Quarter 3, 2022 Lobbying Reports
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Quarter 3 Additional Disclosures
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Quarter 3 Lobbying Topics
Most frequently disclosed lobbying communications were related to the following topics:
- Business/Economic Development: OMSI Redevelopment, Downtown, and Tax Conformity
- Environment: Energy (Renewable Fuel, Fossil Fuel, Electric Vehicles), Denmark Visit (Carbon Reduction), and Climate
- Infrastructure: Telecommunications (AT&T Operations, Right-of-Way (ROW) Code), and Housing/Houselessness
Quarter 3 Spending
- Lobbying groups reported spending approximately $283,517 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||$11,250.00|
|Chevron USA, Inc.||$1,438.22|
|Crown Castle and its Affiliates||$15,000.00|
|Mondelez International||$16, 665.00|
|Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC||$3,324.00|
|Oregon Museum of Science and Industry||$15,000.00|
|Oregon Smart Growth||$16,251.00|
|Oregon Trucking Association||$15,000.00|
|People For Portland||$106,380.00|
|Portland Business Alliance||$4,094.48|
|Western States Petroleum Association||$18,460.00|
Recent Lobbying Enforcement
- Verizon received its second warning for submitting a late Q3 2022 Quarterly Statement.
Quarter 3 Political Consultant Disclosures
- Commissioner Mapps reported consulting services with Jessica Elkan.
- Commissioner Ryan reported consulting services with Springwater Partners and Imperium Political Strategies.
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