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The structure is nearing the end of its useful life, and PP&R must prioritize public safety while determining the next steps for Columbia Indoor Pool.
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A detour of southbound traffic on SW Capitol Highway between SW Garden Home Road and SW Taylors Ferry Road began Wednesday morning, August 18, 2021, and will be in effect until as late as November 2022. People have questions and we would like to address them.
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Mayor Ted Wheeler's public statement about the violent demonstrations that occurred in Portland on Sunday, August 22, 2021.
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Traffic will be detoured via NW Skyline Boulevard and West Burnside Street through Spring 2022
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Learn more about interim changes to the Administrative Rule for Private Rights-of-Ways (Streets, Alleys, Shared Courts, Common Greens and Pedestrian Connections).
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We are a great country, and a safer country, when we lead with integrity and love. Such leadership demands that we ensure the safety of (at least) those who ensured the safety of our citizens, and of those who will be persecuted because of who they are.
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Mayor Ted Wheeler hosted a virtual event “Choose Love: A Community Gathering to Denounce Hate and Violence in Portland” Friday August 20, 2021 at 11:15 a.m. He was joined by fellow elected officials, leaders of community-based organizations, Portland’s business community, and labor.
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Johnell Bell, Gabe Sheoships and Erica Thompson replace veteran commissioners whose terms expired in June.
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Although construction of the new, earthquake-ready Burnside Bridge will not start for a few years, Multnomah County, with assistance from the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT), is hard at work finding ways to make the most of the limited budget, and are looking for input from the public.
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If approved, the nominations will celebrate and protect important landmarks of Portland’s Black history.
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Moda is creating more culturally specific content in order to help members find resources
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Work continues on Fixing Our Streets-funded SW Capitol Highway project connecting Multnomah Village and West Portland, prompting detour

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