Blue Lake Park and Lakeshore Park Design Input

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You have the opportunity to shape the future design of our parks. Metro is seeking input on the Master Plan for Blue Lake Park. Do you want a voice in shaping the future of a regional park? Take the survey.

The City of Fairview will be holding an open house in January seeking input on the draft Lakeshore Park design. Your FLPOA board submitted comments specifically objecting to the two viewing platforms proposed for the western natural area. Attached is the letter submitted and a preliminary drawing of the draft design.

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Preview attachment 2015-letter-to-city-council.pdf


Preview attachment concept-plan-for-lakeshore-park-improvements.pdf


“Sad Message from Bettianne Goetz”

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“Al Goetz, who lived on Interlachen Lane for 45 years, died suddenly Friday night.  It appears to have been a heart attack.  He and his wife, Bettianne, were instrumental in the formation of FLPOA.  Al always loved our fun activities on the lake. He enjoyed being in the our famous 4th of July parade as his boat was famous for years for the folding chair routine! He and Bettianne always enjoyed the mid-lake socials on Saturday nights. They raised two daughters, Debbie and Jill, on the lake.  Daughter Jill and her family built on the south shore right across from home!!
A celebration of life will be held sometime after the holidays. We will miss him very much.”

Caution: Potential Discharge into Fairview Creek

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Caution: Potential Discharge into Fairview Creek

The City of Gresham experienced a sanitary sewer break near the Burnside Street max tracks. This breakage may have discharged sanitary sewage into Fairview Creek. Gresham has initiated and completed a repair and has a pump around system in place. They have notified all regulatory authorities. Residents are discouraged from making physical contact with the high flood waters.

Questions: Contact Allan Berry, 503.674.6235 or