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MVNA – 87-unit near St Charles – public comments closes on Dec. 6th.

By Mike Whitter / December 1, 2021

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Monday, November 29th 2021

The City of Bend is in the public comment stage for an 87-unit

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Mountain View Neighborhood Association News – November 28th

By Mike Whitter / November 28, 2021

Hello MVNA neighbors, Here are updates regarding Mountain View Neighborhood Association news. Our November meeting featured guest speaker Rachel Zakem from CET. Did you know that currently all busses with CET are fare free and will be until April 2022? This is a great time to try riding public transit! Furthermore, CET is creating a new route in our area that

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Envirocenter.org posting – Speak Up for Investments in Walking and Biking in Bend!

By Mike Whitter / November 24, 2021

Speak Up for Investments in Walking and Biking in Bend!

Posted on November 23, 2021 | by Lauren Williams

The Transportation Bond Oversight Committee (TBOC) recently finalized its prioritized project plan for the first five years of investments from the Transportation GO Bond that voters approved last year. TBOC will present its plan to the Bend City Council on December

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Wildfire awareness increasing in Deschutes County and Bend!

By Mike Whitter / November 22, 2021

In the announcement below, 20 (3 pending) of the sites are in the Bend area.   From Project Wildfire email on 11/22/21:   Firewise USA® Sites in Deschutes County Reaches 50   Deschutes County is proud to recognize it’s 50th Firewise community, a milestone that reiterates local commitment to wildfire prevention. More than 13,000 homes in the County participate in

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Reminder: Mountain View Neighborhood – Please take our survey!

By Mike Whitter / November 17, 2021

Hello Mountain View neighbors,

Thank you to everyone who has completed our survey and we are still accepting responses!

A new “year” is here for the Neighborhood Association, and we want to hear from you on how we can shape our neighborhood advocacy work! Please take this short survey to share your thoughts on what issues the MVNA should highlight

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