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As we prepare for a new light rail line along Barbur Boulevard, immigrants and vulnerable communities must not be displaced.
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The housing crisis requires partnerships and collaborative approaches.
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Watch Commissioners, staff and partners discuss the SWEHS before they vote unanimously to adopt it by resolution.
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Advisory group and Tigard City Council give thumbs up for the strategy to preserve and create more affordable housing in the corridor.
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Nearly 200 residents gathered to show their support for and concern about housing affordability and stability at Markham Elementary School in SW Portland.
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A draft of the strategy will be shared at a community-led event on May 13; come learn about transit and housing issues.
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Research makes the case for preserving them when planning for new transit investments.
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Portland Mayor Wheeler, Tigard Councilor Tom Anderson and other community leaders speak about the need for a holistic and inclusive approach to meeting the housing needs in the area.
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Join us at a Community Learning and Listening Session to share your ideas on the equitable housing strategy
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Planners requesting proposals from community-based organizations to help create an Equitable Housing Strategy