  • 8:05 pm Board Member Introductions
  • 8:10 pm Report/ recommendations from Committee/ Board Vote on points as they are presented
  • 9:30  pm Comments/questions from community members
  • 10:00 pm Adjournment

See the staff report from the City of Portland here

GPNA Upper Fields Summary

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Meeting ID: 883 1098 1577
Passcode: 348950

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