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Gresham's Hogan Cedar Trees


Hogan Cedar Trees

HOGAN CEDAR FACTS

  • It is a unique form of Thuja plicata, the western red cedar, which grows naturally only in the Gresham area.

  • It has been recognized nationally as an important plant in horticulture.

  • The Oregon Association of Nurserymen's publication, 1999-2000 Directory and Buyer's Guide listed 13 commercial nursery producers of the Hogan Cedar. These are sold nationally. All of these trees trace their origin to a small pocket of trees in Gresham.

Land Use Minutes: April 2007

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MINUTES OF MEETING
Wilkes East Neighborhood Association
Land Use Committee
April 19, 2007

Re: Proposed 3-Parcel partition located at 16701 NE Hassalo St., Portland

A meeting was held at Park Place Coffee, 1288 SE 182nd Ave., Portland at 6:30 pm on the above date.

Land Use: 16701 NE Hassalo St

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Land Use Issue

Site Location: 16701 NE Hassalo St. This is a proposed 3-parcel partition on this property. There is one existing house and it is proposed to build 2 townhouses behind the existing house.

The northern most townhouse must face north because of a proposed future street plan. The future street plan would extend Multnomah Terrace from NE 166th Avenue to NE 169th Avenue.

Urban Forestry Forum

05/23/2007 - 6:00pm
05/23/2007 - 8:00pm
Etc/GMT-7

Forest park

City of Gresham Urban Forestry Forum

Wednesday, May 23, 2007
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Fellowship Hall
Rockwood United Methodist Church
179th & SE Stark St.

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