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Three local design and historic review experts share insights at prominent national conference

The sold-out National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) annual conference, held in Portland Oct. 11 to 15, featured sessions highlighting innovative building designs and successes in cultural preservation.

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Design and Historic Landmarks commissions present State of the City Reports to City Council

On March 15, the Design Commission and the Historic Landmarks Commission presented their annual reports to City Council. Their reports focused on successes and challenges of the past year as well as goals for the coming year.

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Historic Landmarks Commission endorses addition to historic library

Albina Library, a 111-year-old community institution in Northeast Portland, will be updated to meet modern building standards and community needs while honoring historic context.

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Deadline extended: Have a passion for enhancing Portland's historic and architectural heritage? Consider joining the Historic Landmarks Commission

The City of Portland is seeking applications for a public-at-large member to serve a four-year term on the Historic Landmarks Commission. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. Applications are due Wednesday, Nov. 16.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Have a passion for enhancing Portland's historic and architectural heritage? Consider joining the Historic Landmarks Commission

The City of Portland is seeking applications to serve a four-year term on the Historic Landmarks Commission. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. Applications are due Sunday, May 1.

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BDS Announces Search for Volunteers to Serve on the Historic Landmarks Commission

The Bureau of Development Services has announced a search for anyone interested in filling a vacancy on the City of Portland Historic Landmarks Commission.

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