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Construction begins Tuesday, March 30 and will last approximately three months.
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Commissioners signal that temporary shelters will not be permitted in natural areas and parks.
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The pilot program is being launched to safely dispose of human waste and wastewater from RVs on city streets and prevent environmental contamination
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For Humberto Piedra-Ruiz, his work as a civil engineer for the Bull Run Treatment Projects is more than a job. It’s an opportunity to ensure access to clean, reliable water for his daughter and our whole community for generations to come. 
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City Council will hold a public hearing on March 17th, before the City’s housing emergency expires.
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Nearly 200 community members answered an online questionnaire about the Discussion Draft; results helping staff refine the draft plan before releasing a Proposed Draft for Planning and Sustainability Commission consideration.
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The New Portlander Policy Commission mourns the senseless March 16, 2021 killings motivated by hate, and we wish to express our deep condolences to the families of the victims of this violence.
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Read the response from Commissioner Dan Ryan and the director of the Bureau of Development Services in response to the March 2021 audit on the city’s permitting processes.
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Civic Life conveys our sympathy for the lives lost on March 16 as a gunman shot eight people in the metropolitan area of Atlanta and we express our solidarity with everyone speaking out against the violence and racism inflicted against Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
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Through it all, the work and commitment continue.

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