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Johnell Bell, Gabe Sheoships and Erica Thompson replace veteran commissioners whose terms expired in June.
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Portlanders invited to review and testify on the amended Proposed Draft Ezone Map Correction Project; additional properties included to protect streams, wetlands, forests and slopes.
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Commissioners Shultz, Smith and Houck depart after serving almost 30 years collectively.
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The June 22, 2021 PSC meeting includes a 2-hour session with housing experts to discuss housing-related policy and housing production in Portland.
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The 11-member PSC is again fully seated with a youth commissioner and new full-term member.
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Seeking passionate Portlanders to serve on advisory body responsible for the stewardship, development, and maintenance of the City's Comprehensive Plan and the Zoning Code, with an emphasis on integrating carbon reductions and climate action into land use and transportation decisions.
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Updates from BPS projects and programs and how bureau staff are helping the City respond to the coronavirus crisis.
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Read news from BPS about 82nd Ave improvements, Planning & Sustainability Commission membership, neighborhood notification improvements, Residential Infill Project, and proposed historic resource code amendments.

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Read news from BPS about the Comp Plan, Central City 2035, Better Housing by Design, DOZA and a long range plan for the South Reach of the Willamette.
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The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) issued an order approving Portland’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan and responding to objections raised against the new plan and associated implementation measures.
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The two-year Youth Position on the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) is open and accepting applications until April 10, 2020.