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Leila Haile and Joaquin Lopez will begin serving on July 1st after Subashini Ganesan completes three and a half years in the role.
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The Recommended Draft emerges from three phases of robust public involvement that began over two years ago, including extensive community engagement and outreach, and is the first effort to create an integrated, holistic plan and design to guide decisions about the twelve South Park Blocks.
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These new protocols reprioritize public health and safety among houseless Portlanders and aim to improve sanitary conditions until we have additional shelter beds and housing available.
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Portlanders have resoundingly told Council that they need us to work together to meet Portland’s challenges. And where we fall short or lack paths forward to meet an urgent need, it is our job to create them.
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Only through broad, multi-jurisdictional partnerships can we face the threat of climate change
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Today’s decision will not be an indication that America is changing unless we make it so.
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Portland Parks Commissioner Carmen Rubio and Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) are pleased to announce that work is beginning to fully develop East Portland's Mill Park.
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The City of Portland is seeking candidates to serve as our next Creative Laureate.
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After two years of work, the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability will bring its Shelter of Housing Continuum to the Council on March 17th. This schedule is intended to create space for the Council to fully understand both the proposal and the public’s feedback.
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I urge my colleagues to recommit ourselves to doing the hard work in our communities to get to the root causes of violence and focus on community-centered solutions. That deep recommitment to community is the tribute I hope we can make to these victims in the coming months.
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I urge my colleagues to recommit ourselves to doing the hard work in our communities to get to the root causes of violence and focus on community-centered solutions. That deep recommitment to community is the tribute I hope we can make to these victims in the coming months.
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Portland's two newest city commissioners, Mingus Mapps and Carmen Rubio, were sworn into office on Jan. 1 with big plans to move the city ahead in 2021.
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After two decades in government and nonprofit work focused on those historically overlooked by city leaders, Rubio will begin a four-year term on the Portland City Council, becoming the first Latinx commissioner in its history.