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Oral record closed October 12, 2022.
Passed to second reading November 30, 2022 at 9:45 a.m. Time Certain as amended.
Agenda item 966 was pulled from the consent agenda for discussion.
Written record will remain open until November 18, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
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Continued to December 7, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. Time Certain as amended
Motion to add directive E-City Financial Policy FIN-2.03 – Financial Policy is waived and this ordinance does not allocate the required 50% of General Fund discretionary revenue exceeding budgeted beginning fund balance for infrastructure maintenance or replacement in the subsequent budget process: Moved by Wheeler and seconded by Ryan. (Y-Mapps, Rubio, Ryan, Wheeler; N-Hardesty)
Motion to strike paragraph two from proposed amendment to add Directive F: at least $12 million towards rental assistance and an additional $3 million for eviction legal defense financial assistance: Moved by Rubio and seconded by Ryan. (Y-5)
Motion to add Directive F-In addition to adjusting to any reallocated Joint Office of Homeless Services funding included in the exhibits to this Ordinance, the Portland Housing bureau shall refrain from advancing $7 million of the funding allocated in the current year’s budget to support the Joint Office of Homeless Services unless and until the Multnomah County Commission approves an additional allocation of at least $15 million for eviction prevention. The County is planning to vote on a proposal to increase funding towards rental assistance in December. Should the County not approve this additional funding, the City will take action to reappropriate the $7 million in City funds towards rental assistance and eviction legal defense financial assistance: Moved by Ryan and seconded by Wheeler. (Y-5)
Motion to remove the emergency clause: Moved by Wheeler and seconded by Mapps. (Y-5)
Passed to second reading November 30, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. as amended