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Quarter 3 Additional Disclosures
Most frequently disclosed lobbying communications were related to the following topics:
- Business/Economic Development: Contract Renewal for Enhanced Service District and Downtown Clean and Safe
- Police and/or Community Safety: Cleaning and/or Safety (including Central Eastside, Skidmore MAX Station, University of Oregon, and Chinese Garden)
- Solid Waste and Energy Sustainable Development: Solid Waste and Recycling Code Update, Carbon Reduction and Fee, Franchise Exemption
- Lobbying groups reported spending approximately $675,118 in the quarter on City lobbying efforts.
- The following registered entities reported exceeding the quarterly lobbying threshold by spending more than $1,000:
American Beverage Association $9,750.00 AT&T $7,500.00 Central Eastside Industrial Council $1,600.00 Lyft, Inc. $9,840.00 Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC $2,220.00 Nathan Howard, Plant Medicine Healing Alliance, East Fork Cultivars $3,000.00 NW Natural $1,200.00 Oregon Museum of Science and Industry $15,000.00 Oregon Smart Growth $16,251.00 ORRA $1,033.00 People For Portland $561,747.00 Portland Business Alliance $17,132.81 Ridwell $1,333.33 Skinny Labs, Inc. dba Spin $4,000.00 Verizon $15,000.00 Waste Management $7,500.00
- Mayor Wheeler reported consulting services with NWP Consulting.
- Commissioner Mapps reported consulting services with Dobrich and Elkan Public Affairs.
- Commissioner Ryan reported consulting services with Springwater Partners, CN4 Partners, and Imperium Political Strategies.
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