Rockwood E. 188th Ave. (Rockwood East 188th Avenue) Gresham is serviced by TriMet's bus system and the MAX Light Rail Blue Line (MAX Blue Line), which includes the following MAX stations: *East 162nd Avenue * East 172nd Avenue
MAX light rail (MAX Light Rail#Early system history). The '''Cleveland Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham, Oregon. It is the eastern terminus of the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line). The '''Gresham Central Transit Center station''', also known as '''Gresham Transit Center''', is a TriMet transit center and MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), Oregon, United States. The center is a connection point for several bus routes and the MAX Blue Line. The light rail station is the 25th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX line, which was the Portland metropolitan area's first light rail line. The '''Gresham City Hall station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham, Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 24th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The '''Ruby Junction East 197th Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham, Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 23rd stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The station's nickname is likely a reference to Alfred Curtiss Ruby, a prominent Portland-area banker businessman in the early 20th century who owned significant amounts of property near the train station. The '''Rockwood East 188th Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham, Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 22nd stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The '''East 181st Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham, Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 21st stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The '''East 172nd Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 20th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The MAX system is owned and operated by TriMet, the major transit agency for the Portland metropolitan area. The '''East 162nd Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station on the boundary between Portland (Portland, Oregon) and Gresham, Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 19th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. As mayor, Clark created the nationally recognized 12-Point Homeless Plan, supported the growth of mass transit, including the MAX Light Rail line to Gresham, Oregon, aided downtown (Downtown Portland) development, and initiated and led the campaign to build the Oregon Convention Center. The station is next to the interchange of Interstate 84 (Interstate 84 (Oregon)) and Interstate 205 (Interstate 205 (Oregon-Washington)), and behind a Fred Meyer store. This station contains three tracks and platforms, surrounded by bus stops. The eastern track is used by Blue and Green line trains heading towards Hillsboro (Hillsboro, Oregon) and Portland State University, respectively; trains open up to both the side and center platforms. The middle track is to the west of the center platform and used by Beaverton (Beaverton, Oregon)-bound Red Line trains. Finally, the western-most track has a side platform and is used by all trains, with Blue Line trains headed towards Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), Green Line trains towards Clackamas (Clackamas, Oregon), and Red Line trains toward the Airport (Portland International Airport). Trains lay over (Layover) at this station to reverse and go eastward to Beaverton (Beaverton, Oregon), Portland (Portland, Oregon), and Gresham (Gresham, Oregon). Development built near the station includes many civic and Washington County (Washington County, Oregon) offices. Near the station is the Washington County Sheriff's office, the county jail, the courthouse (Washington County Courthouse (Oregon)), the Hillsboro Civic Center, and other government offices. Retail shops are located at street level in the parking structure. Portland Community College's Hillsboro Education Center is also housed in the street level space at the garage. Hillsboro Education Center. Portland Community College. Retrieved on March 27, 2008. Details The station has side platforms. To the northeast of the station is one of the facilities where MAX trains are stored and serviced, called Elmonica Yard, or "Elmo Yard" for short. As a result, most trains in the morning start here, and go west to Hillsboro's (Hillsboro, Oregon) Hatfield Government Center station (Hatfield Government Center (MAX station)) before heading to Gresham's (Gresham, Oregon) Cleveland Avenue station (Cleveland Avenue (MAX station)), and service at the end of the day splits between terminating here or Merlo Road Southwest 158th Avenue (Merlo Road Southwest 158th Avenue (MAX station)), and Hillsboro's Hatfield Government Center station and returning eastward to the yard. Blue Line Eastbound Schedule Evening, TriMet Website Blue Line Eastbound Schedule Morning, TriMet Website Blue Line Westbound Schedule