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Alison Brown of JLA Public Involvement will guide the work of the 20-member commission, charged with reviewing Portland's founding documents and recommending changes.
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The Portland Revenue Online system allows taxpayers to manage information and pay taxes from computers, smartphones or tablets.
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Shared priorities will shape the Portland City Council’s budget and policy decisions during 2021.
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Get answers to your questions about Portland's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
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Environmental, fire and traffic risks make Hazelnut Grove a dangerous place to live. Residents have the opportunity to move to the new St. Johns Village.
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Get answers to your questions about Portland's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
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Fiscal Year 2019-2020 report showcases changes, improvements and accomplishments in supporting the community and local economy, with an emphasis on social equity.
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As a public information officer, Heather Hafer responds to community complaints about the location of porta potties placed throughout Portland to help minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19, especially for those experiencing homelessness.
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The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report offers insight into the City's financial stability, community investments during COVID-19 pandemic.
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Get answers to your questions about Portland's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
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Get answers to your questions about Portland's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
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Fall 2020 update from Project Manager Julia Meier: Applications for the Charter Commission have closed, but it’s only the beginning of this process.
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Get answers to your questions about Portland's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
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City investigation: Portland Coatings received over $1 million in construction contracts while posing as a woman-owned business. Owners have been fined $20,000 and suspended from performing business with the City for 3 years.
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Julia Meier, former executive director of City Club and Coalition of Communities of Color, selected as project manager for Portland Charter Commission
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First batch of toilets coming to Northwest Portland, Old Town, downtown, Goose Hollow, inner Southeast and Northeast Portland