Monthly Archives: November 2009

  • PDX Plan

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      A city is only as good as its last plan. And our last one brought to life some of the very thins we admire most about our city. It laid the groundwork for one of the best transportation infrastructures in the country and enabled us to develop a vibrant central city. That was 1980. And almost 50% of us weren't even here then. Get involved. This is your chance to help define our priorities, guide our investments and actually set the course for our city. Please join us a t a workshop listed below, or answer some questions online at PDXPland.com Tues, 11/17 630p to 900p Beaumont Middle School, 4043 NE Fremont St Thur, 11/19 630p to 900p David Douglas High School, 1001 SE 135th Ave Tues, 12/1 630p to 900p St Johns Community Center, 8427 N Central St Thur, 12/3 800a to 930a World Trade Center, 121 SW Salmon St Sat, 12/5 1000a to 1230p Mt Scott Community Center, 5530 SE 72nd Ave Mon, 12/7 630p to 900p Wilson High School, 1151 SW Vermont St Tues, 12/15 630p to 900p University of Oregon - Old Town, 70 NW Couch St or visit www.pdxplan.com Twitter: @pdxplan, #pdxplan Facebook: www.facebook.com/pdxplan (Info Source: The City of Portland, mailer & www.pdxplan.com)
    • Tax Credit: Extend & Expand

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        Tax Credits Provide Outstanding Opportunities for Home Buyers The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009 has extended the tax credit of up to $8,000 for qualified first-time home buyers purchasing a principal residence. It also authorized a tax credit of up to $6,500 for qualified repeat home buyers. Frequently asked questions about the $8,000 first-time home buyer tax credit. Frequently asked questions about the $6,500 tax credit for repeat home buyers. You can continue to stay informed of future home buyer information by joining us on the following social media sites. (Info Sorce: http://www.federalhousingtaxcredit.com/)
      • Open House Sunday 8 November 1p – 4p

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