Morning, TriMet Website Blue Line Westbound Schedule Evening, TriMet Website Amenities Located south of northeast Cornell Road on northeast 34th Avenue, the station is within TriMet's fare zone 3 on the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) adjacent to the Washington County Fairplex and directly south of the Hillsboro Airport. Fair Complex Hillsboro Airport MAX Station. TriMet. Retrieved on July 12, 2008. How to get to the fair. ''The Oregonian'', July 27, 2006. Passengers can travel west to downtown Hillsboro or east to Portland (Portland, Oregon) and Gresham (Gresham, Oregon) from the stop. The station has a park-and-ride lot and bus connections to the number 46 line. Designed by architectural firm OTAK Inc., the station features an island platform and a side platform along the two tracks, with a third track to the west used for parking extra trains utilized for increased capacity during special events such as the county fair and the Oregon International Airshow. Colby, Richard N. Tracking art plans. ''The Oregonian'', August 3, 1995. The station also includes bike lockers and bike racks, is complaint with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and has a seasonal concessions stand (Concession stand). The Kamiak Orchestra program includes three main orchestras (Intermediate, Philharmonic Strings I and Philharmonic Strings II) under the direction of conductor Brian Steves, who was inducted into the Washington State Teaching Hall of Fame in 2009. * Corvallis, Oregon * Gresham, Oregon- verified 6-26-2006 by Ajbenj (User:Ajbenj) * Springfield, Oregon Orchestras The Roosevelt Orchestra program includes the Concert Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra. The orchestras perform annually at various concerts and competitions, including the annual competition in Gresham, Oregon. ::Welcome to RHS orchestra:: The group recently tied with Garfield (Garfield High School (Seattle)) in the 2011 festival.
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to as the ''Eastside'' MAX line, so as to distinguish it from the Westside MAX project. The The '''Meier & Frank Building''' is a fifteen story, glazed terra cotta (Glazed architectural terra-cotta) building located in downtown (Downtown Portland) Portland, Oregon, across from the northeast corner of Pioneer Courthouse Square. The building is the former flagship store and headquarters building for the Meier & Frank department store chain and has now seen its lower floors be remodeled into an updated Macy's department store. Upper floors of the building have been renovated into a luxury hotel known as The Nines (The Nines (hotel)). The idea of operating vintage streetcars in Downtown Portland had been proposed at least as early as the mid-1970s, "Old Town trolleys proposed". (August 25, 1976). ''The Oregonian'', p. E12. as a way to lure back to the city center shoppers who increasingly preferred suburban shopping malls. One of its most enthusiastic and influential proponents was Portland businessman Bill Naito Alesko, Michael (December 13, 1979). "Trolley proposal advances". ''The Oregonian'', p. D3. Federman, Stan (January 29, 1987). "Tri-Met trolley plan gets go-ahead bell". ''The Oregonian.'' (who later became the first president of Vintage Trolley, Inc.). Mayer, James (November 27, 1991). "Rose City went off its trolley 41 years ago; it has returned". ''The Oregonian''. '''The Benson Hotel''' is a 287-room historic hotel building in downtown (Downtown Portland) Portland (Portland, Oregon), Oregon, United States.
'''Broadway''' is a major thoroughfare in Los Angeles, California (Los Angeles), that runs from Lincoln Heights (Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles) on the Eastside (East Los Angeles (region)), through Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), passing through Central Plaza and the Dragon Gate, the Los Angeles Civic Center (Civic Center, Los Angeles), passing the ''Los Angeles Times'' building at First Street (1st Street (Los Angeles)), and Broadway's historic commercial district and theatre district (Broadway Theater and Commercial District) in Downtown Los Angeles. Wilbur and his father, David Kitman Woo, began a produce business in a spot at the Ninth Street Market vacated by a Japanese man who was interned during the Second World War (Japanese American internment). After arriving in the United States, Beth Woo became the bookkeeper for the family business. In the 1960s, Wilbur Woo and friends chartered Cathay Bank. the first bank in Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles). He studied banking and later became a vice-president of the organization. Gary Libman, "Woo Family's Road to Success Long and Not Always Smooth," ''Los Angeles Times,'' August 5, 1985, page E-1 '''Redistricting.''' After several attempts at redrawing councilmanic districts in accordance with a U.S. court order to provide for increased Latino representation, the City Council in 1986 adopted a plan that stripped Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), Echo Park (Echo Park, Los Angeles) and