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City of Portland | March 29, 2017
For years, Steve Novick was the darling of Portland progressives. His distinctive physical profile—he stands 4-foot-9 with a metal hook in place of the left hand he was born without—was paired with big policy ideas and a barbed wit. He nearly upset Jeff Merkley in a 2008 Democratic primary bid for the U.S. Senate, then breezed into Portland City Hall in 2012....
City of Portland | April 05, 2017
After years of work on climate resilience and efforts to lower the city’s carbon footprint, city officials took stock of the regional situation with the fossil fuel industry and unanimously passed a resolution to block the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure – both within the city of Portland and in adjacent waters. The policy went into effect after another unanimous vote this past December, which finalized changes to city building codes....
City of Portland | March 13, 2017
The long-time director for the Office of Neighborhood Involvement announced her departure this morning in an email to staff....
City of Portland | April 04, 2017
Federal prosecutors in Portland are still trying to make sense of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' order requiring reviews of all U.S. Justice Department agreements on police reforms....
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