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The last day to request a site visit to confirm the location of streams, vegetation and steep slopes is August 31.
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In 2018, Commissioner Eudaly opposed Mayor Wheeler's proposed protest ordinance. She questioned the PPB about their crowd control tactics, perceived bias against protesters, and highlighted problems with the bureau. Nearly two years later, these questions remain relevant.
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The PCEF funds will help 42 community organizations build capacity and prepare for future grant opportunities to fund green jobs and workforce training programs.
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City Council will accept the Dark Skies report and recommendations, followed by a vote to proclaim Sept. 19, 2020 as Lights Out Portland.
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Environmental Services is updating the City's Source Control Manual (SCM) and Administrative Rule ENB-4.15. The SCM provides structural, treatment, and operational requirements to prevent pollution of soil, groundwater, and surface waters. Comments must be received by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, 2020.
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Figuring out a system for clean, safe water is essential for public health. The Bull Run Treatment Projects carry on our history of using proven and safe treatment to protect the health of our community.
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Review the plan, take our survey and join us for a virtual open house to learn more about the bureau's plan to make Portland's transportation system more accessible
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The new deadline to apply to the 2020 Charter Commission is Sept. 14, 2020 at 5 p.m.
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PGE is more than halfway done with its pole relocations while the city is finishing up engineering plans and changing its contracting approach.
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Come work at the Portland City Attorney's Office
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The Willamette River Crossing Project will strengthen Portland’s water system and keep water flowing to the west side – even after an earthquake.
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Road will be closed Holgate to Harold for three weeks in September. Sidewalk work is continuing south of Holgate toward Foster Paving work is done Powell to Division
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Enjoy free, family-friendly virtual Sunday Parkways programming, presented by Kaiser Permanente, through the end of September
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We’re evaluating potential pipe routes in east Multnomah County to connect the future filtration facility to our existing water system. We’re gathering community feedback to help identify preferred pipeline routes and will share that input with our pipe designer this fall.

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