Monthly Archives: May 2017

Community Caring Day at the Oak Leaf

Volunteers and folks from Living Cully, St. Charles Church, St Vincent De Paul and Habitat for Humanity came out and helped residents with some spring cleaning. Jobs included deconstructing mobile homes and unsafe or unnecessary structures, helping residents clean out their homes and space as well as yard work. We filled up dumpsters of debris … Read More >

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Former Normandy residents finds affordable housing in Cully neighbor ADU

Affordable Small Homes, also known as Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s) are ideally suited to increase access to affordable housing for low-income renters by leveraging available land in established neighborhoods, existing infrastructure and willing homeowners. To date though, white, upper-income homeowners and renters in Portland’s most expensive neighborhoods have almost exclusively enjoyed this housing option. However, there … Read More >

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Living Cully and Portland State Partner in Arts Capstone Project

By David Platt   Living Cully is working in partnership with the Portland State University Capstone Program to integrate local arts into community development efforts. A diverse community of students has come together to create public art resources that build new relationships between neighborhood artists, and the Living Cully nonprofit alliance. Students have begun to … Read More >

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