The Beaumont Business Association supports all businesses within the Beaumont Business District and works to enhance and promote the Beaumont Business District as the historic, cultural and thriving commercial heart of this community. We are unique. You can shop at the market, pick up something from the hardware store, have a relaxing massage, enjoy a wonderful dinner at an amazing restaurant or pick up some flowers for that special person, all within walking distance from your home. Stop by and visit our friendly businesses and find out what makes the Beaumont Village and upper and lower Fremont Street so special!
The Beaumont Business Association (BBA) and local businesses on NE Upper Fremont are proud to present the 27th Anniversary of the Fremont Festival to be held on August 3, 2013 from 8:00am to 6:00pm. Plans to close the street again … Continue reading
On Tuesday, April 30, the city attorney withdrew the permit for Wally Remmers’s proposed project at 4419-4439 NE Fremont St., citing a “material error” discovered in the record of the city’s permitting decision. The city attorney had been reviewing the record to submit it as required to the state Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) as part of the appeal brought by petitioners Beaumont-Wilshire Neighbors for Responsible Growth.
While no details were given as to the specific reason for withdrawing the permit, members of Beaumont-Wilshire Neighbors for Responsible Growth continue to press for a project that’s more in scale with the neighborhood, along with mitigation for traffic and public safety impacts, among other concerns.
The next meeting for Beaumont-Wilshire Neighbors for Responsible Growth will be announced later this week. Check http://bwnrg.blogspot.com for details.