adjoining areas from Woo's 13th District but maintained his power base in Hollywood and Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles) and also cut north into Studio City. Larry Gordon, "Voters Scramble to Make Sense of New Districts," ''Los Angeles Times,'' September 18, 1986, page GD-1 With map. In the United States, '''Aji Ichiban USA ''' was founded in 2000 as an exclusive franchise and they have stores in New York City (New York, New York), in Chinatown around Manhattan and Queens, as well as in the Chinatowns in Boston, San Jose (San Jose, California), Chicago, Los Angeles (specifically LA Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), San Gabriel (San Gabriel, California) and Monterey Park (Monterey Park, California)), and Rockville, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, DC. Many Chinese political leaders have paid visits to these stores. There was a store in Richardson, TX but it closed shortly after opening. History Cathay Bank first opened in 1962 in Los Angeles' Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles) as the first Chinese-American bank in California. In 1979 it opened its first branch office in Monterey Park (Monterey Park, California). Its first overseas representative office in Hong Kong was opened in 1985. '''Huy Fong Foods''' (滙豐食品公司) is a hot sauce company based in Rosemead, California. "Contact Us." Huy Fong Foods. Retrieved on February 26, 2010. Beginning in 1980 on Spring Street in Los Angeles's Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), with an initial investment of US$50,000 in family savings after being turned down by a bank for a US$200,000 loan, it has grown to become one of the leaders in the Asian (Asian cuisine) hot sauce market, especially Sriracha sauce. Statehood Located on the coastal plains surrounding the Los Angeles River, the town became a cattle ranching center, expanding on the role during the California Gold Rush. It was the center for the Alta California ranchos (ranchos of California) in the surrounding regions, further developing shipping ability from San Pedro Bay. In the latter 19th century the development of Los Angeles shifted the business district and cultural center of town to the south, present day Downtown Los Angeles, leaving the Pueblo district to decline, and by 1900 it was a less favored area, with the Chinatown district (Chinatown, Los Angeles) and other ethnic "ghettos", and the blight of new railroad adjacent industrial areas.
She worked in the Beaverton, Oregon branch of the Hooters chain of restaurants. ''The Girls Next Door'' Season 3 episode broadcast May 6, 2007 '''New Seasons Market''' is a chain of privately-owned neighborhood grocers operating in the Portland (Portland, Oregon) Metro area (metropolitan Area) of Oregon and Washington (Washington (U.S. state)). Founded by three families and 50 of their friends in 1999, the chain currently operates ten stores in Portland, Hillsboro (Hillsboro, Oregon), Beaverton (Beaverton, Oregon), Happy Valley (Happy Valley, Oregon), Vancouver (Vancouver, Washington), and Lake Oswego (Lake Oswego, Oregon) with a new store under construction in Beaverton's Progress Ridge neighborhood. Many of the products offered are organic (organic food) and produced locally in the Pacific Northwest. The stores differ from most grocers by offering natural and conventional products side by side.
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. It is 25.5 miles (41 km) long. The route, operated by TriMet, provides an airport rail link to Portland International Airport from Beaverton (Beaverton, Oregon) and downtown Portland. The '''East 162nd Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station on the boundary between Portland (Portland, Oregon) and Gresham, Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 19th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The '''East 102nd Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Portland, Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 16th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The '''East 122nd Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Portland (Portland, Oregon), Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 17th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The MAX system is owned and operated by TriMet, the major transit agency for the Portland metropolitan area. The '''East 148th Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Portland (Portland, Oregon), Oregon. It serves the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line) and is the 18th stop eastbound on the Eastside MAX branch. The MAX system is owned and operated by TriMet, the major transit agency for the Portland metropolitan area. He has also criticized land use policies in the Portland, Oregon area, noting that the area expanded its urban growth boundary to its intended 2040 area 38 years early due to political pressure and that housing prices have escalated substantially relative to incomes. History Con-way traces its heritage to Leland James, who in 1929 founded a small regional trucking company