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The Flu (Influenza) Program is part of our Occupational Health and Wellness Program in the Benefits Office.
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The Flu (Influenza) Program is part of our Occupational Health and Well-being Program in the Bureau of Human Resources.
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This free class offering is part of the Anti-Racist Trauma-Informed Capacity Building Strategies series facilitated by Vo Vo and is sponsored by the Constructing Civic Dialogues program through the Office of Community and Civic Life.
The Private for-Hire Transportation (PFHT Advisory Committee is a citizen advisor body representing those with interests in PFHT in the City of Portland.
The committee meets monthly to review data on how many women and people of color are hired for apprenticeships, workforce, and subcontracting roles as part of Secondary Treatment Expansion projects. Meetings are held online.
Regularly scheduled Historic Landmarks Commission Hearings are the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month.
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The mission of Every Body Athletics is to make a lasting impact on the physical, social, and emotional wellbeing of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) through inclusive group exercise.
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The Northwest Parking District Capital Projects Subcommittee provides direction on northwest parking district initiated infrastructure projects. The subcommittee meets every other month on the fourth Tuesday of the month.