Published for the Cedar Mill Business Association

Search The News :

search tips     sitemap

Previous Issues • Subject Index • Cedar Mill Community Website • About The Cedar Mill News

Volume VI, Issue 4

April 2008

Breaking News: 7-11 robbed at knifepoint

Sign Up Now to receive The Cedar Mill News by email each month

Cedar Mill Chiropractic

Cedar Mill Realty

Elliott Bookkeeping School

Information about advertising in the Cedar Mill News

Cedar Mill Business Association

2008 Members

American Family Insurance

Bales Findley Property Management

Bales Marketplace Cedar Mill

Beighley & Associates Landscape Architects

Cedar Mill Bible Church

Cedar Mill Chiropractic Clinic

Cedar Mill Community Library

Cedar Mill Lumber

Cedar Mill Realty

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care

Cornell Urgent Care

da Vinci Smiles Dental

Du Fresne’s Auto Service

Edward Jones - Bill Rawson

Electronics Unlimited, Computer Repair

Elliott Bookkeeping School

Giftique Gift Baskets

Robert Gill  & Assoc. Appraisals

Jon Goodwin, DMD

Lazette Harnish LMT

Mike Irinaga Insurance/Farmers

Lee Davies Real Estate LLC

Pacific Northwest Tax Service

Papa Murphy's Pizza

Peninsula Insurance

Piggyback Plus , Inc.

Polygon Northwest Company

Pro Travel Network

Sandy Sahagian Portraiture

Sassy Frocks Women's Clothing

Dean Shade,, Attorney at Law

St. Pius X Catholic Church

Sunset Animal Clinic

Sunset Athletic Club

Sunset Medical Practice Group

Sunset Science Park Credit Union

Sunset Tire Factory

Team Web Website Design

Tilly’s Gelato & More

UPS Store

Village Gallery of Art

Walker Garbage Service

West Hills Chiropractic

Norman White Real Estate



Featured Business
Elliott Bookkeeping School

Urban Needs—Rural Government
What do cities have that we don't? Part II

Traffic light at Dogwood and Saltzman?

History in the News
Lost Park

CMBA Meeting Notes

Citizen input wins underground utilities at Murray/Cornell

Homeless at Sunset High

CMBA Member News

Avakian goes, Greenlick stays

Strader Town Hall

ID Theft Workshop

Adopt-a-Landscape Blooms

Featured Business
Elliott Bookkeeping School

Diane Sandefur attended classes at Elliott Bookkeeping School (EBS) in 1993, and she liked it so much, she bought the company...

Read the story-->

The Cedar MIll Business Association's meetings are free
and open to anyone interested in business in Cedar Mill


Traffic light at Dogwood and Saltzman?

If you think it’s hard to get into and out of the Waglreen’s/library parking lot now, just wait and see what the county has in store for us....

Read the story-->


CMBA Member News

Read the stories -->

Cornell Urgent Care


History in the News
Lost Park

In 1926, Cedar Mill was the location of a popular recreation site called Lost Park which drew visitors from Portland, Beaverton and Hillsboro....

Read the story-->

Urban Needs—Rural Government
What do cities have that we don’t?—Part II

In this series of articles, we have been taking a look at the governance of Cedar Mill, most of which is unincorporated Washington County. Counties traditionally provide county-wide services and services to rural residents, while cities provide urban  amenities and services for their residents.

Read the story-->


CMBA meeting notes
CMBA committees get busy

At the March 11 meeting of the Cedar Mill Business Association, the Downtown Identity committee noted that the Town Center banners had been taken down because they had proved unable to withstand the winter storms. We will be working with the sign company to develop a better material and revised designs....

Read the story-->

Citizen Input wins underground utilities

Citizen members of the Murray Road Improvement Project (Highway 26 to Cornell) have been expressing concern that the project plans didn’t include putting utilities (cable, power, telephone) into underground trenches to match what was done for the Cornell project.

Read the story-->

           Cedar Mill Lumber

Homeless in Cedar Mill
Sunset High’s Homeless Students

Surprising as it may be to most of us, there are homeless students attending almost every school within the Beaverton School District (BSD). In fact, two years ago Sunset High School had the highest population of homeless high school students in BSD. District-wide there are 861 homeless students so far this year.

Read the story-->

fite lady

ID Theft Workshop April 17

Win a free document shredder! The Washington County Sheriff’s Office will present, “Identity Theft, Scams and Fraud: Here & Now” on Thursday, April 17, 6:30-8:30 pm, at Sunset Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 14986 NW Cornell.

This free presentation for Washington County citizens will include presentations from Sheriff Rob Gordon and the Sheriff’s Office Fraud & Identity Theft Enforcement Team (FITE), and the Oregon Department of Justice. For more information, call 503-846-6048

Strader Town Halls

Desari Strader, who represents Cedar Mill and other areas as Washington County Commissioner, is holding a series of Town Hall meetings to share information and listen to her constituents.

  • April 7, 9-noon, Garden Home Recreation Center room 10

  • May 9, 10-noon, Cedar Mill Community Library upstairs meeting room.

Avakian changes jobs, Greenlick decides to continue

Our former State Senator, Brad Avakian, says, “In March, my good friend Dan Gardner announced that he will step down as Oregon’s Labor Commissioner...

Read the story-->

Adopt-a-Landscape Blooms

Under the umbrella of Washington County’s Adopt-a-Road program, volunteer groups can now adopt roadway landscaping.

Read the story-->

copytronix ad

Information about advertising in the Cedar Mill News

Sign up now to receive the Cedar Mill News
by email every month

The Cedar Mill News

Published monthly for the Cedar Mill Business Association by
Cedar Mill Advertising and Design
12110 NW West Rd., Portland, OR 97229

Do you have news or events or know of something
that you would like to see covered in the Cedar Mill News?
Contact us!
Publisher/Editor: Virginia Bruce
503-629-5799 • email us

Printing courtesy of Copytronix
Printed copies are distributed in CMBA organizations throughout the Cedar Mill area.

Opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those
of the Cedar Mill Business Association or of the advertisers.