in Portland, Oregon. James, the son of a river pilot, had been successful operating a large retail tire business and later a private inter-city bus company in Portland. Believing that he could find more profits moving freight instead of people, he sold his previous businesses and acquired several local freight companies, and on April 1, 1929, combined them to form '''Consolidated Truck Lines'''. Unlike most trucking concerns of the day, CF began as a company rooted in the western United States, and expanded east. In 1939, the corporate name of the company was officially changed to Consolidated Freightways, Inc. By the 1990s, the company moved into other markets, starting Menlo Worldwide Logistics and acquiring Emery World Airlines (Emery Worldwide). Consolidated Freightways (CF), a union shop, was spun off in 1996 to a standalone entity and '''CNF, Inc.''' was formed to hold Menlo, Emery, and a new less than truckload non-union firm named Con-Way. Consolidated Freightways operated for several years but ultimately filed for bankruptcy, ceasing operations on Labor Day, September 2, 2002. Biography Born Frances Leone Lynch in Vancouver, Washington, Yeend grew up in Portland, Oregon. She had very little musical training before entering Washington State University (then Washington State College) in Pullman, Washington where she studied singing. League notes *The Edmonton Oil Kings (Edmonton Oil Kings (WCHL)) relocated to Portland, Oregon to become the Portland Winter Hawks, the first United States based team in the WCHL. *The Winnipeg Clubs became the Winnipeg Monarchs. File:Arnold Mindell in Denver.jpg thumb Deep Democracy is our sense that the world is here to help us to become our entire selves, and that we are here to help the world to become whole. '''Arnold Mindell (w:Arnold Mindell)''' (born 1940), married to Amy Mindell, is an American physicist (w:physicist), psychotherapist (w:psychotherapist), writer and the founder of Process Oriented Psychology (w:Process Oriented Psychology). He lives in Portland (w:Portland, Oregon), Oregon (w:Oregon). His children, Lara Mindell and Robin Mindell, live in Switzerland (w:Switzerland) and both work as psychotherapists. Arnold Mindell has written 20 books that have been published in 20 languages. * You talk about an island in the Darwinian sense. Here's a major American city stuck at the end of a series of river valleys, cut off from the rest of country. It is a Eastern European immigrant city — working class, blue collar — that has reinvented itself over the last 10-20 years with this craftsman approach to life that reminds me of cities like Austin (w:Austin), Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) and Portland, Maine (w:Portland, Maine). I hate to be one of those people who's like 'Pittsburgh is the next big thing,' but I get around more than most people and I'm telling you, Pittsburgh is like the next big thing. The geography lends itself, it's incredibly lush farmland, and inexpensive city with incredible history. They're renovating 100 year old railroad terminals into city markets. 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There's like three grandmas and a grandpa making this from scratch, the best stuffed cabbage I've ever had and I grew up on that. ** Andrew Zimmern (w:Andrew Zimmern) June, 2013 St. Helens 8 Mar 2005 From Portland.jpg thumb Steam eruption. Photo credit: Daniel Liu Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) – A cloud of white steam and ash rose as high as 36,000 feet from Mount St. Helens (w:Mount St. Helens) in the U.S. (w:Unites States) state of Washington (w:Washington) at 5:27 p.m. PST today. The eruption was visible from the Portland (w:Portland, Oregon) metropolitan area in the neighbouring state of Oregon (w:Oregon), causing traffic slowdowns as commuters slowed to watch the spectacle. News helicopters have shown photos of lava emerging inside the crater. Although the eruption was mostly over by 6:07 p.m. PST, an ashfall advisory until 9:00 p.m. PST has been announced for communities around the mountain. thumb Steam eruption. Photo credit: Daniel Liu (Image:Mount St. Helens 8 Mar 2005 From Portland.jpg) Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) – A cloud of white steam and ash rose as high as 36,000 feet from Mount St. Helens (w:Mount St. Helens) in the U.S. (w:Unites States) state of Washington (w:Washington) at 5:27 p.m. PST today. The eruption was visible from the Portland (w:Portland, Oregon) metropolitan area in the neighbouring state of Oregon (w:Oregon), causing traffic slowdowns as commuters slowed to watch the spectacle. News helicopters have shown photos of lava emerging inside the crater. Although the eruption was mostly over by 6:07 p.m. PST, an ashfall advisory until 9:00 p.m. PST has been announced for communities around the mountain. The Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) and Medford, Oregon (w:Medford, Oregon) airports were among the hardest-hit by cutbacks, with Portland seeing a 30% decline in security screeners. 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