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Portland City Council Agenda January 4, 2017: Agenda Item #11
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Homeowners and renters have options for taking care of extra holiday garbage and bulky items.
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Loop PDX contest winner Untitled Studios engaged hundreds of people participating in the all-day event
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Community development plan focuses on creating affordable housing and supporting local businesses and residents
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New action plan focuses on ways to support community development for both housing and economic development in the Powell-Division corridor
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Deconstruction instead of demolition: Disassembling Portland’s oldest and most historic houses and duplexes will protect public health and save valuable materials for reuse.
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Asking for a trial run of a new sustainability initiative can help you get permission to roll it out company-wide.
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Home-based businesses can take advantage of residential energy and water saving programs.
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Reduce clutter by reusing and recycling.
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Powell-Division Transit and Development Project gathers community feedback in the Jade District and Midway; interactive mapping tool allows for virtual commenting
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Share your thoughts at March 10 open house at Cleveland High School; learn more about bus rapid transit and new Mixed Use Zones
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Starting January 1, 2015, you can recycle your computer “peripherals” – keyboards and mice – as well as desktop printers
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You have options! Garbage collection service is offered in a variety of sizes or pickup frequencies to fit your household.
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