For teens in #WashCo "...the closest place a student can go for comprehensive birth control, regardless of ability to pay, is Planned Parenthood in Beaverton or the Lovejoy Clinic in Portland."
"You're asking low-income students to go through another barrier," Beaty said. "It is not simple for low-income people to just go somewhere else. They have transportation issues, sometimes their parents aren't involved."
Homework! What’s the urban growth boundary?
It’s where the city ends and the farms and forests begin. 4 of 5 cities asking for expansion are in WashCo. They are asking for 2,500+ acres. Many meetings will be had about this. Get informed. Get involved.
Have you voted Yes on 101 yet? Don't forget to get those ballots in! And after you turn in your ballots you're taken off call and door knocking lists.
Tomorrow at the Garden Home library! "If housing is a basic human right, why do so many people struggle to find or keep housing? " https://t.co/qNYByxphEe
The last 12 months we have seen some pretty intense natural disasters across the country. What would you do if a natural disaster hit our area? What can you expect from our local agencies? Check out this event to learn what local agencies have been preparing for!
See you all tonight for our monthly meeting! Phone banking starts at 6. Meeting at 7. If you are coming for phone banking, let us know so we can get you a call list.
6pm Phone banking for Measure 101 (contact us if you plan on phone banking - so we can get a call list for you)
7pm Meeting - Ban the Bag letters, Black and Brown Lives Matter Resolution, New Car Camping Ordinance and an update on Family Promise of Beaverton.